Emergency dentistry involves treatment for any trauma to your mouth through an accident or other means that’s caused damage to your teeth and gums. Dr. Parikh always leaves time in her schedule for emergency dental visits and even takes calls outside of regular office hours. Don’t hesitate to contact Bristles Family Dentistry with any urgent questions or concerns.
The most common dental emergencies include:
Dr. Parikh can potentially reset a lost tooth right in her office. You may increase your chances of saving your tooth by taking or avoiding certain immediate measures, including:
Dental emergencies also include any sudden damage to dental appliances, such as:
If you experience any of these issues, contact Bristles Family Dentistry right away for information on what immediate measures you should take before you get to the office.
By definition, dental emergency situations usually aren’t predictable. However, there are precautionary measures you should always take to reduce the risk of encountering them.
A mouthguard serves as the first line of defense for your teeth and is strongly recommended when playing sports. Other general preventive measures include:
Never use your teeth to pry things open. Additionally, avoid chewing ice, popcorn kernels, and hard candy, which can all cause tooth damage. Contact Dr. Parikh at Bristles Family Dentistry with any questions or concerns regarding dental emergencies.
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