Based on the guidelines published by the CDC, WHO and our professional organizations, the American Dental Association, and the New Hampshire Dental Society, effective March 17, 2020, we are delaying all elective procedures. We are doing everything to accommodate our patients as we plan to resume a normal schedule as soon as possible. While elective procedures are being delayed, we are remaining open for emergency care. Thank you for your understanding, during these difficult times.
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If you are like most people in this country, you have at least one dental filling. You can probably expect that filling to last for up to 10 years before it might start to fail by falling out or cracking. This means another trip to the dentist to either replace the filling or replace it with a dental crown, ...
Dental emergencies are uncomfortable and unexpected and the first thing to do is to remain calm. While emergencies never occur at convenient times your emergency dentist in Amherst, NH is always prepared to help. Here we'll discuss what you should do if your tooth gets chipped.
Small chips that are not painful will likely be able to be repaired with ...