Emergency Care At Your Fingertips

Emergency Care At Your Fingertips

When you suffer from a tooth injury, dental attention should be sought, immediately. Whether you accidentally chip your tooth, or you’re an avid sports player and a dental issue rises, you will need a doctor to be open for your treatment.

Emergency dental treatment may be a thought that has never crossed your mind, as dental issues most likely turn up every once in a blue moon. The important thing to remember is to know of an emergency dental specialist and keep their phone number on hand, for any of those rogue dental problems.

You should never leave your dental issue left untreated or checked, because you don’t know the extent of what the issue could cause. For instance, if you are a hockey player, and your tooth gets knocked out, it may seem normal to you and just part of the sport. In actuality, without being examined by a dental professional, your jawbone could have experienced trauma as well as your soft tissue in the oral cavity. When an injury happens, such as a tooth being extracted unexpectedly, your dentist will be able to do an oral examination and ensure everything is just fine with the site, as well as give you options for a replacement tooth.

When you experience an unexpected dental issue, the more moderate problems normally include damage to the dentin, pulp, and even the enamel.  These fractures can be nothing to worry about at times, yet painful with other cases. In cases where pulp damage has occurred, the dentist may need to do a root canal or other type of serious surgery to repair the tooth.

Always keep an emergency dental contact on hand. If you are not sure if your general dentist has emergency hours, contact the office. Your dentist office staff will be able to provide you with any and all information surrounding hours of operation, and if emergency hours exist.

Whenever you encounter a dental emergency, you shouldn’t hesitate to contact your dental provider immediately.  Your dentist will be able to assist you, fix the problem, and stop the pain. Dental emergencies can happen at any time, and to anyone; your dentist will know exactly how to handle the situation. 

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