24 Hour Emergency Dentists

This might be a little bit obvious but these types of dentists are open 24 hours a day 7 days a week and 365 days a year.  These are open to give people instant treatment and care on an injury which they have just suffered or have been suffering from and the pain has got worse.  They can be different types of injuries which have happened but with all the right equipment that the dentists have it will cure the pain and injury quickly.


They are quite a lot of problems why people may need a 24 hour dentist, one of those is toothache.  A big amount of people suffer from toothache and is probably the most annoying ache ever, it can be just a little ache where you can feel a little bit, or can be very big when either a tooth has been damaged or a tooth is coming through.  What to do if you have toothache is to floss between your teeth to remove any food which is stuck and also before the flossing you should rinse your mouth out with warm water.  If you have chipped or broken your tooth you should keep the pieces which have falling out.  If the area where the tooth or a bit of the tooth is bleeding then you should cover the area up for around 8-10 minutes until it has stopped bleeding.  Where as if your tooth has been knocked out then you should hold the tooth by the crown end which is the end where you gum is, and then clean it but doesn’t scrub the tooth too hard.  If your tooth doesn’t go back in the socket you should put in a tiny container of milk or water with a pinch of salt.   If you get object stuck between your teeth before you go the dentist you should try and floss them out.  If you have lost a filling, then you should stick a piece of sugar-less gum in to the place where the filling was.  A major problem is abscesses, these usually are in the root surface or in between the teeth and gums.  If you have a crown in your mouth and it falls out, you should keep the crown and make an appointment to see your dentist as soon as possible.  Soft tissue injuries usually involve the tongue, cheeks, gums and lips which result in bleeding.