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The sudden toothache that wakes you up in the middle of the night. The crunchy snack that chips a tooth or dislodges a filling. The sudden mishap that knocks out a tooth. Okay, maybe we haven’t all experienced accidentally losing a tooth, but we all know it can happen easily and without warning.
Any of these can mean pain, discomfort and difficulty with normal activities like eating, drinking, sleeping, even breathing.
But, what else do dental emergencies have in common?
Anxiety – worry – concern – It’s natural. Many people don’t know what to do when faced with a dental emergency.
So many questions – but in an emergency, you should know where to look for the answers.
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Knocked out tooth
If the knocked-out tooth is an adult (or permanent) tooth, your dentist may be able to put it back. You must act quickly. If the tooth is put back in place within 10 minutes, it has a fair chance of taking root again. After 2 hours, the chances are poor.
If the tooth looks clean, put it back in its place (its socket). If this is not possible, or if there's a chance that the tooth might be swallowed, put it in a container of cold milk. Go to your dentist, or to the nearest dentist, right away. If you get help within ten minutes, there is a fair chance that the tooth will take root again.
Badly bitten lip or tongue
If there is bleeding, press down on the part of the mouth that is bleeding. Use a clean cloth to do this. If the lip is swollen, use an ice pack to keep the swelling down. If the bleeding does not stop, go to Emergency at a hospital right away.
Something stuck between teeth
First, try using dental floss, very gently and carefully, to remove the object. Never poke between your teeth with a pin or similar sharp, pointy object; it can cut your gums or scratch the tooth surface. If you can't get the object out, see your dentist.
First call your dentist. Explain your symptoms and ask to be seen as soon as possible. Then ease the pain. Take an over-the-counter pain medicine that works for you, but do not put the pills on your sore tooth. Hold an ice pack against your face at the spot of the sore tooth.
Do not put a heating pad, a hot water bottle, or any other source of heat on your jaw. Heat will make things worse instead of better.
Chipped or broken tooth
Broken teeth can almost always be saved. Call your dentist and explain what happened. He or she will see you right away. If it's a small break, your dentist may use a white filling to fix the tooth. If the break is serious, a root canal may be needed. Your tooth may also need a crown (also called a cap).
Put a piece of softened sugarless chewing gum in the spot where the filling was lost. This will protect the area for a short period of time. See a dentist as soon as possible.
Although many dental emergencies involve pain, a large number of emergencies are pain-free. If you have lost a filling, but aren’t feeling any pain, it may still constitute a dental emergency. Our dentists treat dental emergencies based on cosmetic and health concerns.
The most common dental emergencies include the following:
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From Halifax to Toronto to Edmonton All The Way Up-to Victoria
Clean any irritating debris from your mouth by rinsing with warm water; if possible, floss gently to remove any particles from between teeth. A cold compress on the cheek and ibuprofen may also help relieve pain. If your toothache is so severe that you are unable to sleep or bite down, or if over-the-counter medications are not helping to reduce pain, you should seek immediate treatment.
Broken Teeth or Partially Dislodged Teeth:
Rinse gently and recover any pieces you can. Stop any bleeding by holding clean gauze to the source of bleeding. If there is pain or swelling, apply a cold compress outside the mouth. Seek immediate treatment.
Seek immediate treatment! Your tooth may be saved if the dentist can replace it in the socket within an hour.
If the tooth has fallen out of your mouth, hold the tooth by the top, rinse it gently and try to place it back into the socket (don’t push). If it doesn’t slip back into place, fill a small pillbox or other clean container with a little milk or lightly salted water, put the tooth in it and take it with you to the dentist.
Call your dentist and seek immediate treatment. Put the dislodged crown in a small plastic bag and take it with you to the dentist. If you are in pain, stop at the pharmacy and pick up a little clove oil (available in the dental aisle under many brand names). Dab a little of the oil on the tooth for pain relief.
Loose or Lost Fillings:
A small wad of sugar-free gum can be placed in the open cavity until you get to the dentist. Make sure the gum is sugar-free; any other kind will cause pain.
Some of dental emergency services that we provide include:
Dental emergencies can occur during hockey, football, and other contact sports. If you've suffered a broken tooth or have had a tooth knocked out, it's important to contact a dentist immediately. If your tooth has been knocked out, try to gently insert it into the socket and hold it there until you reach the dentist's office. If you are unable to do so, place the tooth in a glass of milk and bring it with you to a dentist as quickly as possible.
Dental injuries can also occur at times when and places where they're least expected. Sometimes an individual may suddenly feel severe pain and have no idea why. In many of these cases, the individual has suffered a cracked tooth. This condition can be caused by a number of factors such as teeth grinding, wear and tear, and uneven chewing pressure.
Dental emergencies are critical since they are capable of damaging living tissues in the oral cavity. Patients should approach a dentist when they go through any sort of pain in the tooth, gums or the mouth as a whole. Dental treatment can protect the oral cavity from infection which, if left untreated, can spread to other parts of the head during the later stages. Even a knocked off natural tooth can be saved if it is taken to the dentist immediately.
Cities We Service In Canada
Cape Breton, NS Charlottetown, PE
Chatham-Kent, ON Chilliwack, BC
Grande Prairie, AB
Halton Hills, ON
Kawartha Lakes, ON Kelowna, BC
Maple Ridge, BC
Medicine Hat, AB
New Glascow, NS
New Westminster, BC Newmarket, ON
Niagara Falls, ON
Norfolk County, ON
North Bay, ON
North Vancouver, BC Oakville, ON
Port Coquitlam, BC
Prince George, BC
Red Deer, AB
Richmond Hill, ON Richmond, BC
Saint John, NB
Sault Ste. Marie, ON
St. Albert, AB
St. Catharines, ON
St. John’s, NL
Strathcona County, AB Sudbury, ON
Thundery Bay, ON
Wood Buffalo, AB
CITIES WE SERVICE IN USA
CITIES WE SERVICE IN Australia
Adelaide, South Australia
Albany, Western Australia
Albury-Wodonga, NSW, Victoria
Alice Springs, Northern Territory
Bacchus Marsh, Victoria
Batemans Bay, NSW
Busselton, Western Australia
Camden Haven, New South Wales
Central Coast, NSW
Darwin, Northern Territory
Esperance, Western Australia
Gold Coast, NSW
Hervey Bay, Queensland
Kalgoorlie, Western Australia
Karratha, Western Australia
Mount Gambier, South Australia
Mount Isa, Queensland
Nelson Bay, NSW
Perth, Western Australia
Port Augusta, South Australia
Port Hedland, Western Australia
Port Lincoln, South Australia
Port Macquarie, NSW
Port Pirie, South Australia
St Georges Basin, NSW
Sunshine Coast, Queensland
Swan Hill, Victoria
Victor Harbor, S. Australia
Wagga Wagga, NSW
Whyalla, S. Australia
Yanchep, Western Australia
Most offices are open seven days a week from 9am to 9pm. Our clinics offers same-day appointments, and we can usually treat walk in patients.
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