When you face a dental emergency, what do you do? In today’s blog, your El Paso, TX, dentists look at common emergency scenarios, and discusses how to respond to them. We also want to remind our patients that we’re still here to address these concerns, and return your smile to optimal health, function, and beauty should you encounter a serious oral health problem.
Now that you and your loved ones are spending time indoors and avoiding large gatherings, you may find yourself slipping on your normal daily routines. In today’s blog, your El Paso, TX, dentists want to talk about better home habits to protect your oral health and prevent the onset of serious concerns.
To help keep your family safe, many of you are staying home when possible and avoiding large gatherings with other people. We applaud this, and hope you continue to stay home and help slow the spread of COVID-19. However, that doesn’t mean you should avoid necessary treatments, like addressing cavities or dental infections. In today’s blog, we explain why people of all ages, including kids, need fillings.
If you have an ache in your tooth, or if you frequently encounter sensitivity, then you could have a cavity. Even though we’re closed for most procedures, we’re still here to help El Paso, TX, residents obtain treatment for serious oral health concerns, and that includes tooth decay! In today’s blog, let’s talk about fillings and tooth decay.
In our last blog, we talked about why repairing cracked or chipped teeth is crucial for protecting your smile’s health and function. In today’s blog, we would like to look at another common warning sign of trouble: toothaches. When your tooth hurts, you should let your El Paso, TX, dentists know, so we can restore your smile to full function, health, and beauty.
When a tooth is injured, let us know! Even minor cracks could mean trouble down the road, and fractures could be practically invisible to the naked eye. Your El Paso, TX, dentists are still providing emergency treatments for people in our community with injured teeth, and we can often repair damage in as little as one visit!
When your tooth develops serious oral health issues, like cavities, or if they become damaged, then a restoration is necessary to repair them. We often place a custom-made crown to address dental emergency situations. In today’s blog, your El Paso, TX, dentists talk about how we restore smiles with crowns, and when you may need one.
When you visit the store, you’ll see that the shelves containing sugary and starchy comfort foods, like candies and chips, are often bare. We understand, it’s fun to have a treat while you’re stuck inside. However, too much sugar is a recipe for a cavity! In today’s blog, your El Paso, TX, dentists look at what you can do to keep your smile free of cavities.
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!
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 schedule a visit?