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Tips to Save a Tooth That is Knocked Out


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 

Why Are Dental Veneers A Good Investment?

Everyone loves to smile at the mirror and see perfect symmetry in their teeth. If you also crave a beautiful, white smile, then porcelain veneers might just be the solution you have been looking for. They consist of wafer-thin shells of strong ceramic material, and they are permanently attached to the front surfaces of your teeth by a cosmetic dentist. One of the reasons why everybody hasn't tried them is the cost factor. Read More 

How To Clean And Maintain Dental Implants

Did you know that dental implants have a success rate of around 95%? This is a very high percentage, and that is one of the reasons dentists recommend implants to people who are missing some of their teeth. If you are considering implants, yours could last a lifetime if you provide the proper care to them. Here are the best things you can do to care for you implants once you get them. Read More 

Precautions To Avoid Problems With Your Dental Bridge

If you have lost one or more teeth, your dentist may be suggesting a fixed porcelain bridge. These bridges are made of dental ceramic material that can be matched to the color of your other teeth to make the appliance look completely natural. The bridge consists of the false tooth or teeth that will fill the gap in your mouth, along with two attached dental crowns that rest on each end of the appliance. Read More 

What Can You Do When You Lose Or Crack An Adult Tooth?

Losing an adult tooth is an issue that you may fear is a permanent problem. But there are some different ways to deal with a missing tooth as an adult, to where you may not even notice a tooth is missing in the end. Step 1: Protect the Tooth Is the tooth still hanging on by a nerve? Your tooth may not actually be lost at all if it is still, in some way, connected. 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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