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Why Should You Be Concerned For Your Dental Injury?

Dr. Michael V. Bleyzer's Pomona dental practice can handle a patient's dental needs, including emergency dental treatment!

Dr. Michael V. Bleyzer's Pomona dental practice can handle a patient's dental needs, including emergency dental treatment!

    POMONA, NY, May 18, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ -- What is considered a dental emergency? It's any injury that disturbs the foundation of a tooth, whether by decay or dental trauma. Some common dental emergencies include: tooth infection, knocked-out tooth, lost filling, tooth decay, abscess, broken braces and so forth. Some are more serious than others, but they all need to be seen in a timely manner to prevent tooth loss and serious damage to the mouth's soft tissue.

The word "emergency" means to call for immediate action, and any dental injury caused by trauma or decay needs to be looked at by a dental professional as soon as possible. Without proper care of the natural tooth, the opportunity to restore that tooth could be long gone, resulting in an extraction or tooth loss.

To stop that from happening, Dr. Bleyzer utilizes a number of services for emergency situations, such as fillings (decay), root canal therapy (abscess, tooth infection) and implant-supported crowns and bridges (knocked-out tooth).

"We hope the best for all of our patients, and we try to keep dental problems at bay with preventative care, but accidents happen. Dentistry has learned to adapt to dental emergencies and unhealthy teeth, which is why emergency care and restorative services are in high demand right now," says Dr. Bleyzer, Pomona dentist.

While you might not be able to avoid dental trauma, you can lessen your chances of tooth decay and infection by visiting the dentist bi-annually. A regular dental checkup is intended to keep cavities at bay as well as ensure your gums are healthy.

It doesn't take long for plaque bacteria to buildup on the teeth and near the gumline, so regular dental cleanings will remove any plaque you haven't been able to remove with regular brushing and flossing.

To schedule an appointment with Dr. Bleyzer's Stony Point and Pomona area dentistry office, call (845) 429-8060. Dr. Bleyzer and staff are now accepting new patients.

About Dr. Michael V. Bleyzer, DDS:
Dr. Michael Bleyzer, dentist in Stony Point, received his Doctor of Dental Surgery Degree from New York University in 1989, where he also taught in the Department of Comprehensive Dentistry. Dr. Bleyzer successfully completed his Hospital General Practice Residency at a major teaching affiliate of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. Dr. Bleyzer is constantly involved in continuing education for which he was recognized by the New York State Dental Association. He has been an active member of the NYSDA and the ADA since 1990.

Media Contact:
Dr. Michael V. Bleyzer, DDS
[email protected]
14 Thiells Mt. Ivy Road
Pomona, NY 10970
(845) 429-8060

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