The Best Way to Handle a Broken Tooth

Posted on: 25 August 2017

Time really is of the essence when you break a tooth. It can be a traumatic experience, but if you act quickly and handle the tooth in the best possible way (and see a dentist immediately), it can be possible to reattach the tooth. Cleaning the Tooth If the tooth has broken off and actually fallen onto the ground, it can be prudent to rinse off any dirt and debris. This should be a very brief rinse, and it is a good idea to put the plug into the drain before you hold the tooth under the water.
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Tooth Grinding: 4 Ways it Can Impact Your Child's Health and Wellbeing

Posted on: 4 August 2017

Tooth grinding is quite a common condition which can affect children from time to time. Tooth grinding commonly occurs when your child is asleep, but sometimes you may notice that your kid is starting to grind their teeth during the day. While tooth grinding may not seem like a big deal, it can have a negative impact on your child's health. Below is a guide to 4 ways in which tooth grinding can impact your child:
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Correcting Some Common Misconceptions About Dentures

Posted on: 24 July 2017

Dentures are a very good choice for anyone who has lost many of their teeth, either through age, poor dental health, or severe damage to the teeth and gums. Dentures can also give a person a healthy and attractive smile if their teeth are rotted and decayed, as these teeth can be extracted and replaced with dentures. Despite their benefits, some persons might avoid getting dentures because they're confused about how they look and how they're managed every day.
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4 Reasons Your Dentist May Want to Remove Your Wisdom Teeth

Posted on: 19 July 2017

Wisdom teeth are an extra set of molars that appear after the rest of your adult teeth. Most people's wisdom teeth erupt when they are between 17 and 21, although some people have no wisdom teeth at all. Whether your wisdom teeth have already erupted or are still trapped inside your gums, your dentist may have recommended that you have them extracted. Here are four complications caused by wisdom teeth that might have driven your dentist to make this recommendation.
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