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American Dental Center Blog – General
When you have severe tooth pain, nothing matters except stopping the pain. You need an emergency dentist to diagnose and fix the problem so you can get on with life. Common causes of toothaches include decay, trauma and dental infections. Our emergency dentists can stop your pain and treat these problems so the pain does not return.
While dental crowns have traditionally covered an entire tooth, now there are newer options that cover only the front of teeth to provide the perfect treatment for your dental care needs.
To replace a missing tooth, you are typically offered the tooth replacement options of dentures, a bridge, or dental implants. The best by far is a dental implant, but the way to ensure a successful treatment is to know the right way to recover.
When dentists talk about halitosis, they’re referring to bad breath. If this problem is plaguing you, learn the most frequent causes and how to make your breath much better.
If you’re missing teeth, you’re not alone because nearly 70 percent of adults aged 35 to 44 are living with at least one missing tooth. But there’s no need to suffer in shame because dental implants and dental bridges can replace those missing teeth. Which dental restoration is the right choice for your needs?
Want to protect your child from cavities? Discover how dental sealants can help keep kids cavity-free.
If you want straighter teeth without a mouthful of metal, learn about the different kinds of invisible braces and see if they’ll suit your smile.
Are you self-conscious because you’ve lost teeth over time? Today, the two top ways to replace missing teeth are dentures and All-on-4® dental implants. Get a closer look at each to see which treatment to choose to save your smile.
Anyone can experience a chipped tooth, so don’t be alarmed if it happens to you. Luckily, chipped teeth can be easily repaired by your family dentist. But the type of treatment depends on the damage, so learn what you may expect and experience if you suffer a chipped tooth.