Emergency Dental Care at Dr Daniel Tebbi DMD, Cosmetic Dentistry & Orthodontics
If you have a toothache or have suffered a facial injury affecting your teeth or gums, Severe pain, lost a tooth, loose teeth, bleeding from the mouth, cracked tooth, abscess and swelling of the face, bumps on the gums, lost a crown or filling, broken or chipped teeth and more. it’s vital to seek immediate dental care. Prolonging treatment may complicate your dental health and overall health as well as increase your treatment costs.
It’s best to establish a relationship with a good dentist to prevent dental emergencies from the start. When you visit us twice per year for a cleaning and exam, Dr. Tebbi can spot issues early, and you can avoid discomfort due to tooth decay and prevent further damage. Injuries are unpredictable, so the best way to defend against them is by using a mouth guard when engaging in sports or other activities where the risk of injury is increased.
Emergency Dentistry for Urgent Dental Care in Encino, 91436
Near Los Angeles, CA
When you are suffering from an emergency dental situation, such as a broken tooth, chipped tooth, broken dentures, or infected tooth, you may require immediate dental care. At Daniel Tebbi DMD Cosmetic Dentistry and Orthodontics, we are committed to providing convenient dental care for our patients.
If you are experiencing a dental emergency, including dental pain, it is important to seek Dental attention right away. Schedule an Appointment Today so we can alleviate your pain and restore your smile to full health. Call us today at 818-789-2034 or request an appointment through our website at any time. Schedule Online
Immediate Tooth Pain Relief for Emergency Dental Care
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Anyone can suffer a dental emergency, and our Encino dental practice offers compassionate care, quickly. Call us if you are Experiencing severe discomfort from a cavity, or if you have experienced a dental emergency in or near Encino.
In the Meantime
Until you arrive at our dental office, the following advice may help you manage this unexpected dental event:
The pain from a toothache, abscess, or injury can often be reduced with a cold compress or ice-pack. Over-the-counter pain relievers can also be used to ease discomfort if there are no allergies present.
An abscess is an infection that can spread and endanger other teeth; if you have swelling or pimple-like sores around a tooth, you probably have an abscess. Call us right away!
If a tooth is Avulsed (knocked out), try to place it back into the socket after rinsing your mouth and the tooth, gently. If a child has lost a permanent tooth, or if putting the tooth into the socket is impossible, place it in milk or slightly salted water. Time is of the essence in these cases, and we need to see you within the hour for the best outcome.
Broken or dislodged restorations should be repaired within a few days of the occurrence. This vigilance prevents gum tissue from growing into the space reserved for the fitted crown or bridge.
Lost filling or crown, Usually, a crown or filling comes loose while eating. Once it is out of the mouth, the affected tooth may be incredibly sensitive to temperature changes and pressure. Crowns generally become loose because the tooth beneath is decaying. The decay causes shape changes in the teeth – meaning that the crown no longer fits.
At-home temporary toothache pain relief remedies include: Over-the-counter painkillers like Tylenol or Advil. Numbing gels. Salt water rinses. Cold compresses. Tooth pain medications.
Other Tips for Soothing a Toothache
1. Don’t underestimate the power of salt water. Rinsing your mouth with warm salt water will both soothe your toothache and disinfect your mouth. However, make sure the water is warm; cold water can further exacerbate a sensitive tooth. Follow up the saltwater rinse by swishing your mouth with hydrogen peroxide.
2. Clove oil, eucalyptus oil, peppermint oil, and vanilla extract are proven to be comforting elixirs. Dip a cotton swab in one of these mixtures and apply it to your tooth and gums. These substances, which you may even have in your kitchen cupboards, are known to have pain-relieving qualities. For the best results, repeat the application throughout the day.
3. place a cold compress on your jaw.
4. Try flossing. Your toothache might be throbbing and severe, but there’s always a chance the pain is caused by a piece of food awkwardly lodged in your teeth.
* If a crown has dropped out of the mouth, make a dental appointment as soon as possible. Keep the crown in a safe place because there is a possibility that the dentist can reinsert it. If the crown is out of the mouth for a long period of time, the teeth may shift or sustain further damage.
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