Calendar January 29, 2020 23:45

A dental emergency is teeth related issue and supporting areas in a tooth are of high importance that is to be treated by a dentist emergency as soon as possible.  A tooth does not always involve pain and also it is a problem to be looked at quickly by the dentist. Pain can originate from the surrounding areas of the mouth region. Depending on the type of pain, the dentist gives a treatment according to that. Infections are caused due to bacteria, fungi, viruses, fractures in gums, dental restoration, etc. A dental emergency should be treated with the help of an experienced professional doctor to protect your teeth from danger. 

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Precautions are taken to avoid injury and minor accident to teeth

  1. Cover your mouth with a mouthguard while you are participating in a sports event in school or college.
  2. Avoid chewing bubble gum that will cause much damage to your teeth and it also makes the teeth to fall soon.
  3. Avoid eating cold items like ice cream, milkshakes, cold coffee, cold drinks, and popcorn. 
  4. Do not eat the hard type of candies that can crack your tooth and gives a way for the bacteria to grow.
  5. Use a knife or scissors to cut the things, not use your teeth.

Some of the addressable tips for dental emergencies

  • For a knocked-out tooth in the permanent or adult, it will moist all times that make you feel uncomfortable. You can place another tooth in the place of the old tooth by a simple root canal treatment without any pain. Dentist emergency will seal a cement piece in the place of the tooth in a first sitting. In a second sitting, the dentist will clean the surrounding areas of root and fix a new tooth in that gap.
  • For a damaged tooth, rinse your mouth with cold water and clean your mouth well. 
  • If you bite your lip or tongue in any case, clean that area in cold water and apply cold compress gel.
  • Brush twice a day to remove food that is caught between the gums in the teeth. Remove it with a brush or any smooth equipment, not try to use hard and sharp types of equipment that will cause damage to your teeth and crack your teeth.
  • If you want to remove objects that stuck in the mouth, use floss to remove.

Signs of emergency dental care

Severe toothache

It is a common sign of a dental emergency. It’s time to visit your dentist and get an immediate solution from the relief of toothache. If you have a minor problem in the tooth you can get a treatment in a home with a few options. If you have a major problem in the tooth, then you have to go to a dentist for a permanent best solution to get relief from ache. You should visit your dentist soon. Dental clinics with special hours and special days are there to provide the best emergency dental to your needs. 

Swollen jaw

 A swollen jaw is a serious sign of a dental emergency. If you feel any bad taste in your mouth or tongue, high fever, trouble breathing, risk in swallowing food, then you should immediately seek a dentist. 

 Bleeding gums

 Bleeding in the gums is called gingivitis. If your gum is bleeding heavily and swelling occurs then get a guide from dentist emergency for prevention of bleeding.

Canker sores

The concern of sores is due to a dozen times and it causes lingering. If you experience a sore in your mouth and it is not recovering for more than two weeks it is a serious sign of dental emergency and you have to seek a dentist emergency as soon as possible.

Posted January 29, 2020 23:45