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Types of Oral Injuries You Need to Call Us For
Posted on 1/15/2019 by College Hill Dental
At what point should you seek treatment for tooth, jaw, or gum injury? The easy answer is “immediately upon discovery,” but here are two problems that you definitely, without fail, should give us a call to discuss. Dental Abscesses Straddling the line between an illness and an injury (it's both), an abscess is a cyst that has become infected with bacteria, and is now swollen, cracking, and distended with sacks full of pus. The illness portion is all that diseased gunk swishing around inside of your sensitive tissues, but there are also injuries caused by the expansion and distortion of the abscess, as well as the potential for it to rupture and blister as it grows. Dangerous anywhere in the body, especially in the mouth, an abscess left untreated for too long can be potentially life threatening, and even in the best cases will certainly try to spread to other teeth and make them sick, too. Lost Teeth On a less grim note, if you have extremely recently lost a tooth, don't bury it under the pillow just yet! Most of the time, as long as the root structure is still intact and undamaged, a tooth that has been knocked out can be reattached and allowed to heal back into place, restoring it to its rightful place in your mouth. It is urgent to seek care immediately, as the optimal case for the procedure is within the first thirty minutes of losing the tooth, and the prognosis dims the longer it goes without care. Plop it down into a glass of milk, or if it isn't too painful, try to place it back into the socket, and come by our office to see if we can rescue it! In the first scenario, we warned against the potential death of a tooth. In the second, we discussed the potential saving of a tooth's life. Both are important, so please give us a call if you are experiencing either of these issues, or any dental issues that need professional care....
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All Posts:

Types of Oral Injuries You Need to Call Us For
1/15/2019
When Would Someone Need a Root Resection?
12/25/2018
When Tooth Sensitivity Gets Bad Enough to Require Medication, We Can Help
12/15/2018
Why It Is So Important to Tell Us About Snoring Problems
11/30/2018
What You Need to Know About Dental Pulp Disease
11/20/2018
Improve Your Oral Health With the Help of Seaweed
10/25/2018
How Your Oral Health Might Be Causing Dry Mouth
10/15/2018
Benefits That Come from Soft Tissue Grafts
9/23/2018
Bad Breath Can Come from Many Problems
9/13/2018
Foods You Should Not Eat with Dental Implants
8/30/2018
First Signs of a Cavity You Should Be Aware Of
8/20/2018
Signs Your Mouth has an Infection other than Pain
7/20/2018
How Chemotherapy Can Affect Your Oral Health
7/10/2018
Does Exercise Help Improve the Health of Your Mouth Too?
6/23/2018
Do Whitening Products Harm Your Enamel?
6/13/2018

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