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Nhs Emergency Dentist Barrow in Furness

WHAT IS A DENTAL EMERGENCY?

A DENTAL EMERGENCY IS WHEN ONE NEEDS UNSCHEDULED DENTAL CARE. THERE ARE CLASSIFICATIONS OF DENTAL EMERGENCIES ACCORDING TO THE NHS BASED ON THE CONDITION OF THE PATIENT. FOR EXAMPLE, URGENT EMERGENCIES ARE WHEN A PATIENT PRESENTS HIM/HERSELF WITH THE FOLLOWING:

  • PAIN DUE TO DENTAL ARCHES
  • UNCONTROLLABLE DENTAL HAEMORRHAGE AFTER AN EXTRACTION
  • RAPID SWELLING AROUND THE THROAT
  • ACUTE INFECTION IN THE DENTAL AND SOFT TISSUE
  • SEVERE PAIN IN A TOOTH OR FACIAL PAIN RESULTING FROM A DENTAL INFECTION

NON-URGENT DENTAL EMERGENCIES ARE WHEN PATIENTS ARE IN DISCOMFORT BUT NOT PAIN AND OFTEN INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING:

  • PATIENTS WHO NEED A SECOND OPINION
  • AESTHETIC PROBLEMS LIKE DISLODGED BRIDGES AND CROWNS
  • REFERRED PATIENTS FOR SPECIALIZED TREATMENT
  • BROKEN DENTURES
  • NONTRAUMATIC PROBLEMS
  • PATIENTS IN NEED OF SURGICAL EXTRACTIONS AND ARE NOT IN PAIN

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