Frequently Asked Questions
Dental check-ups and cleaning are the cornerstone of strong oral health and oral hygiene, and you should go in and see your dentist every six months. If you ever experience emergency symptoms, such as bleeding, swelling, or chipped or cracked teeth, see your dentist immediately for an emergency dental appointment.
If you’re experiencing moderate to severe tooth pain, ice packs and aspirin are typically able to sooth this pain to some extent. However, it is important to note that tooth pain over a long period of time can often be a sign of underlying oral health problems, and should be met with an appointment with your dentist.
Bleeding gums can often be the result of tooth decay or plaque buildup in the gums, as well as an early warning sign of gum disease. If you’re experiencing bleeding gums, be sure to be seen by your dentist!