EMERGENCY DENTAL TREATMENT
We have a lot of expertise handling all types of urgent dental problems. You can get in touch with us directly, and we also accept referrals from other dentists and medical facilities.
We will evaluate your emergency and offer immediate assistance. You could need additional evaluations or care from other specialties, such as dental, medical, on-call doctors, specialists, or hospitals.
Please get in touch with us if you’re experiencing discomfort or an emergency, such as a broken or chipped tooth, an abscess, swelling, wisdom tooth pain, post-surgical pain, jaw locking, uncomfortable braces issues, assault, or a sports injury.
We typically see dental emergencies in adults and adolescents, and we treat trauma situations like knocked-out teeth in children.
With gentle finger pressure, realign a tooth that has been moved inward or outward to its proper alignment. Not by force. To hold the tooth in place, use gauze or a moistened towel. Within 30 minutes of an injury, visit a dentist.
Soft Tissue Injuries
internal cheek, lip, or tongue tears, cuts, or punctures. Cleanse and treat right away at an emergency room or urgent care facility. Clean the region under running water to stop bleeding in soft tissues, such as the tongue, and then apply pressure with gauze or cotton wool for five minutes. To move the tongue forward, if necessary.
Take an over-the-counter pain reliever if necessary until you can visit your dentist. Do not wait. Eat soft foods and brush and floss to remove affected foods.
Consult a dentist if the mouth ulcer doesn’t cure in 10 days. Keep aspirin away from the ulcer. To ease discomfort, a pharmacist may suggest a topical beauty product.
With the use of a sandpaper disc, a dentist can smooth out little cracks. More comprehensive treatment may be necessary for moderate to severe fractures. Find a fractured tooth fragment, put it in a glass of water, and bring it to the dentist. It might be able to use a dental adhesive filling material to reattach it to the tooth.