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Dental Emergencies

Accidents happen.
Keep Calm and Call us

5 common dental emergencies:

Fell down and causing tooth knocked out
Pick up the tooth by the top (crown) of the tooth. Do not touch the root(s) of the tooth. Call us immediately as it is critical for saving the knocked-out tooth. The longer you wait to re-implant the tooth in its socket, the less chance you have of the tooth “taking” and remaining viable.
Swelling and Bleeding
This is never a good sign. It could indicate dental infections. If you are experiencing the swelling and bleeding, please do not wait and call us immediately to see dentist.
Pain
Pick up the tooth by the top (crown) of the tooth. Do not touch the root(s) of the tooth. Call us immediately as it is critical for saving the knocked-out tooth. The longer you wait to re-implant the tooth in its socket, the less chance you have of the tooth “taking” and remaining viable.
Mouth sores
This is not life-threatening but they can be painful and affect your daily work. If you’re experiencing pain due to a mouth sore, please use our in house mouth wash as it will kill germs. Meanwhile please contact us immediately to have a full dental check up.
Abscessed gums
You will notice it looks like a pimple located on your gum and could be in yellow, clear or whitish. An abscess generally mean infection to that specific tooth or gum which could result in a root canal or extraction. please contact us immediately to have a full dental check up.
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