TRAUMA AND AVULSED TEETH

You are here:
trauma avulsed teeth

Trauma and Avulsed Teeth

dientesdesalojados

Accidents happen! Teeth can get knocked out or pushed into the gingiva. When this occurs, the nerve connected to the tooth becomes severed. The tooth may need a root canal, as well as splinting to retain the tooth in the site of injury.

If the tooth remains untreated, it may become necrotic and an infection can form. Signs of this may involve pain, swelling, exudate, bleeding, gingival fistula, unusual taste, and darkening of the tooth.

(not all symptoms are always present)

Dr. Christopher A. Palmer, DDS

Are You Experiencing Tooth Pain?

If it’s difficult to chew your food, concentrate at work or school or maybe even sleep throughout the night, click to call us now or schedule an appointment and get the relief you deserve.

MDA-v1
aae-v1
ada-v1
gslds-v1

Make an Appointment

We will do everything we can to make your dental care an easy and care-free part of your life, with convenient office hours, a relaxed atmosphere and friendly service you’ll wonder why you ever hesitated to get started.

Submit