Any injury to your teeth, gums or in your mouth that requires immediate professional care can be termed as a dental emergency. A dental emergency can occur anytime. You may have fallen down and cracked your tooth or may have chewed on something really hard that broke your tooth. Because such injuries cannot be treated at home, you must immediately book a dental emergency appointment with a dental care service like us.
What Constitutes a Dental Emergency?
As mentioned above, any injury to your teeth or gums or inside your mouth that causes unbearable pain, which cannot be treated with home remedies constitutes a dental emergency. Moreover, any issue with your dental devices such as braces, crowns, dentures, bridges, or dental implants is also a dental emergency. Here is a list of incidences when you require a dental emergency.
A dental emergency can be frightening and often painful. You cannot avoid it and without a prompt treatment, the pain and risk to your oral and overall health often elevate. Hence, it is best to immediately consult an emergency dental care service during such an event.
Book a Dental Emergency with Us
Any unbearable pain in the tooth, gums or mouth may be a result of a dental emergency. You may not always face an extrinsic injury. A dental emergency may also be at the root of your teeth and not visible until it turns serious. Avoiding a dental emergency can lead to potential oral problems. A cracked tooth may have done potential damage to the root nerves. Similarly, a broken tooth left untreated may cause infections, crowding, and other dental problems. Hence, professional care is vital during a dental emergency. Emergency Dental Clinic specializes in providing emergency dental care services. We are available any time of the day to help you overcome your oral health problems. In events when your oral health is at risk, you can contact us and we will do our best to treat it as soon as possible. You can book a dental emergency with us by either submitting a form or telephoning us. We will be quick to respond and ensure you get immediate treatment for your dental emergency.