Oral pain should never be ignored. Even mild mouth discomfort can be the first sign of a bigger problem. It’s important to notify your dentist for prompt care, if you’re suffering from a dental emergency!
What Can You Do?
When a dental emergency occurs, your immediate reaction is important! While you wait for expert care, here’s a few helpful tips for the most common oral concerns:
Call Your Dentist!
While these tips may be helpful for your dental emergency, the most important thing you can do is call your dentist right away. Don’t endure oral discomfort, especially when your dental health is at risk!
Posted on behalf of:
Linda King, DDS MAGD
4146 Georgia 42
Locust Grove, GA 30248
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