Is A Cracked Tooth Really That Serious?

We want to do everything we can to help our patients avoid a dental emergency. We know that sometimes emergencies are out of our control, but other times we do not help the state of our oral health by making bad choices, such as avoiding routine examinations. While there are many different dental emergencies that can occur, one in particular requires an immediate visit to our office — a cracked tooth. Read on to learn more about why a cracked tooth should never be ignored.

Important Reasons Not To Delay Dental Treatment

Have we recently recommended a dental treatment and you have been postponing your appointment? Adulthood is not always simple. It can be very easy to let the “to do” list take over and put your needs and desires on the back burner. Whether you have a family, you are burdened with the requirements of your job, or you just feel the stress of daily life, all too often your needs are put to the side to deal with another time. Unfortunately, more times than not, the delay turns into a much longer time period than expected. We see it time and again with our patients. If you are in need of a dental treatment, we encourage you to take the time and put yourself first. Delaying and postponing dental treatment can lead to serious complications with your oral and overall health. Read on to learn more.

Ways To Keep Your Kids Smiling This Summer

June has arrived, which only means one thing – Summer Vacation! Children rejoice over summer vacation due to the lack of school responsibilities, longer days, and endless amounts of fun. Days are spent lounging, playing with friends, swimming, and enjoying the outdoors. Thankfully, this summer, children are able to enjoy more of the traditional summer experience, as last year that really wasn’t an option. Families are seeing each other again, and vacations have been planned. With all of the fun that is happening, it is important that you keep your children’s oral health in mind because a dental emergency can really put a damper on your summer. With these tips, we want to make sure that your child has a happy summer and a healthy mouth.