If you suffer from pain in a tooth you should contact your dentist as soon as possible — it can indicate a serious problem. Often, pain in a tooth is a sign that you have a cavity. Other causes for tooth pain could be grinding or clenching your teeth when sleeping or awake.
Taking over-the-counter pain relievers can help immediately ease some of your discomfort.
If you are having a dental emergency in Gurugram or surrounding area, contact Alveo Dental Clinic for help as soon as possible. The doctor will make herself available to attend to you on priority; please call now.
Sore and swollen gums are most often caused by gum disease and plaque. It could also be because food is stuck in your teeth; in this situation, gently brush and floss your teeth. It could also indicate severe tooth infection.
If you are suffering from gum disease it’s important to see a doctor right away. Short term solutions include rinsing your mouth with warm, salt water and using over-the-counter pain relievers.
Please AVOID hot compress.
If you are suffering from a dental emergency in Gurugram or surrounding area, contact Alveo Dental Clinic for help as soon as possible. The doctor will make herself available to attend to you on priority; please call now.
Many things can cause a sore on the tender skin inside your mouth, including a cancer sore, a herpes lesion, a burn from hot food such as pizza, or a cut from something sharp you’ve eaten like hard, crusty bread.
Most pharmacies sell over-the-counter remedies, such as creams, that aid mouth irritations. However, if your sore does not improve in a day or two after using one of these products, call Alveo Dental Clinic for a professional opinion.
We can be reached 24 hours a day in a dental emergency. Please call us today and a member of our highly-trained, professional staff will help with your needs.
If you suffer from a broken tooth, you are likely facing pain caused by a sharp edge from the broken tooth, a cracked filling or a large cavity in the tooth. You should see a dentist as soon as possible to fix the problem, however, you can seek temporary relief by purchasing dental wax at a pharmacy. The wax can be smoothed over the tooth’s sharp edge and offers some relief until your dentist appointment. Additionally, taking an over-the-counter pain medication may bring some relief.
You can reach Alveo Dental Clinic 24 hours a day if you are having a dental emergency. Please call us now and a highly-trained member of our professional staff will help with you.
The tooth in the very back of your mouth is known as a wisdom tooth, and for many people these teeth cannot grow and become impacted, or stuck, in the gum. This situation is serious, as it’s possible to get an infection, resulting in tremendous pain. Having the tooth (or teeth) extracted by a dentist is the only solution.
Again, it’s important you see a dentist immediately, however, for short term relief, take an over-the-counter pain medication and rinse your mouth every few hours with a solution of 1 glass warm water and a tsp of salt to help ease inflammation. You may also need a prescription for antibiotics to further prevent infection.
Alveo Dental Clinic can be reached 24 hours a day in a dental emergency. Call the office now and a highly-trained member of our professional staff will help you.
If your brace or wire becomes loose or broken, come to the office as soon as possible, as it can only be fixed by your dentist. If sharp edges on the wire or brace are hurting your mouth, buy dental wax from your local pharmacy, and smooth it over the sharp edge. In an orthodontic emergency, you can reach the team at Alveo Dental Clinic 24 hours a day.
A temporary crown protects your tooth from plaque and germ contamination and keeps your tooth in place until you get your permanent crown.
In a situation where a temporary crown falls off, even if it’s for a short time, your teeth can move and shift, and the permanent crown won’t fit. If your temporary crown falls off, save the crown and bring it to your dentist right away so it can be re-cemented.
Make an appointment with your dentist, but if you cannot get to the office immediately, try replacing the crown yourself. If it stays on the tooth, be aware to chew on the other side of your mouth and get to the dentist as soon as possible. If it does not stay and is a little loose, buy denture adhesive cream at your local pharmacy. Place a dab of the cream on the underside of crown, put it over the tooth, and bite down gently.