Mouth Ulcers and Bleeding Gums. How to treat them.

Although they can be very painful, most mouth ulcers will heal on there own within 7-10 days. Non healing ulcers or oral lesions present for more than 3 weeks should be assessed by a dentist or a doctor. Bleeding gums can often be a sign of gum disease and can often be present with no…

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Lost Crown, Lost filling, or broken tooth.

So you’ve been enjoying something delicious and all of a sudden felt something crunchy! Then you realise your tooth has broken or your crown has come off! What do you do when your dental practice is closed? What you need… If it is a crown, firstly check you still have the crown and keep it…

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How to manage Toothache…

If the tooth is extremely sensitive to hot or cold, antibiotics will not help. This is because the decay has to be removed and filled. Following these home measures can hopefully help manage symptoms, until you can be seen by your dentist. Painkillers Anti inflammatories such as ibuprofen can help reduce sensitivity from teeth. We…

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