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What Should You Do If You Have a Toothache That Suddenly Goes Away?

June 26, 2020

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woman with toothache sitting in dental chair

All things considered, you’ve been handling the COVID-19 pandemic fairly well so far. You’ve been adhering to social distancing guidelines and wearing a mask on your grocery store runs. One day a sharp pain shoots through your tooth, distracting you from work and everything else. For a few days, you debate calling your dentist, but then the toothache fades away, seemingly out of nowhere. What should you do? Believe it or not, you should still call your dentist, even if your toothache goes away. Keep reading to learn why.


Will Your Insurance Cover Dental Implants?

June 1, 2020

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tooth in one hand and coins in the other

You didn’t take the best care of your teeth when you were younger, and you paid the price for it recently when your dentist had to extract a few of your pearly whites because they were severely decayed. There are a lot of options out there to fill the gaps in your grin, but none come with as many benefits as dental implants. However, you’ve heard that implants can cost a pretty penny. Will your insurance cover the cost of dental implants? Keep reading to find out.


How Can Handwashing and Sanitizing Beat COVID-19?

May 24, 2020

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Patient using hand sanitizer at dentist

Keeping up with your personal hygiene should always be a priority. During the COVID-19 pandemic, it is even more critical. You may be finding yourself getting out of the house a little bit more as businesses are reopening and people are getting back to work. Because of this, you need to be extra careful to make sure you are cleaning and disinfecting your hands correctly. Your dentist can tell you the best way to keep your hands clean with either soap or hand sanitizer.


Why Do I Need to Rinse Before My Dentist Appointment?

May 10, 2020

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Patient using anti-microbial rinse before dentist visit

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed business operations, social habits, and the way you go through your everyday life. Fortunately, businesses and practices are beginning to open up again to larger capacities. While so many of us are eager to get back to our normal lives, there are many precautions we need to take, like wearing face coverings, to flatten the curve of COVID-19. This extends to your dental office. Your dentist can tell you about the new steps being taken to keep their patients and dental staff safe, including using anti-microbial rinses.


Tooth Sensitivity: How to Tell When It’s Time to See an Emergency Dentist

April 23, 2020

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Person with toothache receiving emergency dentistry

Have you ever taken a sip of a cold drink and experienced a sudden, searing pain in your mouth? Tooth sensitivity can be caused by a number of reasons and impacts a huge number of people. It can sometimes be difficult to tell when tooth sensitivity crosses the line from simply being a nuisance to being an emergency. Even though many dental offices are closed for regular visits during the COVID-19 pandemic, many are still seeing emergency patients. By learning the most common causes of tooth sensitivity, you’ll be better equipped to know if you have a condition you can treat at home or if you require a visit to an emergency dentist in Indianapolis.


Having a Dental Emergency? Why You Should See Your Emergency Dentist

April 13, 2020

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Person With Emergency Dentist

Life during the COVID-19 pandemic is stressful. The last thing you want to deal with is a dental emergency. Unfortunately, emergencies can happen to the best of us. While your first thought may be to head straight to an ER, you should think twice and schedule an appointment with your emergency dentist in Indianapolis.


What Are the Advantages of Tooth-Colored Fillings?

March 22, 2020

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Dentist with dental mirror showing off a tooth-colored filling.

Although we do our best to keep our smiles clean and healthy, most of us will experience tooth decay at some point. The National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research reports that up to 92% of adults between the ages of 20 and 64 have cavities in their permanent teeth. Thankfully, shiny metal fillings aren’t the only way to repair your smile anymore. Your Indianapolis dentist explains how modern tooth-colored fillings work and their advantages.


7 Great Ways to Keep Your Smile Healthy at Home

March 11, 2020

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smiling woman with great at-home oral hygiene

Are you spending a lot more time at home these days? If your daily schedule suddenly looks very different than it once did, it can be easy to lose track of your oral health. While your physical and mental wellbeing should always take top priority, it’s important to remember to care for your pearly whites as well. Here are seven tips from your Indianapolis dentist to keep your smile happy and healthy while at home.


Why It’s Important to Have a Healthy and Attractive Smile

February 22, 2020

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young attractive woman smiling after receiving cosmetic dental care

Achieving the smile of your dreams is not a mere superficial endeavor. In addition to providing a boost in confidence, it can actually have a positive impact on your overall wellness. If you’re curious to find out how, then continue reading as a local dentist lists the available options for upgrading your appearance and details the multiple benefits you can expect!


Dental Implants – The Perfect Upgrade for a Set of Dentures

February 13, 2020

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older man smiling nice teeth from implant dentures

In times past, the only option for replacing a full set of teeth was to have a set of dentures fabricated. While this is still an effective way of restoring your smile and functionality, it presents some challenges. One limitation is that it relies on dental adhesive and suction to secure the dentures, which can lead to shifting, a partially covered palate and difficulties speaking. Thankfully, there is a way to address all of these shortcomings: dental implants. Read on as an implant dentist explains why they’re the gold standard for tooth replacement.

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