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7 Ways You Can Avoid Toothaches

Are you living with a nagging pain in your mouth? Do you feel discomfort when you eat cold foods or wake up in the morning with painful teeth and an aching jaw? There are plenty of reasons people suffer from toothaches, and it is unnecessary to put up with it. According to a study,  one in four people avoid going to the dentist and make excuses not to go. Some say they simply don't have the time to visit a dentist, others simply admit they are afraid of their dentists. While visiting a trusted and gentle dentist is the best way to prevent toothaches and keep your mouth healthy, [...]

2017-01-12T10:00:03+00:00January 12th, 2017|Blog|

Accessing 24-Hour Dental Care

When you chip or crack a tooth, are experiencing a toothache, or have an infection, the only thing you care about is getting fast treatment for tooth pain. As with most types of emergencies, severe dental pain or sudden trauma to the mouth rarely happens at a convenient time. It may wake you up at night or happen when all dental offices in the area have closed for the night or the weekend. You may either tough it out or feel like you have no choice but to go to the emergency room. However, visiting an emergency dentist is the [...]

2016-06-13T19:15:31+00:00June 13th, 2016|Blog|

3 Signs You Need to Go to an Emergency Dentist

There are simple reasons you go to a dentist, and there are emergency reasons too. How should you know and what should you do? A yearly and/or quarterly check up isn’t actually enough, you should know more to be more guarded. If you check in one or more of our red alerts below, go to a dentist pronto. Red Alert # 1: Tooth Pain, bleeding or aching gums Tooth pain or tooth aches are very common among the countless mouth/dental problems. If you are suffering from tooth pain, you certainly must go to a dentist. This might be because of [...]

2014-09-13T16:08:21+00:00September 13th, 2014|Blog, dental tips|
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