Broken & Displaced Tooth Care
Broken & Displaced Tooth Treatment & Care Services
What Should You Do If A Tooth Is Displaced?
What If My Dentist Office Is Not Open?
If a tooth has been displaced, you should not wait to get medical care. Unfortunately, not all dental offices are open 24 hours seven days per week. If necessary, go to the emergency room. Though you will likely need to schedule a visit to the dentist office as soon as possible, doctors in the emergency room can help you with a temporary solution that increases the odds your tooth will survive and will be able to be replaced.
Are you concerned about dental emergencies or do you have children or loved ones that participate in activities that put you teeth at risk? You should know how to protect your teeth and the teeth of those around you. If you would like to know more or you are having a tooth emergency, contact us as soon as possible.
Seablue Dental Office FAQ
Everyone’s needs are different, so have a chat to your dentist about how often you need to have your teeth checked by them based on the condition of your mouth, teeth and gums. It’s recommended that children see their dentist at least once a year.
Regular checkups keep you updated with your oral health and help diagnose and timely treatment of any problems developing in your tooth or gums or oral tissues.
You dentist will conduct an exam and x-rays at your dental visits and educate you about your oral health.
Regular brushing and flossing after every meal should keep the food particles from depositing in crevices of your tooth and hence keeps the harmful bacteria causing the tooth decay in check.
If there is a medical emergency or life threatening condition, call 911 or go to nearest ER.
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