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Dr. Benjamin Woo & Associates

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Dental Emergencies

Dental Emergencies - Newmarket dentists by Woo Dental

Urgent Dental Care for You and the Family

Dental emergencies, such as injuries to the teeth or gums, can be dangerous. The consequences of not treating dental problems right away can impact your oral health and cost you a lot of money. 

The most common dental emergencies are tooth decay, gum disease, and chipped teeth. While prevention is the key to maintaining your oral health, knowing what to do in an emergency will save you from suffering irreversible damage.

1. Chipped or broken teeth

The rest of the parts should be saved and rinsed with warm water. You should apply gauze in the area if bleeding occurs. Try using a cold compress near your broken cheek or outside your mouth to reduce swelling.

2. Toothaches

Remove food particles in the affected tooth by rinsing your mouth with warm water and using dental floss. Make sure you do not apply any painkillers to your gums, for they could burn the tissue. A visit to your dentist is necessary if you suffer from tooth pain.

3.Broken braces and wires

Try repositioning the broken wire using the eraser end of a pencil. If you cannot move the wire, use a small cotton ball to cover it until you can get to the dental clinic. Visit your orthodontist as soon as possible.

4. Soft-tissue injuries

Soft tissue injuries result in bleeding. Controlling bleeding in the mouth requires the use of the saline solution. For 15-20 minutes, moisten a piece of gauze and place it over the bleeding area. Immediately contact your dentist if bleeding continues.

5. Objects stuck between teeth

Remove the object very gently and carefully using dental floss. You should not poke the objects using a pin or other sharp objects. You risk cutting your gums or scratching your teeth with these instruments. See your dentist in Newmarket if you cannot remove the thing.

Dental emergencies can happen to anyone. Being prepared for dental emergencies can save you time and money and avoid permanent dental damage to your oral health. When something happens, remain calm and contact your Newmarket dentist.

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