You’re enjoying your favorite piece of candy and all of a sudden, you feel a sharp pain and something solid in your mouth. You take a look and it’s a piece of your tooth. Uh oh, you chipped your tooth! Today, we’ll cover all the basics of a chipped tooth, and discuss what to do when you end up with a cracked, chipped or broken tooth. What Causes Chipped Tooth? It is a well known fact that teeth are extremely […]
Posts in the Broken Teeth category:
I Have A Broken Tooth, Why Do I Need An X-Ray?
A broken tooth can be a scary thing for some people but it doesn’t have to be if you trust the person who is fixing it. I have had some conversations recently, both personally and professionally, regarding the issue of trust. Trust is something that sometimes seems scarce in today’s modern world. While the internet is a valuable source of information it has also become a tremendous source of mis-information. The ultimate question is: how do you know what the […]
Traumatic Dental Injuries
Traumatic dental injuries never seem to happen at a convenient time, do they? Since the majority of after hours emergency calls involve some sort of traumatic event we thought we would compile a list of the most common dental injuries and how they are to be treated. In the primary/baby teeth peak incidences of trauma are seen around the age of 2-3 years (when motor coordination is developing and children start moving around on their own). By the age of […]