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Smoking When You Have Dental Emergencies

If you are a smoker, that last thing you want to hear when an emergency strikes is that it’s time to kick the habit.  In fact, studies show smokers use this vice to manage their pain with an increase in cigarette usage when pain increases.  Most are aware of the health risks associated with smoking…

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Emergencies Common With Dental Crowns

Although it may be a surprise to you when your dental crown ends up floating around your mouth, don’t panic! This dental emergency is easily managed with a little know how until you can see an emergency dentist! What Is A Dental Crown? Just like a cap goes on your head, a crown is a…

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Wondering If You Have A Dry Socket?

After an emergency extraction, you may think the worst is over.  You know some pain is expected after a tooth is removed. But the next day you are still in pain.   Is the pain you are experiencing normal, or do you have a dry socket?  If so, is it a reason to go back to…

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Dental Insurance Help

“How am I going to pay for this?”  This is a common reaction when a dental emergency strikes.  At Emergency Dental, we try to help by offering several payment options, even for those without insurance. If you do have dental insurance, you may think you won’t need to worry about cost.  The legal nature of insurance contracts…

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A Child’s Dental Emergencies

Busy children are not immune from dental emergencies. Running and jumping is bound to accompany some injury! Sometimes the treatment for pediatric injuries can differ from adult treatment. But at Emergency Dental, we are available to help with your children’s dental emergencies as well! Knocked-out teeth (avulsed) Children are no strangers to losing teeth and…

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Soft Tissue and Dental Emergencies

Dental emergencies don’t take a vacation, and teeth aren’t the only thing in the mouth to worry about.  You can get cuts and scrapes in your mouth just like other parts of your body.  Soft tissue dental emergencies of the cheeks, lips, tongue and gums can bleed a lot and cause a lot of anxiety!…

Avoid Dental Emergencies: The Right Toothpaste

Avoid Emergency Dental Visits The Ultimate Toothpaste Guide No one likes dental emergencies. One of the best ways to prevent this is taking care of your teeth. You have probably found yourself in this predicament before. As you turn down the toothpaste aisle, you are faced with more toothpaste multiplicities than you thought possible. You have…

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6 Steps to Take With After Hours Dental Emergencies

Like with any medical injury, dental emergencies need to be taken care of properly and fast in order to prevent further damage or the need for a more invasive treatment. But, sometimes, taking care of a serious injury can be difficult; especially if it happens after hours. But, what can you do while you wait…

Is Your Dental Emergency One for the Hospital or ER Dentist? Find Out

Dental emergencies, like every other terrible surprising life happening, always occurs at the worst time. There’s no good time for tragedy, so when it does surface, the least you can be is informed and prepared. Whether you knocked out a whole row of teeth or have questionable tooth pain, know where you need to go to get the…