While we’re closed for most procedures, our team is still here to provide residents of Kansas City, MO, and surrounding communities with emergency treatments. Which means if you begin to experience an aching tooth, you should let us know. With emergency treatment, we can prevent the onset of serious complications, and safeguard your smile!
Now that you’re spending more time home, and attending checkups and cleanings isn’t possible, your homecare routine is essential for safeguarding your smile from cavities, gum disease, and other concerns. In today’s blog, we’re looking at what kids and adults can do to protect their smiles, and when you should contact your Kansas City, MO, dentist for treatment.
Your Kansas City, MO, dentist is currently not offering treatment for issues related to preventive, general, and cosmetic dentistry. However, we’re still addressing emergency situations on a case-by-case basis, helping correct problems that could harm your oral health, and overall health as well. So, what if you were due to have your wisdom teeth removed? Is an extraction an emergency situation?
While we’re currently closed for many procedures, such as general, preventive, and cosmetic treatments, we’re still here to help our Kansas City, MO, patients facing damaged teeth or serious discomfort. With emergency treatment, we can repair cavities or infections, and restore cracked or chipped teeth. When should you see our team for treatment?
To help protect the health and safety of your family, experts recommend going to the store only when necessary, and going one person at a time. When you do head to the store to stock up, we want to make sure you’re picking out snacks and foods that are good for your smile. In today’s blog, your Kansas City, MO, dentist explains what snack options can be beneficial for your oral health.
Caring for your smile each day does more than just safeguard your teeth against cavities and infection. You also help prevent the onset of serious periodontal health issues, like gingivitis or even gum disease! In today’s blog, your Kansas City, MO, dentist explains what you can do to keep your smile healthy, whole, and beautiful.
Being stuck at home often means boredom and a propensity for snacking among kids and adults alike. Unless you continue to maintain good oral hygiene, your smile could develop cavities and serious discomfort! In today’s blog, your Kansas City, MO, talks about how to avoid cavities, and when you should see us for treatment.
If you have damaged a tooth, or developed serious oral health concerns, like cavities or infection, then you need treatment to preserve your smile’s health and beauty. In today’s blog, your Kansas City, MO, dentist talks about our approach to emergency care, and when you should contact our team for treatment.
Does a toothache automatically mean you have a cavity or an infected tooth? When should you see your Kansas City, MO, dentist for treatment? In today’s blog, your Kansas City, MO, talks about how to safeguard your smile at home, and when you should contact our team for treatment to prevent more serious complications, such as a dental infection.
Across the country, many people are staying in to protect their community by slowing the spread of COVID-19. While you may not be able to see us for routine treatments, like checkups and cleanings, you can still take steps to safeguard your smile with daily brushing and flossing. In today’s blog, your Kansas City, MO, dentist talks about keeping smiles healthy.