A dental crown is a protective cap that covers a damaged tooth in order to restore the tooth’s function and appearance while preventing further damage. Crowns can last for up to 7 or 10 years with proper care, but sometimes accidents happen. Read our blog post to learn what to do in the event of a broken crown, including how soon you need to see your dentist.
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Accidents can happen at any time, and when it comes to dental emergencies, a knocked-out tooth is no joke. Read our blog post for a look at the steps to take to save the tooth and preserve your oral health.
Whether it’s a dull throb or a sharp pain, toothaches are never a welcome sensation. One of the trickiest questions that comes along with tooth pain is just how concerned you should be. Read our blog post to find out when tooth pain is considered a dental emergency.
It can be heartbreaking to dive into one of your favorite hard foods only to discover a piece of a tooth missing. Though teeth are strong, they are not immune to cracking or chipping. Before you crack a tooth and panic, read our blog post to find out what you should do!
Teeth are very strong, but they’re not unbreakable. Many people chip or crack a tooth at some point in their lives. Take a look at our blog post to find out if a chipped or cracked tooth is considered a dental emergency.
You’re going about your day and notice a pain in your tooth. It could be a mild ache or it might escalate into something more severe. Is this an emergency? Should you get in touch with a dentist immediately? Check out our blog post for answers!.
Looking for a family dentist in San Antonio? Read our blog post to learn about our comprehensive dental services and financial options!