Accidents occur often. We may even say that they are intrinsic to life. In such cases, you need emergency dental services. Our decade-long experience in handling emergency dental cases is what makes us provide the best services in emergency situations.
Emergency Dental Services
The majority of individuals see their dentists regularly for routine examinations or planned treatments and procedures. However, some individuals see their dentists on an ad hoc basis. Unexpected dental appointments are extremely common.
When you have severe mouth pain, significant gum bleeding, a misplaced tooth that is lodged in your gums, or a tooth that has been accidentally knocked out, it is critical that you visit your dentist immediately, regardless of the time of day.
Dental crises are very dangerous and should never be ignored. Emergency dentistry is a specialized service provided by our licensed dentists that focuses on dental crises that develop without warning or notice.
Here are several instances that need an emergency dental visit:
At times, a toothache might be painful, yet some individuals will take medications and ignore the issue. It is nevertheless advisable to contact your dentist immediately, not only to alleviate your pain but also to ascertain the actual reason.
While some individuals may believe it is just a toothache, it might indicate a medical condition involving the ears or nasal tissues, particularly if the pain seems to originate in the same place. While painkillers can provide temporary comfort, our thorough diagnosis will enable you to get the appropriate therapy and prevent consequences.
In case of accidents or injury, your teeth might get fractured or chipped. Our dentists have years of experience in handling emergency situations.
Lost Filling or Crown
It may also ache, not to mention the horror of having a gap in your teeth in front of other people. The sooner you get it fixed or replaced, the more attractive and comfortable you will seem and feel.
Trauma to the gums, lips, cheeks, or tongue may result in bleeding. You may attempt to stop the bleeding by applying a cool compress to the region, but if that does not help, it is best to visit your dentist immediately.
Woodlawn Dental offers comprehensive emergency dentistry services at Moorhead, MN, by our professional dentists, Dr. Jessica Hardy, D.D.S., P.A., and Dr. David Wentz, D.D.S. For more details and appointments, call us at (218) 236-1666, book online, and visit us directly at 320 2nd Avenue South, Moorhead, MN 56560.