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You have been having some problems with your teeth and gums and not sure if it’s something really worth looking into. You don’t want to bother your dentist if it’s just a popcorn kernel stuck in between your teeth and you can fix it yourself. But what if it really is a serious issue and causes the need for alarm?

Check out the below signs for a dental emergency that causes prompting to call a professional.

Do you have the feeling that something is caught in your teeth and even when you tried brushing, flossing, or rinsing it just won’t dislodge? If there is something stuck in your teeth and won’t set free then it could possibly lead to infection to the gums. It’s best to call a professional to get their help in removing the debris.

Pain in Your Mouth

Swelling or redness of the gums can be pretty normal and can be easily fixed by brushing or flossing. However, if your gums feel more swollen, bright red in color, and are bleeding this can be a sign of infection and a more serious case of gum disease. It’s good to get this treated as soon as possible to halt the irritation from spreading and to receive relief from any pain.

If you have a toothache that doesn’t seem to go away even after taking a pain reliever, you may have a dental emergency. The pain might indicate a cavity, an abscess, a broken tooth and possible other dental issues. If the pain is prolonged then it’s time to see an emergency dentist.

Loose or Cracked Teeth

Did your tooth break or get knocked out? This definitely a dental emergency. Breaking a tooth or getting your tooth knocked out is very painful and can lead to a serious infection. Even if it’s a child who broke their tooth, it’s important to get it check out- without treatment it can impact the growth or development of their adult teeth.

It’s not uncommon to lose a filling or crown especially while eating. But if you do lose them it can cause severe pain since nerves are left exposed. Make sure to contact your local dental emergency phone number to address the issue right away.

Jaw pain is also something not to mess around with. If you find issues in biting down or feel a pop when you chew or have chronic pain in your jaw this could mean that you have an inflamed joint in your jaw. Discuss with a professional as soon as possible to find treatment options.

Dental emergencies may feel hard to define but it’s better to be safe than sorry! Reach out to your dentist if you have any concerns or questions. At Sedki Dentistry Commerce Twp, we are committed to addressing your dental emergency as soon as possible.

Part of maintaining a healthy mouth is being proactive about your dental health concerns. Sedki Dentistry has the latest equipment and state of the art technology, to ensure his patients receive the highest level of dental care. Our team is experienced in Cosmetic Dentistry, Dental Treatments, Dental Procedures, Invisalign, Teeth Whitening, Dental Implants, Orthodontics, Children’s’ Dentistry and more! Call today for a Free Dental Consultation.