Handling Dental Emergencies for 30 years
Tripping and falling. Eating hard or sticky foods. Getting struck in the face accidentally. These are all situations that could lead you to losing, cracking or chipping a tooth. In any emergency circumstance, you want to know you'll be taken care of. Call Vancouver Emergency Dentist whenever you're concerned about your teeth and mouth.
Dental Care Done Right
At Vancouver Emergency Dentist, we handle all of your dental concerns. From preventative care to emergency procedures, we're dedicated to protecting your teeth and gums. We're happy to care for both children and adults.
Though it can sometimes seem hard to fit in dental visits a couple of times each year, visiting with us for cleanings and checkups helps reduce the likelihood of stopping by even more often. After all, what would you rather do: attend short visits once every six months or schedule appointments every month for continued care?
However, some things doesn't always go as planned. We understand that emergencies happen, which is why we emphasize in emergency dentistry to provide you peace of mind when something goes wrong. A knocked out or chipped tooth can cause quite a bit of worry in the moment, but we're here to keep your smile looking brilliant as ever.
No matter the cause of your dental issues, we're ready to offer a variety of restorative dental treatments, including implants and crowns, if needed. These procedures will not only restore your smile, they'll also help prevent future issues with other teeth.
Preventing Dental Emergencies
To prevent mouth injuries while playing sports, always make sure to wear a mouthguard. The DIY boil-and-bite kits can useful in a pinch, but the more you play, the more you'll benefit from a custom mouthguard. Mouthguards should be used by children and adults to prevent teeth from being knocked out or chipped.
If you're an adult with a loose tooth or if you or a child is experiencing tooth pain, it's often wise to stay away from hard and sticky candies and tough foods in general. Give your mouth and teeth a break until you've had a Dentist examine your teeth. We'll be able to diagnose your pain and come up with a treatment specific to your needs.
It's important to keep in mind that while a loose, cracked or chipped baby tooth may not seem like an issue because the tooth will eventually fall out, there are still oral health risks. Baby teeth can be seen as placeholders for adult teeth, and if they fall out too early, that can affect how the adult teeth grow in. Cracked or chipped teeth will also affect a child's mouth, and untreated issues can lead to root damage.
Receiving Emergency Dental Care
When you're worried about your oral health, don't hesitate to contact us. We here at Vancouver Emergency Dentist are proud to provide a wide range of dental services to help you no matter the cause of your tooth pain. Save our number 360-828-7997
in your phone so you're always prepared for dental hiccups.
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