A dental emergency can hijack the course of your day. You may have had any number of plans, but they can be wiped away by the onset of significant dental pain, or an injury that affects one tooth, or multiple teeth. Your dentist will make sure they are available to you as soon as possible when you suffer a dental emergency. They can address any immediate concerns, so that your oral health does not suffer excessively. However, they can also work with you to make sure your smile still looks great. The type of care you ultimately need will depend on the severity of the problem you suffer.
Prompt Attention For A Serious Dental Issue Can Be Crucial
Prompt attention can be crucial when a dental injury damages a tooth, or causes it to come loose. Your dentist will prioritize your case as much as possible, and do what they can to save you from tooth loss. However, if a tooth cannot be saved, there are prosthetic dental options that provide real support, and do not disrupt how you look.
Natural, Remarkable Results From Cosmetic Dental Work
Milder injuries can still leave behind frustrating signs of damage. How can your dentist help you recover your smile from visible harm? Cosmetic dental work makes it possible to discreetly eliminate the appearance of flaws caused by damage. With porcelain veneers, you can make sure no hint of damage is still visible when you smile. However, damage to a tooth that has functional consequences will call for a dental crown, which can protect a tooth, and hide signs of trauma.
Your Dentist Can Help Take Care Of Your Smile If You Suffer A Dental Emergency!
No one wants to deal with a dental emergency, but they are hard to ignore. Your dentist is available to provide emergency care when you need it, so that your problem does not have lasting consequences. Dr. Koshki’s wealth of experience will help him identify, and fully address, your problem. To learn more about the services we offer, or to schedule a consultation with Dr. Moeiz Koshki, call Santa Monica Dental Arts in Santa Monica, CA today at 310-395-1261, or fill out an appointment form.