Dental Decay - From the desk of Dr James Rhode DDS

 

The Irish novelist and poet, James Joyce, once said, “My mouth is full of decayed teeth and my soul of decayed ambitions.”

Mr. Joyce should have paid a visit to the Best Dentist in Lower Bucks County for a painless evaluation of his decayed teeth. Dental decay begins with the bacteria that thrive in the oral cavity. According to WebMD, the tooth decay will result in mouth pain, infection and eventual tooth loss. James Rhode DDS could have provided Mr. Joyce with an evaluation and a plan of action to restore his smile. That action plan might have included tooth colored fillings, metal free crowns or the painless removal of the decayed teeth and the installation of dental implants.

Sadly the 20th Century novelist and poet’s ambitions decayed along with his teeth.

While it is too late for the Irish poet who left us in 1941, it is never too late for you to contact the Best Dentist in Lower Bucks County. James Rhode DDS has over 30 years of experience in painless and effective dentistry. He can eradicate dental decay preventing more severe problems that can ensue when the dental decay is left unattended.

You can reach James Rhode DDS at 215-396-9515 or you can also schedule an appointment on his website at: www.jamesrhodedds.com. His office is open for your convenience: Monday 9am - 7pm, Tuesday 8am - 2pm, Wednesday 9am - 7pm, Friday 8am - 2pm and Saturday 9am - 2pm. You can also follow James Rhode DDS on Facebook and visit his website for the latest specials and refer-a-friend bonuses.

The National Institutes of Health states, “Tooth decay is a common disorder, second only to the common cold.” The difference is that when you have a common cold it is accompanied with symptoms (stuffy nose, cough, sneezing, etc) On the other hand, dental decay often begins as a stealth attack and there are no symptoms until the decay has progressed to a cavity. Untreated decay will lead to tooth loss and implants or dentures are the only way to restore a full dental profile.

Treating dental decay is made easier knowing that James Rhode DDS is just a phone call away.

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