Dealing with Dental Emergencies

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Do you know how to deal with a dental emergency? Do you know what makes a dental emergency? There are a few issues you should know about regarding dental emergencies—and a few steps you can take to address these emergencies. Would you be interested in learning that losing a tooth or having a tooth fall… Read more »

Tooth Sensitivity after a Dental Filling

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At Borgmeyer Dental in St Louis, Missouri, Drs. David and Augustine Borgmeyer and our team are pleased to offer our patients composite, or tooth-colored fillings, as well as amalgam (silver) fillings to repair minor to moderate damage in a tooth. Fillings can be done for teeth that have decay, are chipped or fractured. Once a tooth… Read more »

Can You Prevent Cavities from Harming Your Smile?

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Tooth decay and cavities are harmful to any healthy smile. We want to help you keep your teeth and gums healthy and strong. Today we will be looking at some things that can harm your teeth, so that you can be proactive at prevention. The goal is to keep plaque off of your pearly whites…. Read more »

Dealing with Bad Breath

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Do you worry about bad breath? Do you know what you can do to counter this problem? Sadly, everyone will have to deal with bad breath from time to time, but there are things you can do to prevent or to hold off bad breath. However, please note that if you are struggling with bad… Read more »

Eating Once Root Canal Therapy is Done

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You’ve just had root canal therapy—or maybe you’re about to—and you wonder what you can eat. Of course, we expect your dentist to give you specified advice, but there are a few things you should know. For instance, did you know that root canals are mostly painless now? Of course root canals can only be… Read more »

5 Things You Should Know About Dental X-Rays

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Taking an x-ray of your mouth is a common practice completed when you visit the dentist’s office. Learn a little more about the purpose and workings of dental x-rays today with these five facts. Dental x-rays can help protect your oral health by showing parts of your mouth the dentist cannot see. X-rays can show… Read more »