Posts Tagged ‘Chipped Tooth’

I Chipped My Tooth! What Happens Now?

Friday, December 14th, 2018
Learn about dental problems from a chipped tooth.

Learn about dental problems from a chipped tooth.

A chipped tooth is common for adults and children, but it can be a pain to deal with. Even if you’ve experienced only a tiny chip in your tooth, it’s important to visit your dentist right away. Learn more about the dental problems you can face from a chipped tooth and why it’s crucial to make an appointment with your dentist quickly. (more…)

What To Do When You Break A Tooth

Friday, December 8th, 2017
Broken tooth? Here’s how to deal with it.

Broken tooth? Here’s how to deal with it.

There are not many dental traumas worse than breaking a front tooth. It can be painful to eat and talk and can make you feel self-conscious about your smile. When you break a tooth, you should be prepared by knowing the best steps to take and the decisions you need to make. (more…)

How to Handle Common Dental Emergencies

Friday, January 15th, 2016
Pain is a sign that something is wrong in  your body and should be addressed immediately to prevent more serious conditions.

Pain is a sign that something is wrong in your body and should be addressed immediately to prevent more serious conditions.

A dental emergency is any dental problem that requires immediate treatment for the sake of your oral health. Treating dental emergencies can save teeth, prevent ongoing tissue bleeding or alleviate severe pain. If you are having dental issues and are tempted to wait and see if they disappear on their own – realize that severe infections and abscesses in the mouth are extremely dangerous and can lead to death. So, what qualifies as a dental emergency? If you are experiencing any of the dental problems below, remain calm and contact Affinity Dental immediately for help.

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Oh No! You’ve Chipped a Tooth!

Monday, March 23rd, 2015
If you've fractured a tooth then you should head to the dentist.

If you’ve fractured a tooth then you should head to the dentist.

If you’ve got problems with depth perception then drinking from glasses can be a very dangerous endeavor. You bring the glass up to your lip and it rams right into your tooth. Now, this has been happening for a while and now you’ve got a new problem. That glass of delicious apple juice just chipped your tooth. Now what? (more…)