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How To Handle Dental Emergencies-Infographic

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Smiles Northwest released an infographic to help educate people on how to handle dental emergencies. According to Smiles Northwest, dental emergencies can happen at any time - without warning. Would you know what to do if you or a family member suffered from a broken or knocked out tooth? read more

Urgent Dental Service Closure Piles More Pressure In London

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Kentish Town ‘urgent dental service’ is being closed leaving only two hospitals in London capable of dealing with dental issues. NHS England has announced it would close the service from 31 March, despite 5,451 people using it in 2016. It has suggested that people call the NHS 111 helpline or seek an appointment with their dentist if they have any dental issues in the future. Access to emergency dental care is increasingly a postcode lottery,’ Henrik Overgaard-Nielsen, chair of the General Dental Practice at the British Dental Association (BDA), said. Inadequate provision is simply piling more pressure on GPs and A&Es that are not equipped to provide dental treatment. It’s absurd that NHS 111 operators are asking patients to do ring-rounds. read more

Pain During Your Dental Visit

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How many of you out there are terrified to death of visiting the dentist? There are a lot of individuals that have a real problem with the pain associated with certain dental procedures. This anxiety is understandable, and we certainly hope that technological innovation will continue to produce devices that help with pain management. We thought it would be great to loop you into some of the technology currently on the market as far as pain management goes. read more

Gum Disease What You Need To Know

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Gum disease is something that many people are affected by on a daily basis. The numbers are staggering when taking a look at statistics related to periodontal disease with over 47.2% of adults aged 30 years or older having some form of periodontal disease. Periodontal disease increases with age, 70.1% of adults 65 years and older have some form of periodontal disease. read more

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How To Handle Dental Emergencies-Infographic

By Emergency Dental Service
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Smiles Northwest released an infographic to help educate people on how to handle dental emergencies. According to Smiles Northwest, dental emergencies can happen at any time - without warning. Would you know what to do if you or a family member suffered from a broken or knocked out tooth? read more

Urgent Dental Service Closure Piles More Pressure In London

By Emergency Dental Service
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Kentish Town ‘urgent dental service’ is being closed leaving only two hospitals in London capable of dealing with dental issues. NHS England has announced it would close the service from 31 March, despite 5,451 people using it in 2016. It has suggested that people call the NHS 111 helpline or seek an appointment with their dentist if they have any dental issues in the future. Access to emergency dental care is increasingly a postcode lottery,’ Henrik Overgaard-Nielsen, chair of the General Dental Practice at the British Dental Association (BDA), said. Inadequate provision is simply piling more pressure on GPs and A&Es that are not equipped to provide dental treatment. It’s absurd that NHS 111 operators are asking patients to do ring-rounds. read more

Pain During Your Dental Visit

By Emergency Dental Service
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How many of you out there are terrified to death of visiting the dentist? There are a lot of individuals that have a real problem with the pain associated with certain dental procedures. This anxiety is understandable, and we certainly hope that technological innovation will continue to produce devices that help with pain management. We thought it would be great to loop you into some of the technology currently on the market as far as pain management goes. read more

Gum Disease What You Need To Know

By Emergency Dental Service
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Gum disease is something that many people are affected by on a daily basis. The numbers are staggering when taking a look at statistics related to periodontal disease with over 47.2% of adults aged 30 years or older having some form of periodontal disease. Periodontal disease increases with age, 70.1% of adults 65 years and older have some form of periodontal disease. read more

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