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Are You Experiencing Severe Tooth Pain? Try These Four Remedies

By Emergency Dental Service - Thursday, January 21, 2021
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Most people have experienced tooth pain at some point in their lives. Perhaps the pain came in the form of a cavity that had gone ignored a little too long or via a chipped tooth that occurred due to a facial injury. Whatever the reason, the best way to address severe tooth pain is to identify the root cause and take steps to rectify the problem causing the pain. read more

What Are the Symptoms of Periodontal Disease?

By Emergency Dental Service - Thursday, January 14, 2021
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Periodontal disease is a gum infection that can cause serious damage to the soft tissues in your mouth. Also known as gum disease, periodontal disease can cause your teeth to loosen and shift. If left untreated, periodontal disease can spread to the bone that supports your teeth and can even cause tooth loss. read more

How To Stop Tooth Pain

By Emergency Dental Service - Wednesday, January 06, 2021
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Tooth pain can be caused by a number of issues, from a cavity or abscess to gum disease, temporomandibular joint disorder, and more. Some of these issues are visually obvious or become apparent after a brief examination of the mouth. Other tooth pain – particularly pain related to TMJ or a hidden cavity – may be less apparent.  read more

Why can patients afford a $40,000 car, but not a life-changing new smile?

By Emergency Dental Service - Friday, January 01, 2021
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It's frustrating for dentists to watch patients who "can't afford" dental treatment to spend a lot on a new car or other luxury. Why does this happen? Ron Rice offers some theories that begin with dentists being perceived as too expensive. read more

What Problems Can Missing Teeth Cause and How Can You Solve Them?

By Emergency Dental Service - Tuesday, December 22, 2020
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If you have one or more missing teeth, the resulting gap left in your mouth has the potential to affect your oral health. Depending on the location of the gap, the impacts can be severe. Let’s take a look at some of the problems missing teeth can cause:  read more

Signs You Grind Your Teeth at Night

By Emergency Dental Service - Thursday, December 17, 2020
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Grinding your teeth at night – officially known as sleep bruxism – is a condition in which you tightly clench, rub, or grind your teeth while asleep. Overnight teeth grinding is often associated with other sleep disorders like sleep apnea or snoring and can cause a host of issues if not addressed. In particular, persistent or severe teeth clenching or grinding can damage your teeth, cause headaches, or even lead to jaw issues.  read more

Follow These Seven Diet Tips to Promote Healthy Teeth at Home

By Emergency Dental Service - Thursday, December 10, 2020
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Visiting your dentist on a regular basis is an important part of maintaining good oral health. Your dentist’s ability to monitor your smile for changes over time is an essential tool to ensure you are not overlooking critical dental issues. However, while professional dental cleanings are an essential way to remove the plaque and dental buildup that can lead to tooth decay, keeping your teeth healthy is a process that begins at home. read more

A Few Signs You Must Visit an Emergency Dentist

By Emergency Dental Service - Wednesday, December 02, 2020
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While dental issues often come with pain or discomfort, it can be difficult to determine which are normal aches and pains that can wait until your regularly scheduled dental appointment and which necessitate a visit to an emergency dentist. In particular, if you begin experiencing issues at night or outside of your dentist’s regular business hours, how can you tell whether you should seek emergency treatment?  read more

How Can I Regain Comfort and Ability After Tooth Loss?

By Emergency Dental Service - Friday, November 27, 2020
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If you have recently experienced tooth loss due to injury or prolonged dental issues, it is imperative that you take the necessary steps towards recovery so you can return to your regular activities. The process of regaining comfort and ability after tooth loss occurs in two stages – immediate aftercare regarding the site of your tooth loss and eventual replacement of your lost tooth.  read more

How Can I Find an Emergency Dentist?

