30 12, 2017

Can Hospital ER’s Handle Dental Trauma?

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Emergency dental visits can occur for a number of reasons. Every day life can cause things that require dental treatment to happen after business hours and on the weekends. The typical hospital ER is not well equipped to handle the dental traumas that can arise. For example, many children sustain a broken tooth from playing [...]

29 12, 2017

Dental Work Caused By Trauma

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Cracked tooth There are three main types of dental trauma. The first type is a cracked tooth. Most of the time, this is going to happen because a sports player is going to get a blow to the fact that was very abrupt. Therefore, it is very important that when you are playing sports that [...]

28 12, 2017

Emergency Dental Visits

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Most dental injuries can be traumatic especially when involving children, and because dental injuries have many repercussions no matter the age, it is important to know which require emergency dental attention. This allows people to avoid the unnecessary expense and time involved in an emergency room visit because oral injuries vary wildly, and while some [...]

27 12, 2017

Subperiosteal Implants

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Subperiosteal implants If you have lost a tooth due to poor gum health or some type of trauma, know that you are not alone. Many American adults deal with at least one missing tooth at one point or another. What some don’t realize is that there is no need to live with the pain and [...]

26 12, 2017

Endosteal Implants

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Endosteal Implants An endosteal implant is used to restore a patient’s smile after they have lost at least one tooth. Since the placement of the implant is directly into the jawbone, it is important the correct treatment is selected. The American Academy of Periodontology has released statistics that the endosteal implant has become the most [...]

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