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By Angel Dental Care
June 30, 2015
Category: Oral Health
Tags: dental emergency  

Find out the best ways to handle a dental emergency to preserve the health of your smile.

Are you experiencing any of these dental problems?

  • Cracked toothDental Emergency
  • Tooth pain
  • Knocked-out tooth
  • Dislodged tooth
  • Broken or damaged braces
  • Damaged dental work (e.g. crowns)
  • Something stuck between your teeth
  • Bitten tongue, lip or cheek

If so, then you are dealing with a true dental emergency. Here is what you should do to make sure your smile doesn’t suffer further complications:

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A true dental emergency will require a trip to our Catonsville dental office. While no one likes to make an impromptu visit to their dentist, it’s necessary for properly treating your condition. Don’t try to treat your dental issue yourself. Only we know how to properly diagnose and care for your problem, as well as preserve your smile.

Time is of the essence when handling a dental emergency, particularly a knocked-out tooth. Try to come into our office within an hour of the incident (or sooner, if possible). The sooner you seek treatment the better the outcome will be for the health of your smile.

While it’s imperative that you see your Catonsville dentist for a dental emergency there are still some things you can do to help quell your symptoms before coming into our office:

Cool down discomfort with ice: Don’t forget the power that ice therapy has to help alleviate pain and swelling. If your face, cheeks or mouth are swollen as a result of your incident then wrap ice in a towel and apply it to the injured side of your face. Do this for about 15-20 minutes at a time 3-4 times a day. You can also use ice to help manage your symptoms after you visit your Catonsville dentist for treatment.

Ease symptoms with over-the-counter pain relievers: If you have a stocked medicine cabinet this will come in handy when dealing with a dental emergency. If you are experiencing pain or swelling opt for medications like ibuprofen or acetaminophen, which can help lessen your symptoms and put you at ease before coming into our office.

If this is a true dental emergency then you need to act fast! Contact Angel Dental Care today for immediate treatment.

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