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Unexpected and adverse events occur frequently, ranging from a burst water pipe to a flat tire to a myocardial infarction, a heart attack. Our mouths and teeth are no exception to these events which lead to a dental emergency. While there are multiple reasons why a dental emergency occurs, there are a handful that are more common than others.
People lose teeth for a variety of reasons and as humans only have two sets of teeth, they often need to be replaced with artificial teeth. Once the primary teeth exfoliate, we only get one chance to keep our permanent teeth healthy. Whether it be due to decay, periodontal disease, trauma, or other various reasons, once teeth are lost they need to be replaced.
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Ask The Dentist – July 2023
Dr. Cho discusses Platelet Rich Fibrin (PRF), dental inlays, and onlays, sedation memory, and bread and butter dentistry. Read Article
What is Tooth Bonding?
Tooth bonding, also referred to as dental bonding, is when a white filling material called composite resin is bonded directly to the tooth. This dental procedure can repair a cracked, chipped, broken, or otherwise damaged tooth. Read Article
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Mouth ulcers are small sores that form in the mouth, typically on the gums, inner cheeks, lips, or the roof of the mouth (palate). While mouth ulcers are usually not a cause for concern, they can be uncomfortable for the afflicted. Read Article