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DENTISTRY CLINIC OFFICIALS are urging the public to get their teeth fixed today, saying it is crucial to keep the dental health of people of all ages healthy.
“The American Dental Association is urging everyone to get a root canal today, it’s one of the safest ways to protect yourself and the health of your teeth,” said Dental Emergency Services spokesperson Dr. Kelly Cottrell.
“We know the dental crisis is a national crisis, and it’s a health crisis too.
We know that if you’re having a root canals, you’re at greater risk of getting cavities and tooth decay.
This is the most important thing you can do right now.”
The DHA also encourages people to get tested before and after getting a root.
The test can help diagnose cavities early on, so people can get the right care, before they’re at risk for the complications associated with a dental emergency.
If you or anyone you know has a dental crisis, call the DHA’s toll-free dental crisis line at 1-888-DENT-DETECT (1-888, 888-834-3688).
The DCA recommends dentists get their patients checked for cavities after a root, as well as any other problems.
Dental emergency services is also working to increase the number of dental emergencies being handled by Dental Crisis Intervention Teams, which help people in the emergency care of a dentist or dentist assistant.
The teams are trained to get dental appointments within 48 hours.
Dental emergency is the first step in getting treatment for a dental problem, but many people have to wait until a crisis occurs for an emergency treatment.
The DFA also said dentists in the U.S. should use the same precautions as people who have dental problems, such as wearing protective gear and keeping cool during hot weather.