You can be diligent about your oral health, even follow a healthy routine. And a dental emergency can still happen.
Healthy teeth and gums remain a priority. Even so, you can encounter an unfortunate circumstance that creates a panic situation for you and your family’s oral health.
Millions of dental emergencies occur annually. That frequency means odds are you, your child, or another family member will have one.
No one is immune. A child’s first tooth, fully developed adult teeth, and teeth that have received treatment are vulnerable.
It’s not like you plan to experience dental trauma. Your risks increase due to your lifestyle, your activities, or the quality of your daily oral health care.
Falls, sports related injuries, or even dietary choices can add to your risk of specific dental emergencies.
What’s important to know is that treatment is available. Your first step is to contact our Roswell dental office.
In the meantime, some dental emergencies can be handled prior to your arrival for care.
This happened…now what?
A knocked-out tooth
A broken tooth
A toothache that’s not getting better
It’s good to know you have solutions for moments of panic caused by a dental emergency. Contact your Roswell dentist with any questions about a dental emergency or to schedule a related examination.