Dental emergency can be both painful and frightening. Fast action is nearly always necessary to stop the agony and provide the teeth the best chance of surviving.
Teeth can occasionally break due to trauma, grinding, or biting on hard things. In other situations, fillings, crowns, and other restorative devices may sustain damage or even come entirely out of the mouth. It is crucial to schedule a dental visit as soon as possible if there is acute pain. Without treatment, the pain brought on by dental emergency nearly always gets worse, and dental problems can also compromise physical health.
Dental emergency types and how to handle them:
Missing tooth (tooth knocked out)
Lost crown or filling
Fractured or chipped teeth
Loose or dislodged teeth