We’re still here to help residents of Astoria, NY, and surrounding communities who find themselves faced with a dental emergency. We don’t want injuries or advanced decay to lead to discomfort or even a lost tooth. In today’s blog, we’re going to talk about what you can do to manage your initial discomfort, and how we repair smiles in need of emergency treatment.
Your teeth are not the only parts of your smile at risk right now. Without routine homecare habits, your gums could develop serious oral health issues that could not only cause discomfort, but lead to tooth loss as well. In today’s blog, your Astoria, NY, dentist looks at what you can do from home to lower your risks of gum disease and periodontitis!
We’ve often talked about the risk of tooth decay and infection, and even how to limit the severity of teeth stains while you’re staying at home. But in today’s blog, your Astoria, NY, dentist explains how bruxism, or chronic teeth grinding, could be linked to stress and might be an issue that threatens your oral health. How do you know if you grind your teeth, and when should you talk to your dentist?
At the moment, we’re not offering cosmetic treatments and are limiting treatments to emergency situations, such as decayed or infected teeth, or dental damage. However, we know that a beautiful smile is important to our patients, and so we want to talk about teeth stains. Your Astoria, NY, dentist will explain how they form, and how you can reduce severity until you can see our team again.
Along with brushing and flossing, you should also watch what you eat while you’re staying inside. Choosing healthy foods helps limit plaque buildup and lower the risk of issues like tooth decay and gum disease. In today’s blog, your Astoria, NY, dentist talks about how to choose better snack and drink options when you’re stocking up!
When you damage a tooth, or notice persistent discomfort, then you may have an emergency situation that requires treatment from your Astoria, NY, dentist. In today’s blog, we’re looking at when you should contact our team for a restoration, and how we repair smiles in need of treatment. When should you see us for a filling or a crown?
When you chip or break a tooth, this is a dental emergency situation and one that needs attention from your Astoria, NY, dentist. We’re currently only offering emergency care on a case-by-case basis, so we want to see you if you damage part of your smile. In today’s blog, we’re going to discuss how to respond to chipped teeth, and how we might restore one.
Seeing us for a routine exam and cleaning isn’t possible right now, as we’re only seeing people for dental emergencies to help slow the spread of Coronavirus in our Astoria, NY, community. Which means taking steps from home to reduce the risk of cavities is more important than ever. In today’s blog, we’re looking at five ways you can lower your risk of developing a cavity.
Routine care is crucial to help protect your smile from gum disease, or if you already have periodontal health issues, to help manage the issue and prevent worsening symptoms. In today’s blog, your Astoria, NY, dentist talks about what you can do to protect your smile from home, and when you should contact our team for treatment.
We’re currently offering residents of Astoria, NY and surrounding communities emergency care to address very serious oral health problems. In today’s blog, we’re going to highlight a common emergency situation: an infected tooth. Find out what causes a tooth to become infected, and when you should see our team for treatment.