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Emergency Dentistry

Emergency Dentistry in Cary, NC

Having an emergency dentist available on speed dial is essential to ensure that you get professional dental care when you need it most. Whether it’s a chipped tooth from a tackle on the sports field or a toothache that has progressively worsened overnight, Dr. Qureshy can help you deal with pain or injury to your teeth, gums, or oral cavity. Delaying dental care can result in increased pain and possibly infection. Having an emergency dentist is a must no matter the current condition of your smile. Here’s a look at some of the most common types of dental emergencies you may experience.

Avulsed Tooth

An avulsed tooth is a tooth that has been completely knocked out of the mouth. When a tooth is hit out the mouth due to an injury, blood vessels, nerves, and tissues can become torn and damaged. In some instances, placing the tooth back into its socket within one hour of the injury can result in the tissue growing back to support the tooth. In other scenarios, the tooth cannot be reinserted and a false tooth will need to be placed. If you have lost a tooth due to an injury, contact Dr.Qureshy immediately.

Lost Crown or Filling

A filling or crown can come loose due to an injury or while chewing something sticky or hard. You can typically tell when a filling or crown is loose as the tooth may become extremely sensitive to pressure and temperature changes. Crowns generally become loose when the underlying tooth has started to decay, which causes changes to the structure of the tooth. If a crown has fallen out of the mouth, keep it in a safe place and bring it to the dentist office with you. It may be able to be recemented.

Broke/Cracked Tooth

Broken and cracked teeth can be painful and need to be remedied quickly to eliminate the discomfort. In some cases, a fracture may be painless but can extend to the root increasing the possibility of infection. If a tooth has been broken, cracked, or fractured, it’s important to contact Dr. Qureshy right away. If a piece of your tooth has been broken off, rinse the fragment in warm water and bring it with you in a ziplock to the dentist.

Dental emergencies can happen at any time. To ensure you’re prepared for whatever may come your way, Dr. Qureshy is a reliable emergency dentist you can trust.