Dental infections are unfortunately a very common occurrence and can be debilitating for those affected. We believe that prevention is better than cure! It is therefore highly advisable that you visit a dentist regularly for dental check ups and hygiene visits such that we can keep an eye out for any potential problems and sort them out before they get any worse. Our dentists will also be able to give you specific advice on how to avoid getting a dental infection in the future as if left untreated in the worst case scenario, dental infections can potentially be life threatening. Let us help you rid your mouth from dental infections.
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If you are unfortunate enough to suffer from a dental infection then this may present in one or more of the following ways: -
Broadly speaking a dental infection can either be those that effect:
An infection can either be acute or chronic.
This type of infection is characterised by a sudden onset of pain and swelling. If you have an acute dental infection then you will most certainly know about it and will likely need to seek immediate help.
This type of infection is characterised by a more slower onset and often with no pain at all. If you have a chronic infection then you may not even know you have it - hence the importance of regular dental check ups to spot these issues early and treat them before they get worse.
You may have commonly heard of the word "Dental Abscess" - this is essentially another name given to a type of dental infection.
If you suspect that you may have a dental infection then please seek your dentist as a matter of urgency such that your issue can be looked into and sorted out before it worsens.
If you suspect you have a dental infection and are either struggling to breathe or swallow then please either call 999 or visit A&E immediately.
They are treated by accessing and removing the source of infection. Where there is a delay in accessing the source of infection or if the infection is quite severe then you may also be given antibiotics to help.
There are numerous options when it comes to treating dental pain. The treatments that would suit you best are suggested based entirely on your needs, requirements and are bespoke to you alone. We would recommend booking in for a consultation with one of our experts who will discuss your specific requirements with you.
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