What should I do in an event of a dentist emergency for bleeding gums and teeth
Emergencies may involve swelling, bleeding and severe pain from a variety of causes. It is important to have treatment from a dental professional for diagnosis and treatment of the problem. Otherwise, you may think something will resolve the problem, but unfortunately the treatment option chosen may have nothing to do with the problem.
Please get in touch with our dental office immediately so that we can arrange an appointment as promptly and conveniently as possible for you. Our dentists are ethical and gentle and our aim is to provide quality dental care in a relaxed and modern environment.
Some examples of dental emergency treatments that we receive are for toothache, chipped or broken teeth, broken crowns, broken veneers or bridge, tooth abscess, loose teeth or crowns, loose implant crowns, broken orthodontic braces, broken dentures, tooth extractions including wisdom tooth extractions and gum infections.
Have you been suffering with a toothache for several days, but unable to get to the dentist? Or maybe your tooth pain came on suddenly and is so excruciating, you can’t imagine waiting another minute, much less another day. Dental emergencies happen, and they don’t care whether it’s the middle of the night, or over the weekend. If you’ve experienced a dental emergency– like a knocked out or broken tooth, a dental crown or filling that has fallen out, or a painful abscess– you don’t have to suffer any longer! Our emergency dentists are available to help you immediately, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. It’s never a good time to need emergency dental care, but when you do, we’re here for you.
The sooner you get treated, the more likely you’ll be able to minimize the damage and the pain , and save your tooth. Don’t delay.