What is a dental emergency? If you feel pain, call! You don’t want it to get worse than it already is. Also, getting a tooth knocked out is an emergency too! If this ever happens, the sooner you get to the dentist the better chance of your tooth being saved. Did you know over 5 … Continue reading Here’s The Definition Of A True Dental Emergency
Do you prefer to watch movies at home, drive-in theaters, or theaters? Regardless of your preference, drinks and snacks pair well with your movie. Lots of good movies are out or soon to be released, be sure to learn the effects it will have on your teeth. Popcorn Walking into a theater, you immediately smell … Continue reading Movie Snacks vs. Your Teeth
Did you know April is Oral Cancer Awareness month? About 53,000 people will be diagnosed with oral cancer and nearly 10,860 people die annually. It is twice as common in men as women. Oral cancer can affect any part of the oral cavity. Which is the lip, tongue, mouth, and throat. Through visual inspection, your dentist … Continue reading Oral Cancer Awareness Month
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