Tooth loss isn’t something that you want to experience or that you necessarily want to treat. However, if it does affect you, then treating is by far your best response. Figuring that if you ever lose a tooth, you’ll just do your best to pretend the problem isn’t there? We think you may want to learn about some things you may not realize just yet, so you can keep the details of your oral health sorted out and safe.
Do you often talk with your bestie or your love about trying out the restaurants around town? Have you ever considered heading out on a restaurant marathon to try the most mouth-watering of them all but the idea of spending money on a three-course meal here and a two-course brunch there is out of the question? Take advantage of Restaurant Week before it is over, then!
You may wonder what’s going on when you take what you think is wonderful care of your teeth … but you still deal with toothaches and other concerns. As you may have guessed, sometimes there are not-so-obvious facets of your daily life that play into the development of discomfort, which can express itself in different forms. Not so sure you might be doing something that you are completely unaware is affecting your smile health? Think through a few examples for a clearer understanding of the possibilities.
What can you expect when you discover that you are dealing with an advanced issue with your tooth? What happens when your toothache ends up leading to tooth loss? Are you going to worry about pain for the rest of your days and have to walk around with a “hole” in your smile? Or, are you going to be much more informed regarding preventing such issues from happening, while you walk around with a beautiful, complete smile (thanks to teeth replacement solutions)? When you’re under our care, the latter is always the outlook! Learn more.
When you’re thinking about your smile and you feel the need to call us to schedule a dental care visit, do you do so? Or, is there a part of you that wonders if you should be very thoughtful about when (and for what) you schedule appointments? To be clear, we’d like to remind you that you when you want or need a visit, it’s always a very good time to pick up your phone and let us know! However, since you may feel more sure about this with some examples of what we mean, we are happy to address the topic!
When you experience a toothache, it’s usually a sensation that’s occurring in a single tooth, it makes you feel like something is wrong, it might throb, and it can become excruciating. When you experience sore teeth, it may feel a bit more like a dull, uncomfortable sensation. It may affect one or more teeth and may feel annoying, while making you feel a bit more curious than frantic. So, what to do with these details, when your sensations are saying, “Hey, you need to do something!” but identifying the problem is confusing? Come see us, of course.
Are you hoping to do something to your smile, whether it’s move your teeth into a much more beautiful configuration for a straight grin or simply whiten it? Are you wondering if there’s some sort of extra maintenance you should be performing or if your smile is simply going to age and have issues no matter what you do? To help quell your concerns and enlighten you regarding the way your smile health and age relate, we offer a fun quiz!