Dental Emergency

Dental Emergency is a term which describes an injury to the teeth and the supporting tissues. It can be potentially serious and should not be ignored. Generally, it doesn’t include torment, but sometimes it should be looked at. Agony can begin from the tooth, including tissues. It can be a cause of the inflammation of the soft tissues surrounding the teeth or can also be due to post-treatment complication of dental surgery such as dry tooth socket. Dental Emergency can also arise as an infection which travel through the root canal space to the bone. This infection causes swelling of the tissue, inflammation and spreading of the infection to other tissues.

Related Journals: Journal of Dental and Craniofacial Research, Dental Implants and Dentures: Open Access, Research & Reviews: Journal of Dental Sciences, Journal of Dental Education, Advances in dental research, British Dental Journal, Dental Traumatology

 

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