What Is Emergency Dentistry?

Emergency dentist are the medical professionals who take care of dental emergencies, usually in cases where the patient has been suffering from some kind of injury or illness that has left him or her with some kind of toothache or some serious dental disease. Emergency dentistry consists of procedures such as removing tooth enamel with lasers or bonding and cementing an injured tooth back together to relieve pain, or replacing a missing tooth.

Emergency dentistry can be broadly categorized as emergency surgery and emergency dental treatment. The term “emergency” refers to a situation where something may be seriously wrong, such as a broken bone, a bleeding gums, a bleeding tooth, a pulled tooth, a severe cavity, etc. In order to save the life of someone from any kind of injury or disease, emergency dentistry should be sought as quickly as possible.

Tooth extraction is one of the most common procedures done in emergency dentistry. This procedure involves removing the tooth and replacing it with a crown. An anaesthetic is usually given to the patient, and then he or she is taken to an emergency dentist’s office where the process is started. Tooth extraction can also be done if the root canal has been performed and the root has been damaged. There are three methods to replace a tooth.

One method is called the Root Canal. This method involves removing the pulp and the tooth’s inner layers by pulling the tooth out through a small hole or incision in the tooth. The dental surgeon inserts a suction tube or a cannula to extract the tooth. After the tooth is extracted, the root canal is placed on top of the tooth in order to prevent any kind of infection from occurring. An anaesthetic is normally given to the patient before the procedure is begun. When the root canal is finished, a crown is put on top of the tooth in order to fill in the remaining gaps.

The second type of procedure is referred to as crown veneers. The dental surgeon removes the tooth’s outer layer and replaces it with the protective substance that covers the tooth. This prevents any bacteria from penetrating into the tooth cavity after a period of time and also helps in preventing any kind of infection from spreading to the tooth.

Lastly, the last option is known as crown bonding. This method involves bonding and cementing a temporary crown on top of the tooth that protects it from further damage until the root canal is complete. Once the root canal is complete, the crown will be removed and replaced with a permanent tooth.