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Emergency dentistry is considered any trauma to the mouth that may cause bleeding or lacerations to the gums, dislodge or fracture teeth, and may require immediate medical attention.
Some common types of mouth injuries include cracked, broken, or knocked out teeth. These injuries can be a result of biting on a hard piece of food, a sports-related injury, a fall, or any other type of accident.
Depending on the severity of the injury and your hurt tooth's location, it’s possible that a chipped tooth or minor fracture can wait for a call to the dentist during regular business hours.
If your crack is severe, there's a significant piece of your tooth missing, or your tooth has nerve damage or is knocked out completely, you should seek immediate medical attention.
Sometimes the problem won't be as obvious as a knocked-out or broken tooth; you may find yourself dealing with severe tooth pain, like an abscessed tooth. If you think you need emergency dental care, call your dental professionals at Dental Masters first.
Often, better safety precautions could’ve prevented many accidents from occurring. You can avoid dental emergencies by:
Here are some questions to answer if you aren’t quite sure whether or not you have a real dental emergency:
If you answered yes to any of these questions, call Dental Masters right away and describe what you’re experiencing. Remember, seeing your dentist within 30 minutes or less can mean the difference between saving or losing your tooth.