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Warning Signs of Serious Dental Problems

It’s important not to ignore oral health issues because they indicate something is wrong that needs treatment! Let us know if you're experiencing any of the following:

1. Toothache

Sometimes a toothache is simply caused by a pesky popcorn kernel or piece of spinach stuck between your teeth. But other times, a toothache means you have advanced tooth decay or a tooth infection that requires root canal therapy. You may also have an impacted wisdom tooth.

2. Bleeding or Sore Gums

Sore or bleeding gums can be a warning sign of early-stage gum disease. Gingivitis, characterized by mild gum inflammation and irritation, is the initial and reversible stage of gum disease. Advanced ...

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Dental Symptoms You Should Never Ignore

dental symptoms you should not ignore woman with tooth pain

At North River Dental Care, we know there are a lot of reasons why people might put off seeing the dentist. Work, life, kids, and stress… there never seems to be enough time in the day! But even with everything else you have going on in your life, there are certain dental and oral symptoms that you should never ignore. We’re here to help you prioritize your dental health and wellbeing by providing insight into these dental warning signs and symptoms.

Throbbing Pain: If you are experiencing intense, throbbing pain localized to one of your teeth, it is a possible sign of damage to your tooth’s nerve. The danger is that ...

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Do you know what to do in a dental emergency?

At North River Dental Care in Fredericksburg, VA, Dr. Bailey and his staff offer comprehensive dental care for patients of all ages. If you suffer a dental emergency, we are here to help you find relief in a comfortable and timely manner. Dental emergencies seem to happen when we least expect them. However, that doesn’t mean you can’t be prepared! Below are our tips for what to do in a dental emergency. Whether you have a tumble on the playground, a mishap in your kickboxing class, or simply a troublesome toothache, we can help you feel prepared.

Stay Calm

stay calm during a dental emergency

In any emergency, ...

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