A Brief Note On Emergency And Dental Emergency Essay
How To Handle A Dental Emergency
Are you having a dental emergency? Or are you not sure whether this particular problem is severe enough to count as an emergency? No matter your situation, Dr. Dine and his team are here to help you. Below you can find information on what constitutes an emergency, what you should do, what you should not do, and how to contact us.
What Constitutes A Dental Emergency?
Instead of worrying over whether a dental problem counts as an emergency, it’s better to call us and explain everything about the situation. That said, here are a few situations that are definitely emergencies:
Several pain in the teeth, gums, or jaw
A tooth that is severely damaged or broken
A tooth that has been knocked out
Significant cuts to the tongue, cheek, and/or gums
If one of your teeth is in danger, or if you are experiencing pain you cannot tolerate, please contact us immediately. Not only can this help save your tooth, but it can also save you a lot of discomfort.
What To Do In Case Of An Emergency?
The first thing you should do, even if you are unsure if it’s an emergency, is to call us at 513-823-2575. A member of our team will listen carefully and quickly help. If this is not possible, or while you are calling, there are a few steps you can take. If you lost a tooth or part of it has broken off, try placing it back in the socket. If this is not possible, put the tooth in milk until you can be seen. Be sure to bring the tooth with you to your…