To be clear, any dental issue that requires you to receive immediate dental treatment will be considered a dental emergency. For example, to stop bleeding, alleviate extreme pain, save a tooth, etc. This also applies to any life-threatening issues that may be a result of severe infections. If you suffer from these symptoms, you may be experiencing a dental emergency and you should contact a dentist as soon as possible!
Just because you need fast emergency care doesn’t mean you should settle for an uncomfortable or rushed diagnosis and treatment. Our state-of-the-art x-ray equipment delivers a fraction of the x-ray dosage conveyed by older-generation machines while giving better diagnostic films. With the help of it, we can quickly and accurately visualize what’s going on with your teeth and create an emergency treatment plan 100% personalized to your needs. You deserve nothing less.
In the event of a dental emergency, it’s always best to contact your dentist to see if they can fit you in immediately. This is so the issue can be examined and treated right away!
In general, you should know if there is a serious issue happening in your mouth. This may include bleeding, extreme pain, or discolouration. However, if you perceive something wrong, contact your dentist as soon as possible!
To prevent a dental emergency from occurring you simply need to maintain your teeth. It’s important to visit your dentist at least once a year so they can perform a routine checkup and cleaning. In doing so, your dentist can spot any issues before they become too severe. Also, simply brushing your teeth and flossing every day is the best way to keep your teeth in great condition!
In the event of a dental emergency, it’s important to stay calm. Most of all, don’t self-diagnose yourself, as this can put you in a bad state of mind. If you are experiencing any severe symptoms simply contact your dentist and they’ll let you know the next steps.
In general, most dental emergencies are caused when people fail to maintain the condition of their teeth. However, your ability to maintain your teeth may have nothing to do with the dental emergency you are experiencing. If so, make sure to contact your dentist right away!
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