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5 Tips for Preventing Dental Emergencies During Summer Vacation

March 3, 2022

Filed under: Uncategorized — Alla Musbah @ 8:33 pm
Woman smiling during summer vacation.

Are you gearing up for an exciting vacation this summer? It’s great to get away and enjoy yourself—but unfortunately, things like dental emergencies can still occur while you’re on vacation! Luckily, there are many preventive measures you can take to reduce your chances of experiencing a serious problem that will derail your summer fun. Keep reading to learn more about five tips from your dentist to help you prevent dental emergencies during summer vacation.


Postponing that Root Canal? Here are 3 Reasons You Really Shouldn’t

January 3, 2022

Filed under: Uncategorized — Alla Musbah @ 7:54 pm
woman getting a root canal

You visited your dentist a few weeks ago and expected a quick checkup. However, your face fell when your dentist explained that you needed a root canal. Pretending to chuckle as you grabbed your things, you told the dentist that you’d come back later for the treatment. And then, you dashed out of the office without looking back. The idea of a root canal can be terrifying to many people. Many joke about how expensive and painful it might be, but these assumptions are not always factual. The most important facts that you should be concerned with relate to the effects of not receiving dental treatment in time. Here are 3 facts outlining why you shouldn’t postpone a root canal. 


Want to Boost Your Life Expectancy? Get Dental Implants 

December 3, 2021

Filed under: Uncategorized — Alla Musbah @ 11:02 pm
woman with dental implants

If you’ve recently—or even not-so-recently—lost a tooth, you are not alone. Over 120 million people in the United States are missing one or more teeth. As time wears on, missing a tooth can expose you to other related health risks that may reduce your overall life expectancy. How can you address these issues, restore your oral health, and smile with confidence again? Here are a few ways dental implants can positively impact your overall health and help you to live a longer, healthier life! 

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