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Emergency Dentist Office – Why Emergency Dental

Emergency dental services from Dentist in Burlington ON

Sometimes, situations arise where dental work cannot wait for a regularly scheduled appointment. Teeth serve an important function, and if they become injured, it can be painful and impact functionality. Many patients in Burlington Ontario wonder when they should make an emergency appointment at the dentist office. If you find yourself wondering, “Why Emergency Dental Care?” use the following situations as a guideline for when to call your dentist as soon as possible.


Your teeth have sustained a crack or break

There are many reasons teeth can crack or break. In most situations, it’s caused by biting into something hard and the tooth was unable to withstand the bite force. If your tooth has sustained a significant crack, or has broken into multiple pieces, it can extend down to the root and cause severe pain. It’s important to seek dental care as soon as possible.


Your tooth was knocked out

A tooth can get knocked out in an accident, a sports injury, or a variety of other scenarios. Sometimes, multiple teeth are knocked out. When you lose a tooth, the first thing you should do is avoid touching the root and try to stick it back into the socket until you can get to the dentist’s office. Use moist gauze to hold it into place and prevent swallowing it. If you can’t get the tooth back in the socket, you can put it into a container of milk. When it comes to knocked out teeth, time is of the essence, so make sure to call the dentist’s office immediately so you can be seen quickly. If possible, your dentist will do everything possible to save the tooth.


Your tooth has become abscessed

If you feel throbbing, constant tooth pain, you may have a tooth abscess. This is a serious infection that can spread to the body if left untreated, so emergency care is extremely important. Other signs of an abscess are fever, pain in the cheeks/ears, or facial swelling.

If you think you have a dental emergency, don’t ever hesitate to call Mount Royal Dental Group at 905-332-4000.


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