Category: Dental Emergencies

Am I a Candidate for the Dental Implant Procedure?

Tucson Dental Implants Dr. Dirk A Newman Newman Dental. General, Cosmetic, Restorative, Preventative Dentistry Dentist in Tucson, AZ 85712

You are not alone if you are missing a tooth. Tucson dental implants are one of the most popular ways to replace missing teeth. They’re becoming increasingly popular because they are a great way to restore your smile and confidence. And Newman Dental provides the best quality dental implants in Tucson, Arizona. If you are… Read more »

Can Your Dentures Affect Your Nutrition?

Tucson dentures Dr. Dirk A Newman Newman Dental. General, Cosmetic, Restorative, Preventative Dentistry Dentist in Tucson, AZ 85712

Dentures can make it challenging to eat the nutritious foods you love if they are not designed correctly or if they develop a problem over time. We can help you avoid these problems and love your dentures. Our quality Tucson Dentures are designed with you in mind. We know that every patient is different, so… Read more »

What to do if You Have a Broken Tooth

What to do if You Have a Broken Tooth Dr. Dirk A Newman Newman Dental. General, Cosmetic, Restorative, Preventative Dentistry Dentist in Tucson, AZ 85712

Although teeth are one of the most complex components of our bodies, we rarely worry about breaking or cracking. However, anyone who has had a tooth broken or cracked knows how painful it can be. Breaking a tooth may seem like a significant concern because of what it can do to your smile’s appearance. On… Read more »

Emergency Dental in Tucson, Arizona

Despite all the time we put into perfecting our teeth, dental emergencies can still happen. Knowing what qualifies as a dental emergency and how to react to one is what can end up saving you a lot of time and money when it comes to restorative dentistry procedures. At Newman Dental in Tucson, Arizona, we… Read more »

What Patients Should Know About Dental Emergencies

While it is good for patients to know that emergency dental services are available to them, we certainly hope you never need to use this information! With that said, you may find yourself in need of treatment on short notice after an injury, or the onset of a toothache. If this occurs, know that your… Read more »

What To Do If You Need Emergency Dental Care

Are you prepared to arrange treatment if you experience a dental emergency? Being prepared to respond to an urgent dental problem is important, even though you should certainly hope you never need to arrange this kind of care. At our Tucson, AZ dentist’s office, we are ready to see patients when problems arise that call… Read more »

What Kind Of Care Can I Expect During A Dental Emergency?

At regular six months intervals, patients can receive important feedback about the condition of their smile during a routine dental exam. Through these exams, your Tucson, AZ dentist can identify signs of problems that should be addressed through restorative dental work before they become too serious. Unfortunately, some problems are not caught early, or they… Read more »

Should I Book An Emergency Dental Visit Over A Toothache?

If there is no physical damage to worry about, it can sometimes be hard to tell if your aching tooth calls for an emergency dental appointment. What you should know is that pain without an obvious cause can be a sign that an infection has developed. If this is the case, the tooth is in… Read more »

What To Do In A Dental Emergency

At the moment, our office is currently closed to general, preventive, and elective procedures, such as cosmetic dentistry. However, your Tucson, AZ, dentist can still address dental emergencies as they arise, protecting your smile from worsening discomfort and complications. In today’s blog, we’re looking at common situations that call for treatment, and what your initial… Read more »

Do I Have A Dental Emergency?

While we’re closed for preventive, general, and cosmetic treatments, our team is still helping Tucson, AZ, residents with emergency dental needs. In today’s blog, we’re looking at common emergency situations, and how your response could help limit discomfort. We’re also explaining when you should contact our team for an appointment.