Dental emergencies

What Causes a Toothache?

causes of a toothache

Do you have pain in your tooth? Toothaches can happen suddenly or develop over time and they may be an intermittent or constant pain. Finding out why your tooth hurts can be the key to making the pain go away.[1] Some of the most common reasons for toothache are: Tooth decay If you don't take goo... Continue reading

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What to Do If Your Tooth Gets Knocked Out

missing tooth

Losing a tooth can be scary, but trying to stay calm and knowing how to act could make all the difference to saving the tooth. While a knocked-out tooth can't always be reattached, if it's still intact and you can see a dentist within 30 to 60 minutes, there's a chance it could be restored.[1] Can ... Continue reading

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What Should I Do in a Dental Emergency?

Dental emergency tips

A dental emergency can happen any time, so it's important to be prepared. Knowing what to do in an emergency situation could greatly improve your chances of recovery and lower your risk of infections and other complications. If you've had a dental emergency in Noosa, call the Tewantin Dental team s... Continue reading

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Protect your teeth from sports-related injury with a custom made mouth guard from Tewantin Dental Centre

mouth guards

If you play any contact sport then you will be familiar with mouth guards. They are plastic guards, usually worn over the mouth and lips during sporting activities such as rugby, soccer and hockey, to protect the teeth from damage. Every year mouth guards are estimated to prevent more than 200,000 ... Continue reading

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