This is the first in a series of articles we will publish over the next few weeks regarding Dental Emergency Rooms, Urgent Dental Care, Dental Emergencies, Emergency Dental Prevention and Dental Sports Injuries & Trauma. Do you Know How to Tell and What to Do if you have a Dental Emergency?
Dental Myths Debunked by Dr. Shamblott Dental Myth: Only the sugar in sweets and desserts are bad for teeth. Dental Fact: Many foods have natural sugars in them. Both natural and processed sugars can cause tooth decay if they stay on teeth. It is important to limit the amount of sweets you consume and to brush and floss twice a day. back to top Dental Myth: There is no need to brush baby teeth. Dental Fact: Even though all of […]
Afraid of the Dentist? Join our Sedation Dentistry Seminar on April 15 and Fear No More Do you have dental concerns that you avoid because you can’t get yourself to make a dental appointment? Does the thought of having a dentist work on your teeth make you feel paralyzed? Dental Fear is Common… You are Not Alone. Dental phobia or dental fear prevents people from receiving necessary routine dental care, potentially compromising the health and functionality of their mouth and […]
What are your teeth saying? When a tooth hurts, it’s trying to tell you something. Pain is your body’s signal that something is wrong.Â A toothache is your body telling you to make an appointment with your dentist.Â Your dentist needs to take x-rays and examine your teeth to figure out what’s causing your pain, and recommend treatment to get rid of the pain. If you have to wait for an appointment, temporary pain relief treatments may help until your […]