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Emergency dentistry was necessary for a woman in Yorkshire when she ate a sandwich that had a small stone inside.Karen Addy, from Holmfirth, told the Sun that she needed to have a tooth removed after the carrot, hummus and alfalfa meal from Boots injured her mouth.The emergency dentistry cost around £3,000 and it ...READ MORE
A new gel being developed by researchers in France could help teeth to grow back and reduce the need for fillings.The discovery may aid those who provide emergency dentistry, with scientists claiming tooth tissue can be regenerated within four weeks.Containing a melanocyte-stimulating hormone, which has now been linked with bone growth, the ...READ MORE
An emergency dentistry kit will go on sale in America to help with common dental problems.The Emergency Dental Kit, produced by SciMeDent Health, contains temporary cement for lost or broken fillings, toothache drops and denture repair material.Chief executive officer of the company Dr Jan Stahl warned that the equipment was not intended ...READ MORE
Some people may require emergency dentistry because they only go for a check-up when they start to experience pain.This is according to one expert, who said some patients are in denial about needing treatment.Ken Schweifler wrote for the Los Angeles Town Crier that many treatable ailments, such as dental decay and periodontal ...READ MORE
Anxiety can mean some people end up needing emergency dentistry, it has been suggested.Writing for the Los Angeles Town Crier, Ken Schweifler described how a negative experience in the dentist's chair can lead to fears about going for a check-up.However, he said this may turn into a catch-22 type of situation.Because ...READ MORE
Consuming too much fruit juice may lead to people developing problems with their teeth, one expert has suggested, which could require emergency dentistry.Dr Rosemary Leonard, writing for the Daily Express, advised readers that while drinks of this kind may provide part of a healthy diet, they can harm enamel and cause tooth decay."...READ MORE
One in four children in California has never had any dental care, a report has revealed.The Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Dental Care for Publicly Insured Children study, carried out by the California HealthCare Foundation, also found that white and Asian children were more likely to visit the dentist than Latino or African ...READ MORE
Dentists from Taiwan have raised concerns over super-sized fast-food burgers causing damage to people's jaws, which may require them to need emergency dentistry.The experts have called for convenience food restaurants to label their products so the public are aware of the dangers of over-extending their mouths, the China Post reports.Specialist Chen Yun-chih ...READ MORE
Regular oral health check-ups are important to ensure people retain their teeth and stay physically well, one expert has claimed.Dr Alex Farnoosh described how avoiding the need for emergency dentistry is the key to general wellbeing and encouraged people to make regular appointments to see a specialist.He commented on recent findings published ...READ MORE
Dental health in children is important in order to prevent cavities forming and the possible need for emergency dentistry, one expert has warned.Dr Alex Brandtner explained that youngsters who fail to have good oral hygiene standards could develop tooth decay and gum disease, the Quad-City Times reports.Parents are advised to bring their ...READ MORE
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