Mississauga dentist keeps your family healthy with emergency dental care
It’s estimated that up to 80 percent of Canadians will
One of the most serious complications of untreated
Another type of abscess can also occur as
If an abscess is suspected, this is an emergency.
An abscess may need to be treated should you experience:
- Throbbing pain
- Pain that worsens when chewing
- Jaw or facial swelling
- A red bump inside the mouth
- A sour or salty taste in the mouth
You may also be feverish. There is no need to suffer with
the often severe pain associated with dental infections. Dr. Kotecha can
prescribe safe and effective medications to get you out of pain and
treat the infection. Root canal therapy can restore the tooth’s
appearance and function.
Of course, dental abscesses resulting from chronic gum disease or decay are not the only reasons to call the emergency line. Accidents happen. If you have a fall or injury, minutes count when it comes to saving the tooth.
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