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Emergency Dentist Los Angeles
Hello, I am Dr. Bruce Edward King and welcome you to our Dental Office in 3791 S. Centinela Ave, Los Angeles, Ca 90066. If you are in deep pain and need experiencing an emergency dentist, give us a call (310) 391 0699. We provide a 24/7 Dental Emergency Service based on 20 years’ experience in family dentistry. Injury to Teeth and Gums can be potentially serious and should not be ignored. Also, to postpone a dental problem will increase the risk of permanent damage and your expenses. We offer after business hours service. After 4:00 PM (Mon to Fri) and Weekends Call (424) 645 2706.
Common dental emergency problems are Toothaches, Broken Teeth, Knock Out Tooth, Lost filling, Lost Crown, Broken braces wires, Loose brackets and bands, Abscess, Soft-tissue injuries Permanently lost teeth, whether they’ve been removed by a dentist or accidentally knocked out, should be replaced. This is to avoid problems such as difficulty chewing and speaking, a shifting of position among remaining teeth, temporal-mandibular joint, TMJ disorders caused by chewing on the side with more teeth, and a weakening of the jawbone. Options for replacing lost teeth include bridges, dentures, and implants.
DENTAL EMERGENCIES 24/7
Dental Emergency 1: Knocked Out Tooth
If a tooth is completely knocked out of the mouth by an injury, take the tooth to your dentist as soon as possible. It may be possible for your tooth to be placed back into your mouth, a procedure called re-implantation. If the injured tooth is just slightly loose, it will usually tighten up on its own. There may be a small amount of bleeding from the gums while it heals. … If the tooth hasn’t tightened into place on its own in a few days, see your dentist to be sure the injury wasn’t more serious than you originally thought it was
Dental Emergency 2: Chipped Tooth
If there is no pain and the chip is small, it’s up to you to decide if, when and how the tooth should be repaired. Depending on the size of the chip, it can be smoothed or cosmetically corrected. Other options include veneers, crowns and fillings. Ask your dentist to explain these options. If a filling or artificial tooth becomes chipped, it should be replaced.
Dental Emergency 3: Cracked or broken Tooth
Cracked and broken teeth should be repaired as soon as possible to prevent further damage. Root canal therapy or tooth extraction may be necessary. If a crack affects the enamel and dentin of the tooth, a crown is frequently the best treatment. Keep in mind that cracks are not always visible, even on X-rays. Symptoms may involve pain while chewing and Sensitivity to cold and possibly hot foods and liquids, as well as air, which may over time become more pronounced.
Dental Emergency 3: Broken Jaw
If you suspect you or someone else has a broken jaw, do not move it. The jaw should be secured in place with a handkerchief, necktie or towel tied around the jaw and over the top of the head. Cold compresses should be used to reduce swelling, if present. Go immediately to a hospital emergency room, or call your dentist.
Will A Cracked Tooth Heal Completely After treatment?
Unlike a broken bone, the fracture in a cracked tooth will not heal. In spite of treatment, some cracks may continue to progress and separate, resulting in loss of the tooth. Placement of a crown on a cracked tooth provides maximum protection but does not guarantee success in all cases.
Can I prevent my teeth From Cracking?
You can take some steps to make your teeth less susceptible to cracks.
- Don’t chew on hard objects such as ice, unpopped popcorn kernels or pens.
- Don’t clench or grind your teeth.
- If you clench or grind your teeth while you sleep, talk to your dentist about getting a retainer or other mouthguard to protect your teeth.
- Wear a mouthguard or protective mask when playing contact sports.
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