Certain factors can leave us more at risk for dental emergencies as we age, including our medical and dental history. Our Edmonton dentists share a fe facts about how's most at risk for a dental emergency, and what you can do to mitigate it.
While a dental emergency can be emotionally jarring, some can also be life-threatening. In this post, our Edmonton dentists discuss types of dental trauma that may be life-threatening, as well as potential outcomes and how to find out whether your situation may be dangerous.
If you play sports, you likely wear protective gear. But have you taken measures to protect your teeth from dental injury and prepare for potential dental emergencies? Our Edmonton dentists share how to do that in this article, discuss facts around common sports injuries in teeth, and more.
Do you have sensitive teeth? You're likely wondering why this is happening and looking for some relief. In this post, our Edmonton dentists explain teeth sensitivity, potential dental emergencies that may result and remedies your dental team may recommend.
You've bitten your lip or tongue pretty badly - now what? Today, our Edmonton dentists discuss when this common event becomes a dental emergency and what you can do to reduce swelling and alleviate pain. Plus, tips for healing and when to see a specialist.
Neglecting our oral health can have very serious consequences for our overall health. In this post, our Edmonton dentists explain what happens if you leave a toothache, abscess or infection untreated, and why we recommend seeing a dentist as soon as possible in these circumstances.
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