Posts Categorized: General Dentistry

What’s Causing My Toothache?

If you have pain in your tooth, you may be wondering what’s causing this sudden toothache? In today’s blog, we’re talking about the most common causes of tooth pain and when our Tucson, AZ patients should seek treatment. Find out what that dull, aching pain could mean for your oral health!

Do You Have Questions About Dental Hygiene?

October is National Dental Hygiene Month! To raise awareness, we want to discuss how you can enjoy improved dental hygiene. In today’s blog, we’re discussing proper brushing and flossing and other methods that help our Tucson, AZ, patients enjoy healthier (and more beautiful) smiles!

How Do I Protect My Children From Cavities?

Halloween is a very fun time of year for kids! They get to watch spooky movies, dress up in fun costumes, and even get free candy. However, Halloween also means a higher risk of developing cavities. In today’s blog, we’re looking at what our Tucson, AZ, patients can do protect children from cavities.

What Causes Toothaches To Form?

When your tooth hurts, this can impact your ability to concentrate. Over time, the ache could potentially grow more severe. In today’s blog, we’re looking at what causes a toothache and the steps our Tucson, AZ, patients can take to avoid discomfort.

How Do I Respond To Dental Emergencies?

A dental emergency is simply any damage or injury the teeth and gums sustain. If you end up with a chipped tooth or sudden pain, then you should see your Tucson, AZ, dentist as soon as possible. In today’s blog, we’re looking at how to respond to common dental emergency situations.

Do Children Need Regular Dental Care?

Like you, kids need to see the dentist for routine care, such as checkups and dental cleanings. These routine visits help children in Tucson, AZ, enjoy improved overall health. Find out what makes exams and cleanings so vital for the health of little smiles in today’s blog!

Quiz: Why Do Toothaches Develop?

A toothache that sticks around may indicate you need treatment. Ignoring the issue could lead to serious complications for our Tucson, AZ patients. In today’s blog, we’re looking at the causes of toothaches and what pain could mean for your oral health.