- Category: General Dentistry
- Emergency Dentist - Dental Emergency
- Knocked-Out Tooth
- Loose Teeth
- Chipped, Cracked or Fractured Teeth
- Something stuck between teeth
- Lost Dental filling
- Oral Tissue Injury and Facial Pain
- Problems with Temporary Dental Restorations
- Is it a Dental Emergency?
- Avoiding a Dental Emergency
- Preparing for a Dental Emergency
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Avoiding a Dental Emergency
You can avoid most dental emergencies with routine cleanings with name by making sure that your mouth and teeth are strong, healthy and without decay. If you are leaving for vacation and will not have access to dental care, it is advised that you set an appointment with name before your departure to make sure that you don’t have any loose crowns, or decay near the nerve. Such issues might cause pain and may develop into another problem which may become a dental emergency in the future. Also wearing a mouth guard during sports activities will help to prevent any chipped, knocked out or broken teeth. Chewing on ice or other such hard foods should also be avoided as they may break or fracture your teeth.