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What To Do About Knocked-Out Teeth

Knowing what to do in the case of knocked-out teeth can go a long way when you are going through a dental emergency. Our Whitehorse dentists are here to talk about what you can do about a knocked-out tooth.

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Dental Emergencies During Sports

Dental emergencies during sports are more common than we would like. Our Whitehorse dentists are here to talk about common injuries and how they can be prevented.

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My Teeth Hurt: Should I See The Dentist?

If you have a toothache or sore gums you might be wondering when the right time to see the dentist is. Our Whitehorse dental team is here to give you the answers you need.

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4 Myths Around Having a Tooth Pulled

The thought of having a tooth pulled at the dentist can be enough to stop people from going to the dentist altogether. Our Whitehorse dentists are here to debunk some myths for you. 

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Signs You May Need to Have a Tooth Pulled

What are some signs you may need to have a tooth pulled? Our Whitehorse dentists list some cases where extraction is necessary - and what you can do next.

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What Happens Without Dental Insurance

Dental care is key to our overall physical health, but some of us don’t have dental insurance that pays for routine cleanings, exams, procedures and emergencies. If this is the case for you, our Whitehorse dentists offer advice on what you can do.

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How to Avoid Dental Emergencies

Wondering how you can avoid common dental emergencies? Our Whitehorse dentists offer advice on precautions all patients should take with their oral health.

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How to Deal With a Dental Emergency at Home

When a dental emergency happens at home, what do you do? You might be scared and in pain. The best thing to do is to call our Whitehorse dentist’s office immediately and see a dentist as soon as possible. 

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Who's At Risk For A Dental Emergency?

Your lifestyle, medical and dental history and other factors can leave you more at risk for dental emergencies as you age. Our Whitehorse dentists explain who’s most at risk for a dental emergency, and what you can do to reduce it.

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What Is Considered A Dental Emergency?

A dental emergency can be an emotional – and physically uncomfortable – experience. Today our Whitehorse dentists list the facts of what’s considered a dental emergency and explain what to do if one happens to you.

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