Are you involved in any sports? Do you ride your bike around the neighborhood after dinner or are you more likely to be spotted on the treadmill at the gym? Whatever keeps you active and fit also puts you at risk for a dental emergency. Surely not YOGA, you may be thinking. Yup! A simple slip of the foot in a downward-facing dog can land you right on your face; how much faith do you have in your mat? This is why we suggest that you either surround yourself with marshmallows, OR you could simply make sure you’re prepared to handle dental emergencies.
This can happen to anyone. If an accident results in a knocked-out tooth, please follow these instructions:
A chipped tooth may be unsightly, sharp, or rough but if you feel it is an emergency for you, we want to see you right away. If the tooth is cracked or fractured in any way
Damage to your veneers, crowns, or fillings could be caused by the food you eat and/or physical activity. Here’s what you should do if you damage/ break a restoration.
If you’re not willing to buy marshmallows in bulk, then at least you’re armed with the knowledge it takes to handle a dental emergency. Emergency or not, we look forward to seeing you.