Details for DR JOHN ADAMS/ FRED FAMILY DENTAL - Ad from 2019-10-09


Dr. John S. Adams, DDS

When do I know if I need to see a
dentist for tooth problems?
Good question! There are a
number of things that can signal
you to come in and see a dentist
right away. Most the time these
symptoms are signs of a
problem that needs treatment.
Also, dental problems need to
be resolved sooner rather than
later - they don’t magically heal
themselves and only get worse
with time unless treated
If you or a loved one have any of
contact your local dental office.
- Soreness in teeth or gums
- Difficulty chewing
- Broken tooth
- Mouth sores
- Jaw pain

- Redness
- Dry mouth
- Swollen face or gums
- Tooth sensitivity
- Broken teeth
- Bad breath or a continuous
bad taste in your mouth
- Bleeding, reddened gums
If you are facing these
symptoms it is important to
have a dental checkup to find
the source of the problem and
make sure it is addressed before
it worsens.
For more information contact
your local dental office.


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