By Emergency Dental Service - Friday, November 20, 2020
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A dental emergency is a problem with your teeth, mouth, or soft tissue that a dentist must address immediately. In the event of a dental emergency, schedule an appointment with your dentist as soon as possible. However, if your dental emergency occurs when your dentist’s office is closed, you will likely need to seek treatment from an emergency dentist.  read more

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Are You Experiencing Severe Tooth Pain? Try These Four Remedies

By Emergency Dental Service - Thursday, January 21, 2021
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Most people have experienced tooth pain at some point in their lives. Perhaps the pain came in the form of a cavity that had gone ignored a little too long or via a chipped tooth that occurred due to a facial injury. Whatever the reason, the best way to address severe tooth pain is to identify the root cause and take steps to rectify the problem causing the pain. read more

What Are the Symptoms of Periodontal Disease?

By Emergency Dental Service - Thursday, January 14, 2021
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Periodontal disease is a gum infection that can cause serious damage to the soft tissues in your mouth. Also known as gum disease, periodontal disease can cause your teeth to loosen and shift. If left untreated, periodontal disease can spread to the bone that supports your teeth and can even cause tooth loss. read more

How To Stop Tooth Pain

By Emergency Dental Service - Wednesday, January 06, 2021
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Tooth pain can be caused by a number of issues, from a cavity or abscess to gum disease, temporomandibular joint disorder, and more. Some of these issues are visually obvious or become apparent after a brief examination of the mouth. Other tooth pain – particularly pain related to TMJ or a hidden cavity – may be less apparent.  read more

Why can patients afford a $40,000 car, but not a life-changing new smile?

By Emergency Dental Service - Friday, January 01, 2021
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It's frustrating for dentists to watch patients who "can't afford" dental treatment to spend a lot on a new car or other luxury. Why does this happen? Ron Rice offers some theories that begin with dentists being perceived as too expensive. read more

What Problems Can Missing Teeth Cause and How Can You Solve Them?

By Emergency Dental Service - Tuesday, December 22, 2020
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If you have one or more missing teeth, the resulting gap left in your mouth has the potential to affect your oral health. Depending on the location of the gap, the impacts can be severe. Let’s take a look at some of the problems missing teeth can cause:  read more

Signs You Grind Your Teeth at Night

By Emergency Dental Service - Thursday, December 17, 2020
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Grinding your teeth at night – officially known as sleep bruxism – is a condition in which you tightly clench, rub, or grind your teeth while asleep. Overnight teeth grinding is often associated with other sleep disorders like sleep apnea or snoring and can cause a host of issues if not addressed. In particular, persistent or severe teeth clenching or grinding can damage your teeth, cause headaches, or even lead to jaw issues.  read more

Follow These Seven Diet Tips to Promote Healthy Teeth at Home

By Emergency Dental Service - Thursday, December 10, 2020
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Visiting your dentist on a regular basis is an important part of maintaining good oral health. Your dentist’s ability to monitor your smile for changes over time is an essential tool to ensure you are not overlooking critical dental issues. However, while professional dental cleanings are an essential way to remove the plaque and dental buildup that can lead to tooth decay, keeping your teeth healthy is a process that begins at home. read more

A Few Signs You Must Visit an Emergency Dentist

By Emergency Dental Service - Wednesday, December 02, 2020
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While dental issues often come with pain or discomfort, it can be difficult to determine which are normal aches and pains that can wait until your regularly scheduled dental appointment and which necessitate a visit to an emergency dentist. In particular, if you begin experiencing issues at night or outside of your dentist’s regular business hours, how can you tell whether you should seek emergency treatment?  read more

How Can I Regain Comfort and Ability After Tooth Loss?

By Emergency Dental Service - Friday, November 27, 2020
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If you have recently experienced tooth loss due to injury or prolonged dental issues, it is imperative that you take the necessary steps towards recovery so you can return to your regular activities. The process of regaining comfort and ability after tooth loss occurs in two stages – immediate aftercare regarding the site of your tooth loss and eventual replacement of your lost tooth.  read more

How Can I Find an Emergency Dentist?

By Emergency Dental Service - Friday, November 20, 2020
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A dental emergency is a problem with your teeth, mouth, or soft tissue that a dentist must address immediately. In the event of a dental emergency, schedule an appointment with your dentist as soon as possible. However, if your dental emergency occurs when your dentist’s office is closed, you will likely need to seek treatment from an emergency dentist.  read more

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