What to do in a Dental Emergency
If you or a family member experience a dental emergency, being prepared can make all the difference. Today we are sharing some great tips for how to handle a dental emergency so you can ditch the stress if it happens to you!
Typically, you’ll either experience an urgent dental emergency, or a non-urgent emergency that does not require immediate care. Some examples of urgent situations include an extremely painful toothache, non-stop bleeding, a loose or knocked-out tooth, an injured jaw, or severe swelling. Some examples of non-urgent issues include a lost filling, lost or broken retainer, or a broken or cracked tooth, as long as it isn’t causing severe pain.