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Why Same Day Dental Emergency Treatment is Important

Dental Emergency Treatment | Jensen Beach, FL

At Jensen Beach Dental, we take a proactive approach to dental care. This means we do our best to treat same day dental emergencies in our Jensen Beach, FL dental office.

Most of us will experience at least one dental emergency in our lifetime. Additionally, dental emergencies can be painful and scary. Having a top Jensen Beach dentist to see you through can make all the difference.

Dental Emergencies May Include One Or More Of The Following:

  • Swelling
  • Pain
  • Fever
  • Broken tooth
  • Tooth loss
  • Lost dental restoration
  • Broken dental appliance

With prompt care, we can save a tooth that has been dislodged.

If you’ve suffered a trauma, we recommend a trip to the hospital first. You or a trusted friend ...

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What to Expect at Your Root Canal Appointment

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If you’re experiencing significant tooth pain and sensitivity due to an infected tooth, your dentist may have told you that you need root canal therapy. But rather than dreading your root canal appointment, rest assured that your root canal will not be as bad as you imagine. In fact, root canal therapy in Jensen Beach, FL, will relieve your pain and let you return to normal.

What Is Root Canal Therapy?

If you have a tooth that is infected, damaged, or dead, you will likely experience tooth sensitivity along with plenty of pain. In order to save the tooth, your dentist will need to remove inner pulp and the tooth’s ...

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How Invisalign Could Improve Your Life

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Straighten Your Teeth Subtly

If you have been searching for a way to straighten your teeth but do not want the hassle or the look of traditional metal braces, Invisalign could be an excellent way to improve your life.

Invisalign uses clear plastic trays to align your teeth and achieve a straighter smile. Because Invisalign treatments do not use wires or brackets of any type, Invisalign allows for a much more subtle look. Most people will not even be able to tell if you are wearing Invisalign trays, which makes them ideal for working professionals who spend much of their day interacting and talking with other people. Speaking and smiling can ...

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Three Ways Dental Implants Can Restore Your Whole Smile

New Smile

If you have missing or damaged teeth and are searching for a way to improve the overall look of your smile, consider dental implants.

Implants are created by first placing a titanium post through the gum line and topping the post with a porcelain, tooth-like “crown.” Implants are permanent for the duration of their lifetime, with crowns typically needing to be replaced every ten to fifteen years. 

Dental implants can help restore your entire smile in many ways. Below, three advantages of dental implants are explained in greater detail:

Improved Appearance

Gaps in your smile can make you feel self-conscious, but with dental implants, these missing or damaged areas are completely aesthetically restored. ...

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5 Tips for Smarter and More Effective Flossing

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Flossing is a simple habit that can make an enormous difference in the quality of your oral health. When combined, daily brushing and flossing work together to fortify your mouth against potential plaque and cavity-causing bacteria.

As with all oral hygiene practices, proper technique is essential while flossing. Read on for five tips to help make your flossing smarter and more effective:

1. Floss at the Same Time Each Day

Flossing takes a few minutes at most, yet so many patients say they do not have time to floss or find themselves forgetting to floss entirely. To help make flossing a regular part of your daily dental routine, pick a time that ...

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Cavities Are the Most Common Disease Among Children . . . But They Don't Have to Be

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Tooth decay can begin at a very early age. A child is at risk of decay as soon as his or her first tooth comes in, which is often before the child is even one year old.

Though tooth decay is prevalent among children, the condition should not be taken lightly. At Jensen Beach Dental, we understand the importance of establishing good dental hygiene practices early on and take pride in our ability to serve each member of your family through every stage of their life.

Why Keep Baby Teeth Healthy if Children Lose Them Anyway?

The condition commonly referred to as oral “decay” is caused by excessive acid in the mouth ...

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