What Is Considered a Dental Emergency?
Treating dental problems as soon as possible is important. If your schedule is very busy, going to the dentist may have to wait a few days or weeks. For minor issues, like tolerable pain, waiting is usually not an issue.
However, if you have a dental emergency then you should go to the dentist immediately. So, what constitutes a dental emergency? How do you know if you need emergency dental care?
Today, we will describe what would be considered a dental emergency and what you can do about it.
Symptoms of Dental Emergencies
What Causes a Dental Emergency?
What Constitutes a Dental Emergency?
Every single tooth crack is not a dental emergency. If the tooth is not painful or super sharp, then it’s not an emergency. Additionally, minor toothaches are very common. If the toothache does not prevent you from performing daily tasks or cause an infection, it may be okay to wait. Don’t panic if you lose a crown or filling either. Use dental cement to cover the cavity until you can get into the dentist.
Dental Implants Weyburn SK
One of the most common treatments for dental emergencies is dental implants. Smiles on Souris general dental clinic in Weyburn, SK is proud to offer dental emergency services including dental implants in Weyburn, SK (not as a specialist).
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