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Dental emergency treatment in Tijuana
Dental emergencies can be a scary and painful experience. That’s why it’s essential to have a dental clinic you can trust to take care of you when you need it the most. TRUST Dental Care provides emergency dental services with cutting-edge technology and professionalism. We understand the urgency of dental emergencies and we strive to provide prompt and compassionate care to all of our patients.
If you have a dental emergency, we can arrange a same-day appointment
We are your dental office in Tijuana, and our dentists are prepared with skill and state-of-the-art technology to give you urgent care in cases of:
Sudden oral pain can be pretty unbearable to deal with. Trying to fix it yourself or putting off professional help will only make it worse.
Dental issues can escalate quickly, and acting on time could prevent you from experiencing pain and having expenses that might’ve not been necessary.
What is a Dental Emergency?
A dental emergency is any situation that requires immediate dental treatment. Dental emergencies can include a variety of issues, such as severe toothache, chipped or broken teeth, knocked-out teeth, or other injuries to the mouth or jaw. It’s important to seek professional assistance as soon as possible to prevent further damage and alleviate any pain or discomfort.
6 Common Dental Emergencies You Should Know About
Common Dental Emergencies
Toothache: A toothache can be caused by a variety of issues, such as tooth decay, gum disease, or a dental abscess. A toothache may also be accompanied by swelling in the gums or face, fever, or sensitivity to hot or cold temperatures. If you experience severe tooth pain, don’t wait, contact us!
Chipped or Broken Teeth: A chipped or broken tooth can be caused by trauma to the mouth or by biting down on something hard. Depending on the severity of the chip or break, it may be considered a dental emergency and require immediate treatment. A chipped or broken tooth can cause pain or sensitivity, and may also impact your ability to eat or speak properly.
Knocked-Out Tooth: If you have a tooth knocked out, it’s important to act fast. Try to find the tooth and handle it by the crown. Rinse the tooth with water but do not scrub it, and try to reinsert the tooth into the socket if possible. If you can’t reinsert the tooth, place it in a container of milk and seek dental care immediately. A knocked-out tooth can be caused by a blow to the mouth or face and may be accompanied by bleeding or swelling.
Other Injuries to the Mouth or Jaw: Injuries to the mouth or jaw can range from minor cuts to more severe issues such as a broken jaw. If you experience any trauma to the mouth or jaw, seek emergency dental care as soon as possible. Symptoms of mouth or jaw injuries can include pain, swelling, bleeding, or difficulty opening or closing the mouth.