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3 Kinds of Dental Emergencies and What to Do

July 23, 2017
Posted By: Dr. Vimal Patel
Emergency Dentistry | Prosper TX Dentist

Dental emergencies can be stressful and scary – especially when you're not sure what to do!

The first thing to do is to remain calm because your team at Prosper Smiles Family Dentistry is here for you. We encourage emergency patients to contact us right away since we will do everything we can to see you as soon as possible.

When you know how to handle a dental emergency, it won't feel as overwhelming, so here are some tips for properly handling emergency situations.

A Knocked-Out Tooth

When your tooth is knocked out, it's important to act quickly as we have the best chance of saving your tooth if we see you as soon as possible. Be careful when transporting your tooth, and try to handle it as little as possible. Replace it back into your socket if possible, and if not, use milk to keep your tooth's cells moist and alive.

A Lost or Broken Restoration

If you have a crown or filling that falls out or breaks, your tooth will need to be repaired in order to avoid further damage. Give our office a call to assess your situation, and we'll determine whether you need immediate attention or if you can schedule an appointment.

Dental Pain or Sensitivity

If your tooth is causing you constant and severe pain, this probably indicates a dental infection. Please don't wait for your tooth to feel better on its own because a dental infection won't go away without treatment.

Root canal therapy can often help preserve an infected tooth if you act quickly. An infection left untreated is likely to spread to other areas of your body and could lead to tooth loss.

Emergency Dentistry in Prosper, TX

If you or a loved one is experiencing a dental emergency, contact our office right away! Even if you're unsure whether you have an emergency situation, we'll help you with instruction over the phone or same-day dentistry if necessary.

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