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Accidents and unexpected incidents can happen anytime. Sometimes, sharp pain can arise from out of nowhere. Pain can originate from a single tooth, several teeth or surrounding tissues. It may also be caused by something else entirely but feels like it’s coming from one or more teeth.
Receive safe emergency dental services at the time you need it the most at Putney Dental Care. Situations calling for emergency dental care may arise at any time of the day, especially when you least expect it.
For many of our dental patients, it was because they:
- were in severe pain
- experience swelling extending to the face or jaw
- have a fractured tooth
- have dislodged a tooth due to a sporting incident
It is important to remember that all dental emergencies should be addressed and attended to by dental health professionals. Make sure to visit a reputable emergency dental treatment facility and do background checks on the dentist to be sure.
What Counts as a Dental Emergency?
A medical emergency is viewed as a severe condition that poses an immediate threat to one’s overall health and life whereas a dental emergency doesn’t necessarily fit the same description. Dental emergencies come in various forms—from a newly broken tooth to a nagging toothache.
There are cases too where pain is not a factor. Regardless, there is still a sense of urgency involved in attending to these conditions. For instance, a person may have their porcelain veneers chipped or have loose dentures. These two examples are actually painless but they still cause a great deal of stress for cosmetic reasons. And it’s not just for those who are overly critical about their own appearance. It could be because they have a job interview to attend the next day or a bridal photoshoot coming up.
Tooth Dislodgement (Avulsion)
A common mistake following the dislodgement of a tooth is to delay its placement back into the socket. If it is clean, replant it immediately and handle the tooth only by its crown, not the root. If it is dirty, on the other hand, wash with some milk. If you do not know how to reposition the tooth, keep the milk there or at least, within the patient’s mouth so that it stays hydrated with saliva. The tooth then requires splinting to have it fixed and locked in place by a dentist.
Our emergency dentist at Putney Dental Care, we take pride in providing urgent dental care services. Should you find yourself in pain and in need of an after hours dentist in Sydney, we will do everything we possibly can to treat you as soon as possible–usually within the same day. Whether you are a new or existing patient, we will provide you with immediate relief and professional care.
If you have anything that needs immediate attention, call our office at (02) 98082588. Be it an emergency tooth extraction or profusely bleeding gums, come to us. Trust that your needs will be attended to promptly by an emergency dentist.