Sponsored content: ‘Tooth Be Told’ – Murphy’s Law always rules

Murphy’s Law is an axiom that states that if some-thing can go wrong, it will go wrong.

It seems that when it comes to tooth problems, Murphy's Law always rules. Toothaches seem to come right before you get on that plane for vacation, or just before Thanksgiving dinner when guests have arrived. In other words, just about any time that might be a time when a dentist is not available to help you with your problem.

Here are some tips to avoid this pitfall.

First, pay attention to the early signs of dental problems - they typically start out as mild symptoms and progress to something worse.

Second, avoid habits that can be harmful to the teeth like using them as tools to bite fishing line or open bottle tops.

Finally, try to complete treatment that has been pre-viously recommended by the dentist.

When things do take a turn for the worse, we are here to help. With two doctors now at Two Rivers Dentistry, we are now able to respond more quickly to urgent needs and see patients on an expanded schedule, which includes Fridays until 5 p.m.


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