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Emergency Services

Emergency Services

Dental emergencies are any issues that involve teeth and their supporting structures. It could be an injury to the teeth, gums, or other tissues of the mouth. No dental plight should be taken lightly as negligence can increase the risk of permanent damage or potentially lead to expensive dental treatment.

Common dental emergencies

Tooth pain

In situations where a toothache is disturbing one's day-to-day activities, the patient can tend to it with some simple remedies. We recommend the patient first rinse their mouth with warm water or use dental floss to remove any food debris. Patients are advised to avoid painkillers or aspirin as they may burn the surrounding tissues of the mouth. In case the pain doesn't subside, call your dentist immediately.

Broken or Chipped Teeth

A chipped or broken tooth can be the result of a bad fall or injury. Any signs of bleeding should be tended to by applying gauze to the wound. Patients can also use a cold compress for the areas around the mouth, such as cheeks or lips.

Knocked-out tooth

If you ever come across a situation where your tooth has been severely knocked out, there is no need to panic. Patients are requested to hold the tooth by the crown and rinse off the root with water. It is convenient if the patient can try and re-insert the tooth back in its place, but it is advised to never force it into the socket.

Lost crown

A lost or fallen crown would require seeing the dentist right away. If that's not possible, it is advised to use a cotton swab and apply a bit of clove oil to the affected area. 

Broken brackets and wires

Wearing braces for the first time can pose a challenge. Sticking brackets and wires may cause discomfort. In such situations, use the eraser end of a pencil to push the wire back into its place.

Soft-tissue Injuries

Any injury to the soft tissues can result in bleeding of the tongue, cheeks, gums,  and lips. In order to control the bleeding until a professional gets hold of the situation, rinse your mouth with salt-water solution, apply pressure at the point of breakage and hold for 15-20 minutes. In case the bleeding does not stop, the patient is advised to see a dentist right away.

Visit  Dr. Lu, our best dentist in Bloomingdale, IL for your dental emergencies. Call us today at (630) 529 0303.


Location

303 E Army Trail Rd Ste 421, Bloomingdale, IL 60108

Call & Text: (630) 529-0303

Fax: (630) 529-8636

We are easily accessible from I-290 and I-355  Army  Trail Rd. Exit

Office Hours

MON - TUE 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

WED 12:00 pm - 7:00 pm

THU 10:00 am - 6:00 pm

FRI Closed

SAT 8:00 am - 1:00 pm

SUN Closed

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Call & Text: (630) 529-0303

Email: ardendentalcenter@gmail.com

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