Dental Emergencies

patient suffering with trauma pain

Understanding What’s Meant By Tooth Trauma

Dental or tooth trauma is very common, and it typically occurs when you least expect it. For example, you’ve experienced a physical accident and the impact on your teeth has been sudden and severe. The formal understanding of tooth trauma is a physical injury to your teeth, gums, alveolar bone, nerve and tissue damage within

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Yes, Alcohol Damages Oral Health!

You’ve had a hard day at the office and you want to wind down for the night with a glass of red wine or a spirit. It is a tradition for many to drink small units of alcohol at night to feel relaxed. Consuming alcohol doesn’t exactly mean it demonstrates a bad lifestyle. Ultimately, this

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Diabetes And Your Oral Health

Diabetes is a condition that can impact the functioning of your human body. You need to keep your glucose at a certain level and ensure your food intake is controlled. If you are diabetic, you will have been told by your dentist that there is a direct correlation between diabetes and your oral health.  The

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Tooth Extraction

Do You Need Tooth Extraction Treatment?

If a tooth is severely decayed or damaged, the chances are that you’ll need tooth extraction treatment. Tooth extraction is typically a last resort solution for your oral health if the tooth is damaged beyond repair. Usually, the oral surgeon will look to preserve as much of the tooth as possible to avoid taking the

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