Knock out or lose a tooth? Time is of the essence. It’s important that you act quickly — within the next 30 minutes — if you want to save that tooth. This is a situation for an emergency dentist. When you knock out a tooth, there’s a lot of nerve and blood vessel damage that … Continued
You know those smiles that light up a room — shiny white and perfect like a movie star’s? Guess what? That’s not just good genes or an accident. A beautiful smile is the product of good dental habits, brushing twice a day, and following through on a flossing routine. The truth is a brighter, more … Continued
It’s not easy being a parent. (And if we remember right — it’s not easy being a kid either.) Even the most simple tasks can be an uphill battle, especially when it comes to dental care and their health. You want the best for them. You do everything you can for your kids to be … Continued
Looking for a great way to restore your teeth and improve your smile? At our family dentist office in Tucson, we have two cosmetic dentistry treatments available: crowns and veneers. But what are the differences and advantages between them? Which one is right for you? Both crowns and veneers are popular. Either one is great … Continued
So you’ve cracked a filling! It happens to the best of us, usually out of the blue. It’s an awful feeling. There’s something hard in your mouth that’s not food. You’ve broken a filling. What do you do? When you’ve cracked a filling, how long can you wait? Don’t panic. This is an extremely common … Continued
Kids will be kids. They love sweets. (Who doesn’t? If we’re being honest, even your dentist likes a bowl of ice cream or two.) But as a parent, you naturally worry about their dental care. You want the best for them. You want them to have a beautiful smile and a cavity-free visit to the … Continued
As your dentist, we know you’re in it to win it — you want beautiful teeth, healthy gums, and great dental care. You try your best. You brush your teeth twice a day. You floss regularly. You stay up on your dental appointments. If you crack or break a filling, you call us right away. … Continued
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