Posts Tagged ‘Jaw Pain’

Dental Emergencies and What To Do

Tuesday, April 7th, 2015

Dental emergencies can be very uncomfortable and painful but even worse some can be life threatening. Dealing with the head and neck it is important to seek care immediately when a problem arises. The biggest risk of a dental problem is swelling. Whether from a broken tooth or periodontal disease swelling of the face can […]

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Wisdom Teeth – Pericornitis

Wednesday, October 1st, 2014

Picture this… You’re twenty six years old. You think your “teething” days are behind you. I mean you’re twenty six. Loe and behold your wisdom teeth are the root of the problem that has been pestering you for weeks. You notice that the bottom right area is a partial tooth starting to peek through your […]

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Love your smile!

Thursday, June 5th, 2014

This week we’ve had a few different patients that we have begun comprehensive dental care on that made comments that made us realize how much an unhealthy mouth can really affect someone. Being embarrassed to eat in public or smile is a more common problem than people may realize. So what would cause someone to […]

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Dental Nightguard for Grinding

Friday, March 21st, 2014

Night Guards What is a night guard? An occlusal guard is a mouthpiece that protects the teeth and jaw from the effects of teeth grinding (bruxism). These dental appliances most often worn at night, which is why they are more commonly referred to as night guards. However, many people also unconsciously clench their teeth during the daytime and […]

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