Dental Emergency

Dental Emergency

Dental EmergencyAccidents happen and you’ll never know when a dental emergency will occur. Here at Sydney CBD Dentistry, we accept emergency dentistry.

Whether you tripped and chipped your tooth or when you’re participating in a local sport and accidentally injured your lips – we can help you with that.

In case you encounter a dental emergency, you should contact your emergency dentist immediately for him to assess if you need to go to the clinic for immediate treatment.

However, not all dental issues are qualified as dental emergencies, some may just need a home remedy to temporarily ease the pain such that visiting the emergency dentist Sydney can wait. 

The first step is always to remain calm and ensure safety. To know the next thing to do, it is important to identify whether the situation is a dental emergency or not.

Common Dental Emergencies

  • Chipped, cracked or knocked-out tooth
  • Lip or tongue injury
  • Severe toothache
  • Dental abscess 
  • Object wedged between teeth

Being Prepared

It is important to know how to respond or handle a dental emergency. Some situations may require special steps to save the affected teeth, especially in children.

Since dental emergencies are unpredictable, it is best to keep a small dental first aid kit at home or whenever you travel. Keeping your emergency dentists’ phone number handy is also important to get quick advice.

Having your dental information or record can also help especially when you’re travelling. Here are some items recommended to be put in your dental kit:

  • Gauze pads
  • Cotton balls and swabs
  • Medical gloves
  • Dental floss
  • Toothbrush
  • Tweezers
  • Ice pack
  • Pain reliever
  • Mouthguard
  • Hydrogen Peroxide
  • Wash Cloth
  • Mirror

How can I prevent a dental emergency?

Dental emergencies can be prevented by having regular visits to your dentist Sydney CBD to make sure that your teeth are healthy and free from decay. Untreated oral health issues can be more severe problems, causing unbearable discomfort or pain that will need emergency dental treatment.

If you’re into sports, wearing a mouthguard can help avoid teeth from being knocked-out or cracked. It’s also helpful to avoid chewing on hard foods and ice to prevent fracturing your teeth.

To know more about our emergency dental care in Sydney, or if you need immediate attention from an emergency dentist near me, grab your phone and get in touch with us. You may reach us at 02 8090 1105.

Worked at Sydney CBD Dentistry located at in 302/70 Pitt St, Sydney NSW 2000.

04 Aug, 2021

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