Resources and Information to Keep You Smiling
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- If a tooth is knocked out, rinse with clean water and try to put it back in the socket. If it’s not possible to put the tooth back in the socket, you can store it in milk. Ideally the tooth needs to be put back into the socket within an hour.
- What is calculus and what dangers does it pose to your oral health?
Calculus (also referred to as tartar) is a calcified, hardened form of dental plaque. When plaque and bacteria are left on your teeth for too long it begins to harden on the teeth and the result is calculus that can only be removed by your dentist or hygienist as it is too thick to remove with a simple tooth brush or floss.