Sports Injuries in our Youth
Mar24

Sports Injuries in our Youth

Sports Injuries in our Youth. A question that crosses every parent’s mind, especially if their child is involved in any organized sports is, ‘will my son or daughter get injured playing? And because my child is young and still growing, is there any way for me to lessen the severity of a potential injury.

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Sports and Dental Injuries in Children
Mar24

Sports and Dental Injuries in Children

Sports and Dental Injuries in Children. Dental injury in sports is a commonly encountered issue for both children and adults. All sports carry a risk for injury while contact sports carry the highest risks for dental related injuries. Parents who actively enroll their children in sports must be aware of the potential risks for dental injury in order to make the necessary measures to minimize them.

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Endodontic Specialist
Mar23

Endodontic Specialist

Endodontic specialist is a dentist who specialize in maintaining teeth through endodontic therapy procedures, involving the soft inner tissue of the teeth. In many cases, general dentists may perform root canal treatments that are minimally difficult and have less complicating factors.

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Dental Sports Guards
Mar22

Dental Sports Guards

Dental Sports Guards . Over the counter dental sports guards are cheaper than the custom ones made by the dentist. The reason is that the material used for over the counter sports guards are not durable and very thick. Also they are ill fitting and uncomfortable.

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Tooth Avulsion
Mar21

Tooth Avulsion

Tooth Avulsion: what to do when a tooth is knocked out: The treatment for permanent teeth consists of replantation, immediately if possible. Replantation — physically replacing the tooth into its socket. The proper way to remove debris from the root of an avulsed tooth is to rinse it in cold water.

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Root Canal Visits
Mar21

Root Canal Visits

Root Canal Visits. Root canals may be treated in one or multiple visits. Most root canals can be treated in one visit. The exceptions are extremely infected teeth, complications from the procedure, and complex cases.

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