Nobody wants to deal with a broken tooth. It’s a scary situation. But it does not have to end in dental disaster. Read this guide to find out what to do next.
Dental emergencies are scary, but they don’t have to be permanent. Find out how to deal with cracks, fractures, and knocked out teeth with this handy guide.
With dental ER visits on the rise, you need to take these preventative measures to keep your mouth healthy and away from the emergency room.
There are numerous ways that your teeth can be damaged, whether it’s a random accident, a hard hit at roller derby, or neglectful dental care. Thankfully, your teeth and smile are not beyond repair.
Knowing what to do in a dental emergency can make all the difference. To save your teeth, you should follow these instructions when you need urgent dental care.
Updated August 17, 2016
You are going on vacation! What an exciting, chaotic, and sometimes stressful time. You have a bunch of things that need to happen before you can get to your destination. Do you have the passports? Are the pets scheduled to be boarded in their favorite luxury home away from home? Have you called to stop the mail and the newspaper from being delivered? These are all critical things to remember to do. It is also very important to schedule a visit with your dentist before you go to your destination spot for relaxation and fun in the sun.
Your to-do list is long when you’re planning a vacation. You’re trying to get ahead at work, making sure everyone has the right clothes, and before you know it you’re on your way. One thing that you must put on your list though is a trip to your dentist for a pre-vacation check-up. Here are a few reasons why you should get your dental needs taken care of before your vacation, and how to be prepared for them if they do happen while you’re away.