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- RCT is a procedure which saves an infected tooth by removing an irreversibly damaged nerve and filling the resulting space.
- Periodontal disease is the deterioration of the supporting structures of the teeth.
- Dental implants are sterile titanium cylinders, which are placed in the upper and lower jawbones. Crowns, bridges, or dentures are attached to the implants to form stable restorations.
- The empty space left by the missing tooth compromises your ability to chew, alters your smile, and causes serious problems for your surrounding teeth.
- Crowns cover all or part of a tooth and hold teeth together. They are the treatment of choice whenever decay, a crack, a fracture, or a previously placed large filling has compromised the strength of a tooth.
- Besides Braces, there are three additional methods available: Bleaching, Bonding, and Veneering.
- Floss shreds when the contact between the teeth is either too tight or rough and jagged.
- Eat right, brush regularly with an ADA-approved fluoridated toothpaste, floss daily, and visit your dentist at least twice a year for cleanings and checkups. Children often benefit by having Sealants placed.
- Some say at one year of age, but definitely by the child’s third birthday.
- Each person is different. Check our linked site for normal time frames or ask your dentist.
- Place the tooth in saliva or cool milk. If there is no danger of swallowing, the tooth can be kept in your mouth between your cheek and gum. Get to a dentist within 20 minutes. The sooner the tooth is re-implanted the better its prognosis.