[caption id="attachment_850" align="aligncenter" width="500"] When is it time to drop everything and get help?[/caption] Tooth pain can be a real...well...pain. But sometimes it’s hard to know whether your discomfort is...
Your smile is an incredibly important part of your appearance, confidence, and personality. Think about all that you use your teeth for every day! But while our enamel might seem strong, it’s not impervious to harm. And after years of your teeth working the way they should, it’s typical to take them for granted. Most of us are guilty of using our teeth as tools at one point or another – and many of us end up paying the price. But giving your teeth a little extra respect will help you keep that stressful dental emergency from arriving.
Ready to take your tooth protection to the next level? It’s as simple as scanning our infographic below. Arm yourself with the knowledge you need to keep your enamel safe from chips or breaks. By avoiding emergencies, you save yourself money, time, and the stress of trying to find dental care in off-hours or over the weekend when you’d rather be doing anything other than going to the dentist. Plus, you lengthen the life of dental work like crowns, veneers, and fillings. There’s nothing to lose!
Prevent Dental Emergencies for a Long-Term Smile
What to Do If Emergency Strikes
Always try to keep your calm. Although it’s a terrible feeling to see a broken tooth in the mirror and snag your tongue on sharp edges, there’s help ahead. Make sure you get in touch with Dr. Barton right away – the sooner you call, the sooner we can get you on the schedule. Procrastinating could worsen the problem or put your tooth at risk of developing decay. We also offer CEREC crowns so that we can create a new crown in just one appointment, and get you back to life as usual.
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