Chipping a Tooth – What to Do

School is just about out and summertime activities are set to begin. That means a lot of play and fun for kids of all ages. However, for some, that play can often lead to injury and the increased chance of chipping a tooth.

First Steps

Your son or daughter has chipped a tooth. What should you do? The first step is to see if you can find the broken piece. Often, chip fragments can be bonded back onto the tooth. Of course the tooth should be evaluated and repaired as soon as possible. Short of life threatening injuries (more…)

Over 50? Follow These Dental Care Tips

Judith Ann Jones, DDS, a spokeswoman for elder care at the American Dental Association, notes that people over age 50 are keeping their teeth longer than ever before. That’s good news for many people!

However, Dr. Jones also urges caution. As you age, it is common to see dental problems arise. You’ll want to maintain your regular dental visits and follow these dental care tips, especially if you’re aged 50 or older.
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Spring Cleaning Tips from Your Dentist

Show your Spring season smile with our Spring cleaning tips.Spring is here. And typical for this time of year are all the lists of Spring cleaning and maintenance tips that pop up for just about everything you can imagine – your car, home, roof, etc. Well, at David Buran Dentistry, we, too have a few Spring cleaning tips to offer. We really just want you to have the healthy Spring smile that you deserve.

Keep Your Mouth Clean with These Spring Cleaning Tips

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How to Prevent Tooth Decay in 5 Easy Steps

A toothache is no fun. In fact, some say toothache pain can be excruciating. Perhaps the best plan of action to stop toothache pain is to learn how to prevent tooth decay. Follow these 5 easy steps to prevent tooth decay and toothaches all year long.

1. Limit Sodas and Sugary Foods

Sugar and soda harm teeth more than other substances! Limit intake of these things and try to brush or rinse after any type of snacks. This will reduce the amount of bacteria teeth are exposed to, and help prevent cavities.

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