We’re currently only offering emergency services for our patients in El Paso, TX, to help slow the spread of COVID-19. In today’s blog, we’re going to look at a common emergency situation: An infected or abscessed tooth. Not only does this issue cause pain, but it could lead to tooth loss unless treated!
Month: March 2020
When a tooth is damaged, or if severe discomfort arises, this could mean you have an emergency situation that needs treatment. Your El Paso, TX, dentists are still here for your dental emergency needs, providing repair and taking steps to ensure the health and safety of our patients. When should you contact our team to… Read more »
Kids are very susceptible to cavities, in fact, as soon as a tooth erupts, the risk of cavities is there. But how do you know if your child has one, and when should you bring him or her in to see your El Paso, TX, dentists? We’re talking cavity treatment and prevention in today’s… Read more »
Now that kids are home from school, they may have trouble maintaining a good structure during the day. As a result, they could start to stop doing things like making their beds, or more importantly, brushing and flossing their teeth. In today’s blog, your El Paso, TX, dentists talk about what parents can do to… Read more »
When you start to experience pain in one or more of your teeth, this could mean the presence of tooth decay. Unless treated, this concern could soon lead to an infected tooth and more severe discomfort! If you have pain in your smile, then you El Paso, TX, dentists could identify the cause, and potentially… Read more »
Sometimes, when a serious oral health issue arises, the best option to protect the health, stability, and beauty of your smile involves safely and comfortably removing a tooth. In today’s blog, your El Paso, TX, dentists look at how we extract teeth, and when we prescribe this procedure for our patients.
Right now, many people in our communities are staying in when possible and practicing social distancing to slow the spread of COVID-19. We applaud them, but also don’t want anyone to neglect their oral health during this time. In today’s blog, your El Paso, TX, dentists talk about what you can do to care for… Read more »
According to the Centers for Disease Control, half of adults over 30 in the United States suffer from periodontal disease. Unless managed with regular treatment, this disease could threaten the stability of your smile. In today’s blog, your El Paso, TX, dentists talk about how we can manage the issue from home and safeguard smiles!
At one time, all restorations were made from metal, such as amalgam, silver, or gold. While metal restorations still have their place, we often use more modern and lifelike options created from porcelain or zirconia. When do your El Paso, TX, dentists use these to repair smiles, and how do we create them?
Do you have pain in one or more of your teeth? If so, then this toothache could be a warning sign of a serious issue, one that requires the attention of your dentist. In today’s blog, your El Paso, TX, dentists explain when you or your child should let us know about a toothache, and… Read more »