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Dental damage can be direct or indirect. It depends on what happened and how forceful the impact was to the victim.
Direct dental injuries happen when the head or mouth strikes or is struck by an object. Indirect dental injuries happen if you had your mouth open during the accident causing it to abruptly close.
If the force is great enough, your lower jaws teeth can be crushed by your upper teeth.
No matter what type of dental damage happened to you, it will be painful. What treatment you need depends on the extent of the injury and how many teeth were affected.
We have a strong team of specialist, who are passionate about people and dentistry.
We never rush our patients and want to ensure that we have the time to answer all your questions and address any concerns.
We believe it is more important to demonstrate our mission to you with our actions, rather than formally state it in words.
We want to help people and save the world. But more importantly, we want to challenge the status quo of what a patient experience should be and figure out new ways to make it better.
Our core values are something we created as a team and are committed too in the way we conduct ourselves, and identify the culture of our business.
Our purpose is to provide superior healthcare, where patients choose to come and the team loves to work.