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How To Handle a Dental Emergency

Dental emergencies are stressful, often painful, and scary for people of all ages. No emergency happens at a convenient time, but knowing how to handle a dental emergency before one occurs can give you a better chance at saving your tooth and preventing further damage to your mouth.

Caring For Your Toothbrush

Your toothbrush was designed to help you clean your teeth. Can you remember the last time you replaced your toothbrush? Do you know how old your toothbrush is? If you answered, No, then it is time to get a new toothbrush!

Your Diet and Your Teeth

Many people correlate their dietary choices with their general health and their weight. While their diets definitely have an effect on these, there is another area that is commonly overlooked when it comes to dietary choices: the teeth. When you stop and think about it, it makes sense that your dietary choices affect your teeth because every food and beverage that you consume must enter through the mouth.

Is Mouthwash Necessary?

A stop on any drug store’s oral health care aisle will supply plenty of options for toothbrush colors, toothpaste flavors, and bottles of mouthwash. While your dentist has repeatedly reminded you about the importance of brushing at least twice a day and flossing daily, you may not have heard much information regarding mouthwash.

Tooth Restoration

Your permanent teeth are meant to last you a lifetime, yet there are many circumstances in life that interfere with the achievement of this goal. Infection, decay, damage, injury, and trauma can all cause the health and the appearance of a tooth to be compromised.

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