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Why Some Teeth Need to be Extracted

Oral health problems sometimes cause teeth to fall out, but some teeth have to be removed. This can be the case after severe oral health problems, an injury, or for preventive reasons. 189 more words

Dealing with Sensitive Teeth

Your teeth may become sensitive to certain stimuli if the dentin, or inner portion of the teeth, becomes exposed. This can occur from receding gums or loss of part of the protective enamel covering your teeth. 160 more words

Dealing with Sensitive Teeth

Your teeth may become sensitive to certain stimuli if the dentin, or inner portion of the teeth, becomes exposed. This can occur from receding gums or loss of part of the protective enamel covering your teeth. 160 more words

Dental Emergency – What To Do

It is very important taking action immediately if you have a dental emergency to get comfort as quickly as possible. A knocked out, cracked or even loose tooth can be restored if handled carefully. 24 more words

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What You Should Do with a Broken Tooth

Your teeth are made to be very strong. However, your teeth can become weaker due to decay or other factors. You could break a tooth from a direct impact or from biting hard objects. 158 more words

10 Signs You’re Headed For a Dental Emergency

Toothaches are, unsurprisingly, the most common indication that something is wrong with your teeth. But there’s the dull no-ice-in-my-water ache and then there’s kill-me-now-and-put-me-out-of-my-misery shooting pain. 115 more words

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Are You Prepared For A Dental Emergency?

ACCIDENTS ALWAYS SEEM to happen when we least expect them. When those accidents involve tooth damage, it’s important to know what steps to take. Being prepared before a dental emergency occurs can save a damaged or knocked out tooth, prevent infection and decrease the need for extensive treatment. 454 more words