Dealing With A Knocked-Out Tooth: The Do's And Don'ts

Posted on: 17 January 2019
Picture this: one minute you are having a great time enjoying a soccer game, and the next you are in excruciating pain as you look at your knocked-out tooth in disbelief. You don't need to panic, however. Try to keep calm and do the one thing that you should do: calling an emergency dentist. You can push back your routine dental checkup, but in some cases, such as tooth loss caused by the trauma from accidents during contact sports, dental care cannot wait.
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When Whitening Gets on Your Tooth's Nerves: How Should You Approach Whitening Chipped Teeth?

Posted on: 10 December 2018
If you are planning to whiten your teeth in the near future, ensure that you examine your teeth beforehand. This is especially important if you plan to use an over-the-counter whitening kit. Before in-house teeth whitening takes place, your dentist will examine your teeth for decay or damage. Badly chipped or broken teeth should not be whitened until they have been repaired. Moreover, your dentist can protect chipped teeth during the whitening procedure.
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What to expect during a tooth extraction

Posted on: 18 November 2018
Most patients fear a trip to the dentist, but they know it is mandatory. Tooth extraction involves the removal of a tooth from its socket. A dentist or an oral surgeon does the procedure. Reasons for tooth extraction  There are many reasons that necessitate the removal of a tooth: Crowded mouth Overcrowding of teeth can also necessitate a tooth extraction in order to create space for teeth alignment. Infection Tooth decay can be dangerous especially if it extends to the blood vessels inside the teeth.
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How to Find a Dentist Who Understands Your Lingo

Posted on: 21 September 2018
Do you find yourself far away from home in a country where your native language is not of much use? You may have been deployed to Australia from your native China for work reasons, and even though you could not speak much English, you felt that you needed to go. After all, this would help you to gather more experience and work yourself up the chain in your organisation. The language barrier may not be too much of an issue in your workplace, as you may be surrounded by fellow immigrants and your job may be fairly technical anyway, but it can sometimes be a challenge when you're trying to fit in socially.
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