What to do if your face is swollen
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Is it safe to go to the emergency dentist during COVID-19?
Emergency dentist during COVID-19, the risks, precautions and how everyone has a new role to play. How the world has changed in 2020! COVID-19 is here and we have to adapt. Here we will tell you how things changed to maximise safety during the pandemic. Natural anxieties about visiting an emergency dentist with any kind … Continue reading Is it safe to go to the emergency dentist during COVID-19?
KNOCKED OUT TOOTH
What to do when you have a knocked out tooth
What is a dental abscess?
How emergency dentists can help with dental abscess and swollen face.
How to deal with cuts and minor soft tissues in and around the mouth
There are many reasons why you may get cuts and soft tissue injuries in and around the mouth, including trauma and unexpected reasons like sharp pieces of food or unexpected foreign objects in food (like bone).
How to take care of a wound following a dental extraction (tooth removal)
How to minimise risk of pain and infection after a tooth extraction. What to do if there is pain following a dental extraction at an emergency dentist.
How to fix a throbbing toothache
I don’t think we’ve met anyone who can ignore a throbbing toothache for a long time. There comes a point where painkillers stop working and the pain is continuous, incessant and debilitating. We often hear female patients say that child birth was less painful. What causes it? There are many dental issues that can cause … Continue reading How to fix a throbbing toothache
Why do sweet foods cause my teeth to be sensitive?
We often have patients attending the 24 hour emergency dental service complaining of sensitivity to sweet foods and drinks. This can occur due to a variety of reasons, but primarily it is due to exposed dentine. Let’s have a quick look at the anatomy of a tooth. The tooth comprises of a hard layer of … Continue reading Why do sweet foods cause my teeth to be sensitive?
Can I smoke after a tooth extraction?
One of the most common reasons we see patients vising us in dental emergency clinics is due to smoking related infections after a dental extraction. Smoking is a really difficult addiction to break, if tobacco was be classed as a drug today it would probably be illegal. Smoking after a dental extraction is really asking … Continue reading Can I smoke after a tooth extraction?
Toothaches & Painkillers
Best painkillers for toothache and how to find an emergency dentist for toothache