It could have happened to anyone. But those who are more careless than others, do find themselves more often in trouble. An emergency tooth extraction in Loudon by a qualified dentist may well be unavoidable under the healthiest of circumstances, and at least it is handled efficiently and quickly too. All you do is phone the dentist’s reception to explain the trouble, and then an emergency appointment is usually set up for you.
The dentist knows this well enough by now. No good dentist likes to see his patient suffering like this. So then, every effort is made to reprioritize the dentist’s appointment book for the day. This allows him to see you as early as possible. By the time you are sitting in his chair, he has probably already got half of the story in. This was explained when you phoned in to make that emergency dental appointment.
So, after a quick examination, he will proceed to remove the pain. And you will soon see how quickly and effective he pulls this off. So much, much better than having to rush off for a packet of painkillers, wouldn’t you think? Painkillers that may or may not work, as it turns out. Now, this article’s headline has always been about an emergency tooth extraction, but what if we told you that no tooth extraction needs to occur?
Yes, that is quite possible. After the dentist has removed the pain, he will proceed with his examination. He will look and see what the extent of the damage has been. Of course, it goes without saying that should the damage be that severe, that there’s is no way that the tooth could be rescued, he will proceed to remove the tooth as clinically as possible.