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Tips to Save a Tooth That is Knocked Out


3 Warning Signs Of Periodontal Disease

Periodontal disease, also commonly referred to as gum disease, is a common dental health issue that affects many people at various stages of their lives that is caused the buildup of bacteria in your gums due to improper dental hygiene over an extended period of time. Periodontal disease can make it extremely painful or uncomfortable for you to chew, and can cause all sorts of other dental health issues if left untreated. Read More 

Braces For Adults: What Will People Think?

You have suffered crooked teeth for many years as an adult, and you know that you need to have them realigned. However, you have been holding back and postponing the issue. The thought of wearing braces is not a very pleasant one. You will be surprised to know that more and more adults are taking up braces, so you're not alone. What options do you have? Metal Braces Dental technology has changed over the years. Read More 

Three Reasons Invisible Aligner Trays Are Ideal Braces For Teens

Getting braces for your teen is a good investment in his or her dental health. Fixing dental problems early can save your child from complications and further problems as an adult. While your teen might not be thrilled at the idea of wearing braces, the idea is more tolerable if the braces are nearly invisible and comfortable to wear. Clear aligner tray braces, such as Invisalign, could the ideal way to improve your teen's dental health. Read More 

What To Look For When Checking Over Your Child’s Teeth

Once you turn your child's oral care over to them, you want to make sure you keep a close eye on their teeth to make sure they are keeping them in good shape. Here are some of the things you want to check on to make sure you don't accidentally miss something that can lead to your child suddenly developing cavities and other dental issues once they take over their own oral care: Read More 

The Pros And Cons Of Composite Resin Veneers

A veneer is a thin material that is shaped to look like the exterior of a teeth. It is adhered to the exterior of an imperfect tooth, helping to hide discoloration, chips, cracks or even small gaps. This allows you to keep the structural integrity of the tooth, while still altering its outward appearance. Dental veneers can be made from three different materials; porcelain, ceramic or composite resin. Learning the pros and cons of each material will help you determine which is the best option for your teeth. Read More 

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Tips to Save a Tooth That is Knocked Out

I love horses, and my family has kept them for years. One day, I was getting onto the saddle of my favorite horse, and I had a bad accident. My foot slipped as I was getting on her, and I fell. Thankfully, I didn't suffer any major injuries other than a tooth that was knocked out of my mouth. I had a great friend who helped me save it. She rinsed the tooth off in milk, and she had me hold it in my mouth after that until we arrived at the emergency dentist. He was able to stick it right back in! He placed a temporary splint in my mouth to keep the tooth in place until it healed. I am happy to say my tooth is perfect now! I created this blog let others know they can save a tooth that is knocked out if they act fast!

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3 Warning Signs Of Periodontal Disease
19 January 2018

Periodontal disease, also commonly referred to as

Braces For Adults: What Will People Think?
16 December 2017

You have suffered crooked teeth for many years as

Three Reasons Invisible Aligner Trays Are Ideal Braces For Teens
17 November 2017

Getting braces for your teen is a good investment

What To Look For When Checking Over Your Child's Teeth
20 October 2017

Once you turn your child's oral care over to them,

The Pros And Cons Of Composite Resin Veneers
24 September 2017

A veneer is a thin material that is shaped to look