A toothache starts out as a persistent, throbbing pain. But how do you know if your toothache is manageable or a full-blown dental emergency? Check out our blog post where we outline what constitutes a dental emergency and give you tips on what to do if you’re battling a toothache.
A broken tooth is a scenario that none of us want to deal with. But from time to time, bad luck does strike, and you’ll want to be prepared. Read our blog post to learn how to save a broken tooth, and what restorative options we have here at Overland Park Family Dental to fix it.
Dental emergencies are stressful. No one wants to experience one, but if you get treatment quickly, you can avoid more serious, long-term issues. Read our blog post for a look at the most common dental emergencies and what you can do to prevent them.
Your teeth are very strong, but they can still break, crack, or fall out. Things like decay or dental trauma can damage your teeth and make repairs (or replacement) necessary. Read our blog post for solutions to broken, cracked, or missing teeth.
We know there’s a sea of information out there right now regarding coronavirus—and it seems like the waves don’t stop coming with more and more news. To help make things a little easier, we’ve compiled this list of online resources related to dealing with the coronavirus outbreak.