A dental emergency can be an emotional - and physically uncomfortable - experience. In this post, our Peterborough dentists list the facts of what’s considered a dental emergency - and what to do if one happens to you.
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At Peterborough Dental Clinic, our goal is to educate patients on their own oral health so they can make informed decisions. Read advice, news, and information from our Peterborough dentists in our dental blog.
When you play sports then you need to be ready in case an injury or dental emergency happens. Our Peterborough dentists share what a dental emergency may look like when playing sports.
Knocked-out teeth are considered a serious dental emergency and you should seek care as soon as it is possible. By visiting our Peterborough dentist’s office quickly, we may be able to help put the teeth back in place and help you during this dental emergency.
Dental emergencies will happen when you least expect it and it can be difficult to know what to do in these moments. When a dental emergency such as a knocked-out tooth or toothache happens at home you should contact our Peterborough dentists to be examined.
You may dread the thought of heading to your dentist’s office for a tooth extraction, but there may be a few myths that make the procedure seems scarier than it is. Today, our Peterborough dentists clear up some of these misconceptions about tooth extraction surgery.
Dental care is key to our overall physical health, but some of us don’t have dental insurance that pays for routine cleanings, exams, procedures and emergencies. If this is the case for you, our Peterborough dentists offer advice on what you can do.
With age comes wisdom - but also risk when it comes to our oral health. Our lifestyle, medical and dental history and other factors can leave us more at risk for dental emergencies as we age. Our Peterborough dentists explain who’s most at risk for a dental emergency, and what you can do to mitigate it.