EMERGENCY DENTAL CARE
1. DENTAL TRAUMA MANAGEMENT :
Dental trauma refers to injury to the teeth and/or periodontium (gums, periodontal ligament, alveolar bone), and nearby soft tissues such as the lips, tongue, etc. Dental trauma is most common in younger people, accounting for 17% of injuries to the body in those aged 0–6 years compared to an average of 5% across all ages.
Treatment for facial trauma often involves bleeding control, reduction of swelling, prevention of infection, and repair of teeth fracture, repair of lacerations or soft tissue injury, and reconstruction. The most common causes of facial trauma are sports, accidents, penetrating injuries, and violence. Traumatic dental injuries are more common in permanent teeth compared to deciduous teeth and usually involve the front teeth of the upper jaw.
2. IMMEDIATE RELIEF FROM TOOTH PAIN
Sudden toothaches are very painful. We understand this, so we provide quick pain relief techniques to hold the pain.
Toothache is a common reason for visiting the dentist. Pain from toothache can affect the teeth and jaws. Tooth decay is a common reason for toothache, which won’t usually get better on its own.
Toothache pain can be constantly throbbing or may be set off by food or drink.
As well as tooth decay, toothache may be caused by:Tooth abscess,Tooth fracture,A damaged filling, Or Infected gums
Treatment for a toothache depends on the cause. If a cavity is causing the toothache, we can fill the cavity or possibly extract(in case of grossly decayed) the tooth, if necessary. A root canal might need to be done if the cause of the toothache is found to be an infection of the tooth’s nerve.