When Is It a Dental Emergency and When Can Your Situation Wait?

Posted on: 25 July 2016

When you have problems with your teeth, jaw, or inside of your mouth, some will be outright emergencies, while some might be considered urgent, meaning you should make an appointment as soon as possible even though the problem isn't necessarily an emergency. Of course it's always good to visit a dentist right away if you're not sure of what's an urgent problem versus what can wait, but note a few tips to keep in mind when it comes to your dental care.
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Planning a Pregnancy? Do These 3 Things First

Posted on: 12 July 2016

Having a baby with your partner can be such a joyful experience that many couples want to conceive as quickly as possible after making the decision to have kids. However, there are a few things you should do before you start trying to conceive to ensure that you and your unborn child remain healthy throughout the pregnancy. Work your way through this checklist before you start working on making a baby.
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Dental Implant Surgery: What You Can Expect

Posted on: 20 June 2016

If you have a tooth which has been badly damaged or lost, your dentist may recommend filling the gap using a dental implant. Inserting a dental implant will require dental surgery. The idea of undergoing dental surgery might make some people want to recoil, but due to advances in dental technology the process is faster and less painful that it used to be. A dental implant is a fantastic way to restore your smile.
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Should You Have a Tooth Extracted When You Have a Cold?

Posted on: 2 June 2016

If you're due to have a tooth removed and you have a nasty cold, you may be wondering whether you should reschedule the extraction until you feel a little better. In some cases, your dentist may advise you to wait until you've recovered from your cold on the basis that your cold may affect the extraction itself and the subsequent healing process. How can a cold affect a tooth extraction?
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