Posted by Kennedy Heights Dental Centre on Aug 14 2022, 11:22 PM
A dental emergency is any dental problem that requires prompt treatment. These problems can range in severity but should always be treated as soon as possible.
Time is of the essence when it comes to treating a dental emergency. Dental problems, like knocked-out teeth, abscesses, or serious toothache, are painful and need to be treated as soon as possible. Failing to treat dental emergencies can lead to tooth loss, ongoing pain, and an increased risk of infections.
A dental emergency can be painful and stressful. It can happen in the middle of the night, and it can prevent you from going to work or taking care of your child. However, an emergency also needs to be treated quickly, so the situation doesn't get worse. Immediate treatment can help you avoid the need for more aggressive treatment, such as extractions.
When a dental emergency occurs, it is important to seek out immediate treatment. Here are the reasons why you should deal with a dental emergency quickly:
If a tooth is knocked out, it needs to be put back into place as soon as possible. For children, salvaging the tooth and putting it back into the socket is the best option. For adults, the dentist may be able to put the tooth back in place. Once an adult tooth has been knocked out, the risk of it needing to be replaced increases significantly. If a dentist is able to put the tooth back into the socket, it will need to be monitored to make sure that it is healing properly.
When a tooth is knocked out, you will most likely feel some pain. A tooth that is broken and left untreated may also cause pain. When an abscess forms, it can also cause extreme pain.
When a tooth gets knocked out, the mouth becomes vulnerable to infection. The bacteria in the mouth can enter the bloodstream, causing patients with knocked-out teeth to develop swelling, fever, and a general feeling of being unwell.
If you call your dentist as soon as you experience a dental emergency, such as a broken tooth, your dentist may be able to save the tooth. In many cases, dentists can repair damaged teeth with composite fillings, dental crowns, or root canal therapy. The sooner your dentist is able to begin treatment, the better chance you have of saving the tooth. At Kennedy Heights Dental Centre, we offer emergency dental care to patients in and around Surrey VW3, V4N, V4P, Langley V3A, V2Y 1A2, and New Westminster V3L, V3K 0M4.
At Kennedy Heights Dental Centre, we strive to provide our patients with a positive and relaxing experience. If you're ready to experience the best dental care, please contact us at 778.438.2084. or visit us at 11960 88 Ave, Delta, BC V4C 3C8.
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