Don’t let a dental emergency spoil your smile
Sudden tooth pain? A broken tooth? An abscessed tooth? Don’t wait to make an appointment if any of these situations happen to you!
Our dental office in Nyon welcomes you the same day:
- Monday to Thursday from 8am to 7pm
- Friday from 8am to 6pm
- Saturday from 8am to 1pm
A potentially serious infection that can spread rapidly, causing swelling, pain and sometimes fever.
Tooth loss or expulsion
Following trauma, a tooth may be completely ejected, requiring rapid intervention to attempt re-implantation.
A break or chip in the tooth that can affect the dental pulp, causing intense pain and exposing the tooth to infection.
Continuous bleeding after dental surgery or trauma may indicate significant damage.
Acute dental pain
Sudden, intense pain with no immediate apparent cause, which can signal a variety of serious problems.
When faced with such emergencies, it’s imperative to consult a dentist or visit a dental emergency department without delay.
What to do in case of a broken or lost tooth?
It is very important to know what to do if a tooth is broken or lost. In case of a broken (fractured) or avulsed tooth (tooth completely out of the bone), the priority is to preserve the tooth (or the tooth fragment) in optimal conditions. Once the tooth fragment (or tooth) has been recovered, it must be preserved in a container containing cow’s milk or the saliva of the injured person.
It is then necessary to consult a dental doctor as soon as possible in order to increase the chances of reattaching the fractured piece or reimplanting the expelled tooth.