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Are You Experiencing A Dental Emergency? Know That We're Here To Help! When you are experiencing a dental emergency, the most important thing to remember is to remain calm. Panicking won't help solve the problem, and in fact, can often make things worse. When patients contact us about dental emergencies, they typically fall into two categories: sudden traumatic problem, or ongoing progressive pain. In either scenario, we have the expert [...]

Dental Emergency in Antelope, CA2021-12-28T08:00:04-08:00

Feeling Tooth Pain?

Find Relief ASAP! Toothaches and tooth pain treated here. Tooth pain is nothing to take lightly or ignore. Your course of action may be clear when you have a severe toothache. You know that you have to seek treatment ASAP! However, when experiencing only minor pain, it may be more tempting to put off treatment, perhaps hoping the discomfort goes away on its own. That's never a good idea. Why [...]

Feeling Tooth Pain?2021-10-05T08:00:03-07:00

How to Handle Dental Emergencies

During Any Emergency: Stay Calm You've taken every precaution. You never chew ice or hard candy. You don't use your teeth to open packaging or crack nuts. You always wear a mouthguard for risky recreation. And then it happens—a dental emergency. Common Dental Emergencies: Toothache - While a toothache may be a "common" problem, it's by no means something you can ignore. Fever, swelling, and pain indicate a tooth infection [...]

How to Handle Dental Emergencies2020-04-07T08:00:45-07:00

Uh-oh! A Dental Emergency

A child learning to ride a bike loses their balance and falls, or perhaps even an adult on a "misadventure" gets in an accident and knocks out a tooth. What do you do? If the tooth is replaced in the tooth socket immediately, the chances are good that this tooth can be maintained for many years. Do Something and Do It Now! The success of this replantation procedure is directly [...]

Uh-oh! A Dental Emergency2018-06-12T00:00:26-07:00

Learning More About Cracked Teeth

Every tooth fracture's an emergency. Unfortunately, some are too tiny to be spotted by even a trained eye. We call it Cracked Tooth Syndrome. A patient shows up with a "mouthful of pain." Something's wrong somewhere, but which tooth? It could even be a hairline crack in an apparently healthy, cavity-free molar. Most cracks tend to be superficial, involving only part of the crown and a bit of the root [...]

Learning More About Cracked Teeth2016-04-12T00:00:17-07:00

EMERGENCY! Save that Tooth!

Dental emergencies happen. If a permanent tooth is knocked out, don’t delay. Call us immediately for an emergency visit. Re-implanting a tooth works best when done within 30 minutes. After two hours, the procedure is unlikely to be successful. Call us after any blow to the mouth. A chipped tooth can be repaired, and any blow hard enough to chip a tooth is hard enough to move teeth out of [...]

EMERGENCY! Save that Tooth!2015-02-24T00:00:36-08:00

Need a New Year’s Resolution?

Give Those Teeth More T.L.C.! Here are some New Year’s resolutions you’ll find easy to make. Just keep all five in mind and, chances are, you’ll enjoy a year free of avoidable tooth emergencies! Let those teeth do the job they were meant for—chewing food. Too many people use their teeth to cut thread or fishing line, crack nuts, pull staples, and tear open packages. It’s not nice… to make [...]

Need a New Year’s Resolution?2014-01-07T00:00:54-08:00

In Case Of A Dental Emergency!

Toothache Rinse mouth vigorously with cool water. Floss to remove food that might be trapped between teeth. DON’T use heat or place aspirin ON the aching tooth or gum. Call us as soon as possible. Broken Fillings Gently rinse your mouth with lukewarm water to remove debris. If tooth is sensitive, protect it with orthodontic wax or a wad of sugarless gum (be careful while chewing). Call us as soon [...]

In Case Of A Dental Emergency!2013-11-26T00:00:53-08:00
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