ANTHONY DILLARD, DDS

What to Do If Your Filling Falls Out: 6 Simple Steps

January 27, 2023

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Concerned woman visiting her emergency dentist and touching jaw

The fillings used to repair cavities can eventually come loose and fall out. It might be due to decay or trauma, but it may also simply be the result of wear and tear. No matter the reason, a lost filling is a dental issue that needs to be addressed as quickly as possible. If your filling falls out, follow the 6 steps listed below to keep the situation under control and protect your smile.

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Can Veneers Cause Tooth Sensitivity?

December 1, 2022

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a closeup of a patient receiving veneers in Carrollton

It’s estimated that the demand for cosmetic dentistry in the US has doubled within the last five years, meaning that more patients than ever before are opting to enhance their pearly whites and obtain the smile of their dreams! And one popular way that people are doing this is with the help of veneers—but can this incredible solution cause your teeth to feel sensitive? Here’s what you need to know about veneers in Carrollton and some tips for managing the sensitivity that sometimes results from them.

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What to Do If Your Dental Bridge Fell Out 

August 4, 2022

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dental bridge 3D illustration

“The bridge is out! The bridge is out!” To many people, that is a quote by Arnold Schwarzenegger’s character in the 1994 summer blockbuster True Lies. Well, at least action movie enthusiasts over age 40 will probably get the reference. If the bridge is out in your real life, however, you could be facing a dental emergency! A dental bridge connects to your natural teeth on both sides – filling in the gap with custom-fitted false teeth. They are strong, reliable, and look very natural in most cases. Keep reading to learn from your emergency dentist potential reasons why your dental bridge in Carrollton fell out, as well as how to respond.

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