Emergencies are very much that’s uncalled for. But it’s not under our control. And the worst kinds of emergencies are those which occur while traveling. If you face any kind of dental emergencies while traveling, then try to get in touch with the local dentist or ER of the place you are visiting. But till then you must do certain things to handle the emergency.
A severe toothache may be a sign of a dental emergency. However, a new, unexplained toothache may be a sign of a deeper problem. Travelers often experience dental pain when flying due to the changes and imbalances in the air pressure on the plane. Sometimes cracks or cavities within the tooth amplify the pain when air enters the space and expands in response to air pressure changes. This should be temporary and you should find relief after landing.
Dental emergencies don’t always incur to natural teeth but your implants can also be damaged. Don’t try to repair your dentures as it can only be done by a professional. So till you reach a clinic you must preserve your dentures and not use till its repairs or replaced.
So you’ve chomped down on your favorite famous baked cookie and lost a filling in the process. Don’t panic! First, assess the damage. If it’s painful, clean your mouth carefully with lukewarm water to remove any food debris. If it’s not, you can carefully and gently brush the area.
Breaking or cracking a tooth is a dental emergency that requires immediate action. Rinse your mouth and apply a cold compress on the outside of your cheek to treat any swelling. Then find a dentist or emergency room in the area and go in for an urgent visit.