Plaza Dental Care

Frequently Asked Questions: Dental Emergency

How can we help you?

We are happy to answer questions about our services and procedures. We believe patient education is crucial so that you can make the best decisions about your oral health and dental care. Because there are some questions that are common among our patients, we have included some of them below. But if your question isn't answered here, we invite you to give us a call. One of our friendly team members will be happy to help.

Dental Emergency

If you have a toothache or other oral health changes, we understand how upsetting it can be—disrupting your sleep or forcing you to change your plans.

Fortunately, we provide emergency dentistry in Modbury, SA.

Common Dental Emergencies

A dental emergency is any oral health condition that causes you pain or threatens your dental and systemic health.

Examples of dental emergencies include:

  • Toothaches
  • Tooth sensitivity
  • Jaw pain
  • Jaw swelling
  • Broken restoration or tooth
  • Tooth or restoration knocked out or knocked loose
  • Soft tissue trauma
  • Object stuck between teeth

You may have an oral health situation that does not fit conveniently under one of the above descriptions. We always encourage your call when you’re unsure. We can help make the safest decision for your oral health.

Importance of Regular Checkups

Additionally, you may be able to lower your risks for some dental emergencies by visiting your dental clinic regularly for checkups and teeth cleans. These measures may make you less likely to develop deep decay, infections, and the resulting dental emergency.

You should also wear a mouthguard if you compete in sports. This can help lower your risks for tooth knocked out, knocked loose, or other sports-related injuries to the mouth.

For Your Dental Emergency in Modbury, We Welcome Your Call

We invite you to contact our dental clinic for more information.

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Disclaimer: The information throughout this site is not intended to be taken as medical advice.
Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.