Be prepared for dental emergencies and keep your smile healthy and pain-free!
Emergency dentistry is another branch of dentistry that provides immediate dental care and treatment for sudden and unexpected dental emergencies. These emergencies can range from severe toothaches, broken teeth, and knocked-out teeth to abscesses, gum infections, and other dental injuries.
Our emergency dentists are trained to diagnose and treat a wide range of dental emergencies quickly and effectively. They have the necessary tools and expertise to provide prompt relief from pain and discomfort, and to avoid further damage to the teeth and gums.
If you are experiencing a dental emergency, it is important to seek immediate treatment from an emergency dentist. Delaying treatment can lead to further complications and can increase the risk of permanent damage to your teeth and gums. You contact our emergency dentists or apply to your local hospital for a referral.
There are several types of dental emergencies that require immediate attention from an emergency dentist. The most common types of dental emergencies include:
Toothaches: Severe toothaches accompanied by swelling, fever, and other symptoms may indicate a dental infection requiring immediate treatment.
Chipped or Broken Teeth: Broken or chipped teeth can be painful and may require immediate treatment to prevent further damage.
Knocked-Out Teeth: If a tooth has been completely knocked out, it is important to see an emergency dentist as soon as possible. The tooth may be able to be saved if it is re-implanted within a certain timeframe.
Gum Infections: Gum infections can cause severe pain and swelling and require immediate treatment to prevent further complications.
Broken Dentures or Lost Fillings: While not as urgent as other dental emergencies, broken dentures or lost fillings can cause discomfort and may require emergency treatment.
Oral Injuries: Oral injuries, such as cuts or lacerations to the mouth or tongue, may require immediate medical attention to stop bleeding and prevent infection.
Abscesses: Dental abscesses are serious infections that can cause severe pain, swelling, and fever. Immediate treatment is necessary to prevent the infection from spreading.
It is important to note that any dental issue that causes severe pain, swelling, or bleeding should be considered a dental emergency and should be addressed promptly by an emergency dentist.
We are ready to treat a variety of traumatic dental injuries.
Please, contact us for assistance.