When it comes to dental emergencies, the more you know, the faster you’ll be able to react and make decisions that will help preserve your teeth in the long term. Follow this simple guidance so you know what to do in a dental emergency.
1. Decide whether it is a dental emergency
Knowing whether something is a dental emergency is important, it’ll determine what you do next. If you are experiencing pain or have knocked out a tooth, you should see your dentist as soon as possible. Find out more about different types of dental emergency.
If you aren’t sure whether your dental problem is an emergency or not, get in touch with your local dentist so they can advise you further.
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