How to deal with a Cracked or Broken Tooth

There are many ways in which one can suddenly find oneself with a cracked tooth or a broken tooth.

These include biting into something hard, grinding of the teeth, falling and impacting the teeth taking a blow to the face or mouth, gum disease, cavities which weaken the tooth, or old amalgam fillings which can no longer support the tooth enamel.

A minor cracked or break may not be painful at first, but major damage can be instantly painful, as the nerve inside the tooth can be affected and this is deemed as a dental emergency. Tooth pain is one of the worst pains there is.

Whatever the cause or initial severity, it’s important to get the tooth or teeth seen by a dentist as soon as possible to in order to fix the problem.

If you experience a cracked or broken tooth call you Redcliffe Dentist on 32844281 and we will book you in the see a dentist at a time convienent for you.

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Dr Dave visits Good Start Early Learning Centre

altDr Dave visited Good Start Early Learning Centre on Thursday to teach all the little kiddies about

good oral health.

Dr Dave loves teaching our younger generation the importance of taking care of their teeth.

If you have any concerns regarding you teeth please dont hesitate to call us on 3284 4281 to

book an apptointment, we are always here and love to see you at your Redcliffe Dentist.

 
The WOW at your Redcliffe Dentist

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Here at John Street Dental, you Redcliffe Dentist we are currently working on optimizing the wow.

All our staff are on board and doing everything to bring the WOW to the dentist. Our staff were given a challenge to come up with three things to change in there work to optimize the WOW.

Dr Gregg won our Dentist of the month last month and for this he gets to have our clinics wombat with him in his surgery for the whole month Cool congratulations Dr Gregg keep up the great work.

So come in and check out your Redcliffe Dentist wombat.

You can book an appointment on 3284 4281 we are looking forward to seeing your smiling face

 
Some more fun facts from your Redcliffe Dentist

Some more fun facts from you Redcliffe Dentist

* The common practice of placing a cap on your toothbrush is actually more detrimental–bacteria favor the moist environment, which increases reproduction.

* In China, in 1498, the first toothbrush with bristles was made, using hair from hogs, horses, and badgers. The first official commercial toothbrush was manufactured in 1938.

* A snail’s mouth is no larger than the head of a pin, but can contain over 25,000 teeth!

* In early America, blacksmiths often also served as dentists. How about a tooth filling to go with your new horse shoes?!

* In Egypt, mummies have been found with fillings comprised of resin and malachite, and gold wire was used to bind together loose teeth.

* The Romans, in 200 AD, used pretty impressive dental technology! They restored cavity-ridden teeth with gold crowns, and utilized fixed bridgework to fix gaps from missing teeth. They also used a form of toothpaste concocted from honey and crushed eggshells.

If you would like to book in for an appointment please feel free to call us on 3284281 and come and meet our friendly team at John Street Dental, Redcliffe.Cool

 
New rennovatation complete at your Redcliffe Dentist

Our rennovation is now complete at 116 John Street Redcliffe!

Come on in and enjoy our new fresh reception soon.

Sincerely,

Peta Hooper - John Street Dental Redcliffe, your Redcliffe Dentist.

 
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