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Tanasbourne Dental Care December 2017 Newsletter
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Our mission is to serve our patients by providing the highest quality care. We want to assist each patient to achieve optimal dental health through comfort, function, and appearance. We love your questions. To as us a question click to "Submit Question" link below.
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What to Do About Broken Dental Veneers
Broken dental veneers can be a problem right away, or a problem you have a little bit of time to correct. It all depends on what the actual problem is. Sometimes, a dental veneer will fracture, meaning you will see a small chip or crack in the porcelain. Other times, your dental veneer can break completely off of your tooth. However, both problems need immediate attention so you can avoid any type of painful consequence.

When Your Dental Veneer Crack, They Can Be Fixed

Dental bonding is an easy fix when your dental veneers crack or chip. The bonding cement can fill in the slight issue, and you can go on about your day. This often takes little time, and your veneers often do not look any different after they have been fixed than they did before.

When Dental Veneers Debond, They Need Rebonding

When your dental veneers come off entirely, this is called debonding. What you need to have done at this time is have the dental veneers looked at to see if they can still be used. If they can, then you need them rebonded to your teeth. If not, you need a new set of veneers made.

Dental veneers that come off entirely are typically more painful than those that simply crack or chip. However, both have the potential of posing a problem for your teeth in very little time. Should you notice that something feels off with your dental veneers, give our office a call. We want to help!

Should You Worry if You Have a Toothache and a Fever?
Did you wake up with a toothache this morning, and you just feel icky overall? Then did you notice that you have a fever on top of the toothache? This could be your body's way of telling you that there is something wrong.

Commonly, when you have both a toothache and a fever, this is when you have a dental abscess. This is an infection that can be below or beside your tooth, and can be very dangerous to ignore. Abscesses can not only harm your oral health, but if they are left untreated, they can also hurt your overall health. If you think you may have a dental abscess, make sure to call our office today.

Signs Your Tooth Could Be Dying
Dying teeth cause problems in your mouth, and can significantly reduce your overall oral health. If you notice any signs that you may have a dying tooth, it is important that you come in and get seen right away. Most people notice pain in their tooth before it dies, but the level of pain ranges depending on the tooth and the person. Most teeth that are dying also become discolored. They can be a deep yellow, brown, or even become black. You will likely also notice a bad taste in your mouth, and a smell coming from the tooth, causing bad breath. If you notice these signs, call our office.

Our mission is to serve our patients by providing the highest quality care. We want to assist each patient to achieve optimal dental health through comfort, function, and appearance. We love your questions. To as us a question click to "Submit Question" link below.



Tanasbourne Dental Care | www.tanasbournedentalcare.com | 503-690-9536
2471 NW 185th, Hillsboro, OR 97124



 

 

 
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