Posts Tagged ‘ dental filling ’

When Young Children Get Cavities

Jan 31st, 2018 | By

If you are the parent of a young child you’ve probably worried about the health of his or her teeth. You’ve worked hard to establish good oral hygiene habits and make sure your child has all the tools necessary to keep teeth clean and strong. The second important thing you can do to keep baby

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Nagging Toothache? Cavities, Cracks, Chips, Erosion Could Be the Cause

Dec 29th, 2017 | By

Have you recently found it difficulty to chew on one side of your mouth? Are you experiencing shooting pain after drinking something hot or cold, or eating a sugar-filled treat? If you find yourself nodding in agreement to these questions, it is possible you have something going on below the surface of your tooth and

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Toothache? You May Need a Filling or Crown

Jun 7th, 2017 | By
Treating tooth pain with a dental filing

A toothache can arise due to tooth decay, gum disease, cavities, and many other reasons. Tooth decay most commonly results in an irritating toothache. When you have an achy tooth, it can  impact your ability to perform your daily routine. The pain can be excruciating when you eat or drink and cause temperature sensitivity. Dr. Claudia

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