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Keizer, Oregon 97303
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December 2017
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November 2017
• Protecting Your Mouth from Tooth Sensitivity
• Five-Minute Whitening Options to Brighten Your Teeth at Home
• How to Protect Oral Tissues When a Tooth Gets Chipped


October 2017
• Straws Can Help Improve Pain in Your Mouth
• Do Not Ignore Sugar Sensitivity
• Helping to Protect Dental Crowns for Longevity


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How to Protect Oral Tissues When a Tooth Gets Chipped
Having a chipped tooth can be both painful and painless at the same time. Most small chips in your teeth are not painful at all. You may not even notice them at first. However, that chip wearing back and forth against your oral tissues can really cause a sore spot.

If you have a chipped tooth, come in and see us or your primary care dentist. One of the best options for helping protect your mouth is to have us dull the edges or fill the chip with dental bonding. Until you can get into our office, use a small bit of dental wax on the area. This can cover the jagged edge and protect your mouth until you can come in for treatment.





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