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What to Do During a Dental Emergency

What to Do During a Dental Emergency

by Shearly (SU)
Toothaches, abscesses, cracked or chipped teeth, losing a filling – these are all dental emergencies that need to be treated right away. A dental emergency can be painful and scary, and infections in your mouth can be life-threatening if left untreated. Whatever type of dental emergency you have, delaying treatment can make the problem worse and/or cause irreparable damage to your teeth. To help you keep your head and minimize pain, here is what you should do during a dental emergency.

When You Must See a Dentist: Emergency Dental Care

When You Must See a Dentist: Emergency Dental Care

by Natalie (SU)
I’m sure you’ve never put off seeing your dentist, right? The fact is, nearly one-third of all Americans do not visit the dentist in any given year. Common reasons listed for not making that all-important health visit include time, money, and anxiety. While routine dental care is an important aspect of overall health, and the risks of dental neglect are great, that is perhaps a topic left for another day. Whether you see your dentist every six months without fail, or have skipped a few visits, there are times when it is imperative that you are seen right away. So, what constitutes a dental emergency, and how quickly do you need to get in to see your dentist?