The sudden toothache that wakes you up in the middle of the night. The crunchy snack that chips a tooth or dislodges a filling. The sudden mishap that knocks out a tooth. Okay, maybe we haven’t all experienced accidentally losing a tooth, but we all know it can happen easily and without warning.
Any of these can mean pain, discomfort and difficulty with normal activities like eating, drinking, sleeping, even breathing.
But, what else do dental emergencies have in common?
Anxiety – worry – concern – It’s natural. Many people don’t know what to do when faced with a dental emergency.
- Can a lost tooth be saved?
- Is it okay to take painkillers?
- Should you rush to the hospital?
- Is there anything you can or should do while waiting for treatment?
So many questions – but in an emergency, you should know where to look for the answers.
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