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The Importance of Finding Emergency Dental Care for Children in Greensboro, NC

Watching a child go through a crisis of any kind is so hard for a parent, especially when it comes to something that could have a significant impact on the future of their dental health. Dr. Sona Isharani and the team at Triad Pediatric Dentistry in Greensboro, NC, understand how traumatic a dental emergency can be for kids and are here to treat such situations with urgent yet gentle care. Dr. Isharani welcomes anybody to call in for treatment of any number of dental emergencies.

What to Do If Your Child Has a Tooth Knocked Out

The first thing that you are going to want to do is remain calm. Take a deep breath and clear your head. Everything is going to be ok. Next, locate the tooth. Once you have found it, make sure you are handling it by the chewing surface and not by the root. If the tooth remains intact and is not dirty, you should try to insert it gently into your child’s empty socket and then have your child bite down on a piece of clean gauze. Head directly to your dentist from there. If the tooth cannot be inserted into the socket, place it into a clean container with milk is also a good option. Contact your dentist immediately.

What to Do If Your Child Has Chipped or Broken Their Tooth

Even if it is just a baby tooth, if the tooth is chipped or broken, immediately contact your dentist. If a tooth that has become chipped or broken goes untreated, bacteria can find its way into the tooth’s pulp or nerves, causing an infection. Apply direct pressure to any bleeding area of the mouth using a clean cloth. For any swelling that may occur, a cold compress works great.

These are just a couple of examples you may run into that constitute a dental emergency. Several other situations fall under this emergency “umbrella” and it is important, even if you are not sure that what your child faces is an emergency, to call the dentist. A dentist can evaluate the situation and provide you with critical next steps. Dr. Sona Isharani and her team at Triad Pediatric Dentistry are here for your children and will treat any emergency with compassionate and effective care. To reach Triad Pediatric Dentistry, please call (336) 804-8668.

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