Emergency Dentists at LosAngelesEmergencyDentist.net Now Provide Emergency Dental Care for Los Angeles Area Patients

LosAngelesEmergencyDentist.net now provides patients with easy access to an array of emergency dental services.

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LosAngelesEmergencyDentist.net

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) August 05, 2014

Los Angeles Emergency dentists at LosAngelesEmergencyDentist.net announce that they provide emergency dental care to patients in the Los Angeles area. With the range of procedures available from these dentists, patients can get relief from pain and other immediate symptoms as well as prevention of long-term complications. Dental emergencies can arise for a variety of reasons, including physical trauma from accidents or assault and sudden worsening of untreated oral health problems. Patients can quickly schedule an appointment no matter what time of day an emergency occurs, but they can also take steps to help support the best possible prognosis until their appointment time arrives.

LosAngelesEmergencyDentist.net offers information from emergency dentists for patients who are affected by time-sensitive oral health problems. Whether patients need endodontic care, emergency fillings, tooth replacement or other treatment, they can receive it from these emergency dentists. In addition to emergency dentists, LosAngelesEmergencyDentist.net offers an orthodontist in Los Angeles for teeth repositioning, a Los Angeles periodontist for gum disease treatment and an endodontist in Los Angeles for root canal treatment.

Physical trauma and oral health problems can cause a number of emergency situations for patients. If patients fall or are struck around the mouth, they may suffer broken, chipped or cracked teeth. This can expose the nerve and pave the way for pulp infection, causing serious pain and requiring fast treatment from a Los Angeles emergency dentist. When teeth and their supporting structures deteriorate due to long-term decay or gum disease, emergency care can restore the structure of those teeth and protect them from further problems later.

With the right action at home, patients can help protect themselves until it is time to visit the emergency dentist. For severe toothaches and associated inflammation, patients can hold a cold compress outside the mouth next to the tooth, apply clove oil directly to the aching tooth and swish with salt water. When patients suffer a cracked or broken tooth, they should keep a piece of sugarless chewing gum over the tooth to protect it until repair can be performed. Finally, patients who have had teeth knocked out should keep those teeth in their cheek to keep them alive until replantation can be attempted.


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