Is A Knocked-Out Tooth A Dental Emergency? Definitely!

Posted on: 14 May 2015

Many people don't realize that having a tooth knocked out is a time-sensitive dental emergency. If you're playing sports, for example, or you have a nasty fall at home, and a collision knocks out one of your teeth, it's certainly possible to take some acetaminophen, make a dental appointment, and then replace the missing tooth with an implant or a bridge. But if you act quickly, you may be able to save your tooth and have it re-inserted into your jaw.
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How 3 Types Of Anesthesia Can Help You Through Your Next Dentist Appointment

Posted on: 20 April 2015

Many feel apprehensive about a trip to the a dentist, like Barry Groder DDS, but recent innovations in the field of anesthesiology may just be enough to put those fears to rest. Whether it's an inhaled relaxing and numbing agent, pill form sedatives, or intravenous anesthesia, developments in the field of anesthesia are helping dental patients everywhere feel more relaxed, and experience less pain when at the dentist. The following is a brief description of some of the most commonly utilized forms of anesthesia and what you can expect following administration.
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5 Blood Disorders That Can Complicate Dental Procedures

Posted on: 1 April 2015

If not properly managed, blood disorders can adversely affect the outcome of dental procedures. To avoid potential complications, let your dentist know if you have a bleeding disorder or a family history of bleeding disorders. Tell your dentist if you get nosebleeds often, your gums bleed profusely, or if you've had prolonged bleeding in the past following dental treatment. The more your dentist knows about your overall health and risk factors, the better he or she can treat your dental problems.
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Three Causes Of Halitosis And How Your Dentist Can Help

Posted on: 18 March 2015

Halitosis is the medical term for chronic bad breath. If you constantly brush, rinse and gargle but your breath still smells like a garbage disposal run afoul, then there might be other issues of which you are not aware. A dentist can diagnose and treat, or at least refer you to a doctor who can treat, these lesser known causes of bad breath. Sinus Infections Many people suffer from very mild sinus infections; some are so mild that they do not know they have them.
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