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Emergency Dental Care

Dental mishaps can occur at any time and in any place. Although dental injuries and crises can be upsetting for both children and parents, they are also fairly common. Approximately one-third of children have had some form of dental trauma, and many more have had a dental emergency. At Aurora Childrens Dentistry in Anchorage, AK, we understand how vital it is to address dental problems as soon as possible because any delays can cause irreversible damage or necessitate your kid undergoing more complex treatments in the future.

Common Pediatric Dental Emergencies

  • Broken or Fractured Teeth

Children frequently suffer from broken or cracked teeth as a result of sports or other activities. If this happens, collect as many fragments of your child's teeth as you can. Covering the damaged edges of a tooth with dental wax can help lessen the danger of damaging other parts of the mouth.

  • Toothache

If your child is complaining of a toothache, it's time to contact an emergency pediatric dentist. Inquire with your youngster if he or she is suffering pressure or ear pain in addition to toothache.

  • Knocked-Out (Avulsed) Teeth

A child with knocked-out teeth should see a dentist as soon as feasible. Do not put a knocked-out tooth in the mouth of a younger child, since he or she may swallow it. 

  • Cavities

Dental decay can affect both baby teeth and permanent teeth. Cavities in children, fortunately, can be successfully treated by emergency pediatric dentists. If your child has dental discomfort or sensitivity, he or she should be checked for cavities.

  • Dental Abscess

An abscessed tooth is a painful infection that develops inside the tooth's root. If your child has an abscess, he or she may have swollen gums, fever, or a terrible taste in his or her mouth. If you suspect a tooth abscess, contact our children's emergency dentist office right away because the illness can spread to other parts of your child's body if left untreated.

How Can I Aid in the Prevention of Dental Injuries?

  • Wear mouthguards when your youngster participates in sports.
  • To help avoid falls and other injuries, childproof your home.
  • Make it a habit for your youngster to attend the dentist regularly.
  • Do not allow your youngster to chew on ice, popcorn kernels, or hard candy.
  • Follow a proper oral hygiene regimen to keep your child's teeth strong and healthy.

For the best dental care for your children, visit Aurora Childrens Dentistry at 3340 Providence Dr Suite #A552, Anchorage, AK 99508, or call us at (907) 336-1234.

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