Try to relax – Advanced Dental Care Clinic in Oxenford provides efficient emergency dental care
In a dental emergency it’s important that you receive the care you need as fast as possible. We offer efficient emergency care for our patients to help them get the care they need as soon as possible.
Why is it important to receive care as soon as possible in a dental emergency?
If your tooth has experienced trauma or if the nerve is exposed generally you will experience quite a bit of discomfort and pain. While our dental professionals strive to eliminate pain as soon as possible, it is also important to repair or seal your damaged tooth in order to save it from extraction.
When your tooth has been knocked out there is a small window of time where it may be placed back into the jawbone. If addressed within the hour there is a good chance that the tooth can be placed back into the mouth. If ignored or handled incorrectly the tooth’s root can become damaged, which can eliminate the possibility of it being placed back into the jaw.
This is the same for a number of dental concerns – if treated swiftly our dental professionals can prevent any further damage.
What can you expect during a dental emergency?
Treating a dental emergency can be simple, however in other cases it can be much more complex. Our dental professionals approach every dental emergency with compassionate care. Our aim is to make each and every patient feel comfortable and relaxed in knowing they are in capable hands.
Our dental professionals also strive to keep our patients informed about every step of their emergency care. In addition to this we are also committed to discussing with you all of the options available, including the benefits of each, so that you can make an informed decision.
What constitutes a dental emergency?
There are a number of different concerns that can be considered a dental emergency; however chances are if you are experiencing a high level of discomfort in your teeth that you have a dental emergency.
Dental emergencies include:
- Chips, fractures and cracks
- A knocked out tooth
- Abscess and swelling
- Jaw pain
- Soft tissue trauma
If you are experiencing any of these concerns it is important that you contact us as soon as possible.