Addressing Pain Or Injuries To Your Teeth Quickly May Help You Avoid Complications

Most people only visit the dentist when excruciating pain strikes. Such pain could be triggered by various causes but all these point out to one thing: unhealthy tooth and gums. Dentists all over the world have one tip: if it hurts, it’s an emergency.

Call your dentist for an appointment immediately. Vevera Family Dental is on stand-by dealing with dental emergencies such as:

  • Abscess
  • Broken Braces or Braces Wires
  • Extruded (Partially Dislodged) Tooth
  • Broken and Fractured Teeth
  • Knocked Out Tooth
  • Lodged Foreign Body
  • Lost Crown or Filling
  • Wisdom Tooth Infection
  • Severe Pain
  • Soft Tissue (Gum) Trauma

There are so many advances in pain management these days now so you don’t have to stay in pain for so long. These days teeth can be repaired in a very short amount of time so there is no need to deal with an aesthetically poor looking teeth injury for a long time. However, there are times when people do not feel any pain despite the fact that there is something wrong with their teeth. Even if they see cavities and all, they tend to ignore the problem.

The only solution to this is to stop ignoring these problems. As soon as a tooth gets chipped off when you chew or the crown falls off, Keith Vevera, DMD suggests having that checked. You might not feel the pain as of the moment but you really don’t want to wait until it becomes severe. Waiting may result in experiencing problems you may not have foreseen that can negatively affect your overall health.

You should keep in mind that it’s not just the tooth which gets damaged when you are injured. Nerves, blood vessels and other internal parts of the oral cavity can get impaired too. Infection is also a consequence which you should definitely try to prevent. If left unchecked, that could spread to the other parts of the head and the neck, causing even more health problems.

Contact Vevera Family Dental if you have any questions or would like to schedule an appointment.