Do your teeth hurt? Are you considering going to see your dentist? Our Edmonton dentists list some symptoms that point to a dental emergency.
You've got a chipped, cracked, or knocked-out tooth. Now what? In this post, our Edmonton dentists explain what you can do for your teeth at home, step by step. We also share which emergency circumstances mean you'll need to visit our office right away.
What are the most common dental emergencies, and which situations may call for an emergency dental visit? Our Edmonton dentists discuss emergency dental situations such as broken teeth and actions to take following the incident.
What causes an abscessed tooth and how can you deal with each stage? Can it be treated at home? When should you come in for emergency care? Our Edmonton dentists answer these questions and more.
Do you dread the thought of visiting your dentist's office for a tooth extraction? You might be interested to know there are some myths around the procedure that can increase the fear factor. Here, our Edmonton dentists clear up some of these misconceptions.
If you're an athlete or you grind your teeth during sleep, your dentist may have recommended a mouthguard, but do you really need one? How do they protect your teeth? Our Edmonton dentists explain what you need to know.
A tooth abscess can occur when a tooth is infected and will need urgent treatment from your dentist to prevent further complications. In this post, our Edmonton dentists explain what a tooth abscess is, common symptoms to watch for, and how it should be treated.
While dental care is critical to our overall physical health, some of us don't have dental insurance that pays for routine cleanings, exams, procedures and emergencies. If this sounds like you, our Edmonton dentists share advice on what you can do.
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