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Emergency Dentistry

Concerned patient discussing her tooth pain with her dentist while sitting in a dental chairIn your day-to-day activities, you can face a situation that needs emergency medical care. If the emergency involves your oral cavity, you will need emergency dental services. At Parkway Dentistry, we have a team of experienced professionals ready to treat any oral emergencies you might have. All you have to do is get in touch with us, and you will have access to our emergency dentists.

What is Emergency Dentistry?

Emergency dentistry is a specialized dental department focused on handling unforeseen dental issues. All of these situations need immediate dental attention to avoid further damage. For instance, if you get involved in a car accident that knocks some of your teeth out, you will need emergency dental care. You will also need emergency dental services if you suddenly start experiencing an extreme toothache that should be addressed immediately. The emergency dentistry department addresses all situations involving urgent dental care.

In such cases, the sooner our team addresses your dental issues, the better. This will help fix the problem and prevent it from deteriorating. Emergency dentistry seeks to fix these situations and keeps your oral health in good condition. Call our offices immediately if you have any oral condition needing emergency dental care. We will advise you on the best steps to take before coming in for emergency treatment.

Frequent Dental Emergencies We Handle

There are many conditions that fall under the category of emergency dental situations. Here are some of the dental emergencies we handle frequently.

Knocked-Out Tooth

A knocked-out tooth is a time-sensitive emergency that must be addressed right away. The sooner you come to our offices after having a tooth knocked out, the higher your chances of successful reconstruction. Our emergency dentists will preserve it and have it carefully reinserted into your mouth. We advise that you get to our offices within 30 minutes after the accident or incident. Before you come, carefully pick up the tooth by its crown and rinse it. Avoid any disruption that could distort its root. If possible, position it back to its original position and gently bite down to maintain it in place. If that is not possible, carry the tooth in a cup or container of milk. This will help keep it moist before you get to our offices.

Tooth Pain and Swelling

Another common dental emergency we handle is tooth pain and swelling. Some cases of severe toothaches start out as normal, but they could result from underlying conditions. If all efforts to treat tooth pain and swelling don't work out, you should consider emergency dental services. Some persistent and severe teeth cases are due to dental abscesses, tooth decay, infected gums, or exposed roots. Therefore, you should consider coming in for emergency dental care should you experience such conditions.

Tissue Cuts and Injuries

Tears, cuts, or lacerations around your dental cavity can cause persistent bleeding. The bleeding might become excessive and put your health in great danger. Therefore, you need emergency dental services to help stop the bleeding. However, you can do several things to control the bleeding before you come in for emergency treatment. You can use clean gauze to stop the bleeding before rushing to our emergency dental offices. Our emergency team will administer emergency care that stops excessive bleeding.

Get Emergency Treatment Today

Have you been involved in an accident or incident that left you in dire need of emergency dental services? Parkway Dentistry is here to help! We have highly experienced professionals specialized in handling such emergency cases. Call us today at (704) 857-6161 to access our emergency services.
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