What To Do If You Have A Dental Emergency

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Published on March 5, 2014

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8 Dental Emergencies and What You Need To Do: 8 Dental Emergencies and What You Need To Do The St James Dental Group Dental emergency : Dental emergency Dental emergency might not seem so much as an “emergency”. But if it is left untreated, it can result to a more serious condition – some are even life threatening. The St James Dental Group Alleviate the situation: Alleviate the situation So don’t take dental emergency for granted. When you encounter any of the following dental emergencies, do the corresponding tips to alleviate the situation. The St James Dental Group Knocked out tooth: Knocked out tooth Knocked out tooth Don’t be the dentist on this. If your tooth is knocked out, just wash the tooth with water gently. The St James Dental Group Don’t remove any tissue : Don’t remove any tissue Be sure you don’t remove any tissue attached to the tooth. The best thing to do after that is to place the tooth back into its socket if at all possible. The St James Dental Group Go straight to your dentist: Go straight to your dentist If not, get a glass of milk and place your tooth there. Go straight to your dentist. The St James Dental Group Reasons for a broken tooth : Reasons for a broken tooth Broken teeth A few examples of why you might encounter a broken tooth are: an accident, a fight, grossly decayed tooth or a weak tooth. The St James Dental Group A uncomfortable experience: A uncomfortable experience This can be an uncomfortable experience. To alleviate the pain before you can visit your dentist, just get warm water rinse your mouth, if there is any swelling, use a cold compress on your face to reduce the swelling. The St James Dental Group Washing your mouth :  Washing your mouth Toothache. There are a lot of factors that cause a toothache. When you feel the pain, start off by washing your mouth with warm water. The St James Dental Group Use a dental floss : Use a dental floss Then you can use a dental floss to remove any food particles trapped between the teeth of inside the gum. Contact your dentist if the pain won’t go away. The St James Dental Group Tooth Abscess : Tooth Abscess Dental abscess. You will know you have dental abscess if you can see some swelling on areas of your gums, like a pimple . Dental abscess can be dangerous if left untreated. The St James Dental Group Rinse your mouth : Rinse your mouth Use warm salted water to rinse your mouth and go to your dentist immediately. The St James Dental Group Broken jaw: Broken jaw Broken jaw. You might have a fight or you accidentally bump your jaw to the wall or any object, as long as there is swelling in this area it means that you have injured your jaw. The St James Dental Group Cold compress : Cold compress You need to use cold compress for the swelling. Don’t ignore this incident. Go to your dentist immediately. The St James Dental Group Trapped objects in teeth: Trapped objects in teeth Stuck object between teeth. Any object that gets trapped in between your teeth can easily damage your gum and teeth. The St James Dental Group Use dental floss : Use dental floss Use dental floss to remove it and not just any object. Go to your dentist if you are not able to get it out from between your teeth. The St James Dental Group Temporary filling material : Temporary filling material Broken filling. If your filling breaks off or falls out, then you can buy a temporary filling material or cement from any pharmacy and put it in the “hole” where the filling use to be and contact your dentist immediately. The St James Dental Group Use of sugarless gum : Use of sugarless gum You can also place a piece of sugarless gum there to cover the hole until you get to your dentist. The St James Dental Group Broken dental crowns: Broken dental crowns Broken dental crowns. If your dental crown came off, best is to call your dentist right away for an appointment. The St James Dental Group Don’t go without crown: Don’t go without crown You don’t want to be without the crown because the teeth can move and your crown may not fit anymore and have to end up paying for a new crown. The St James Dental Group Use of OTC temporary dental cement: U se of OTC temporary dental cement If you can’t get to your dentist right away and you need to wait a week or so, you can also use the OTC temporary dental cement to place the crown back on until you see you dentist. The St James Dental Group Dental emergencies : Dental emergencies Some of these dental emergencies need immediate attention either because of pain or risk of infection. The St James Dental Group Preventing further damage: Preventing further damage You need to take care of these right away because they can become more serious and dangerous. Dentists are trained to deal with these emergencies preventing further damage. The St James Dental Group Ask a professional : Ask a professional Dental Emergencies and What You Need To Do Contact us The St James Dental Group 323-771-7254 http://www.dentistcudahyca.com Thank You!

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