Clínica Dental en Sevilla 2020 | IMOA Dentistas de Referencia

EMERGENCY AND URGENT DENTAL CARE 24 HOURS SEVILLE

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– ENGLISH SPEAKER DENTIST IN SEVILLE –

DENTAL EMERGENCIES 24H SEVILLE

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We attend Dental Emergencies 24h in Seville in IMOA Dental Clinic so that all patients can have dental treatments at any time of day.
We offer fast and effective solutions to all those problems that cause pain.

"IMOA Dental Clinic offers an additional service of protection and care to all patients, any time of day."

Emergency Dentist 24h in Seville

  • 24 Hour Dental Service – Includes weekends, nights and holidays
  • Minimally invasive ultimate generation treatments
  • Diagnosis and treatment of toothaches and other sources of oral pain caused by decay and injury
  • Emergency extraction of diseased teeth
  • Repair of tooth chips, fractures, and cracks
  • Replacement of lost or damaged crowns and fillings
  • Treatment of dental infections
  • Management of Orthodontic pain or injuries
  • Swelling and discomfort associated with impacted molar

Dental pain can cause significant discomfort and affect the general health and serious problems in the day to day, so they must be treated as soon as possible. Our team of professionals is at your disposal to attend dental emergencies 24 hours a day in Seville and to find the right answer to any problem that cannot be postponed with regard to your oral health and to solve it immediately.

In addition, we carry out a 24/48 hour follow-up to know the evolution of the dental care provided during the emergency.

WHEN TO GO TO AN EMERGENCY DENTIST?

A blow, a fall, a pain… at any time you may need to visit a trusted dentist.

The main objective for IMOA Dental Clinic of the 24h dental emergency service in Seville is to treat those ailments caused by a dental problem.

An intense pain in the oral cavity, is a symptom of a problem that must be treated without delay. For example, in the case of having suffered a dental trauma, it has been demonstrated that immediate action considerably influences the prognosis of the affected teeth.

WE TREAT ALL TYPES OF DENTAL EMERGENCIES IN SEVILLE

  • Tooth or toothache
  • Infection/blemish/abscess
  • Tooth decay
  • Wisdom teeth
  • Fractures of teeth
  • Frontal accidents and falls
  • Blows and trauma involving the teeth
  • Broken dentures
  • Canker sores and sores on the gums and tongue
  • Diseases and injuries of the oral mucosa
  • Gum pain and bleeding
  • Post-extraction bleeding
  • Suture and stitch removal
  • Decemented veneers
  • Broken veneers
  • Jaw lock with no possibility of closing the mouth
  • Tooth Whitening Sensitivity
  • Mobility of a bridge or cover
  • Implants that move

24h Emergency in Orthodontics:

  • Detached braces (metal, ceramic, sapphire, Damon…)
  • Invisalign
  • Lingual Orthodontics
  • Loosening of all types of orthodontic appliances (circuit breakers, expansion plates, functional appliances…)
  • Fixed or removable retainers
  • Gingival inflammation around the brackets
  • Excessive pain around the braces

DENTAL EMERGENCIES IN CHILDREN SEVILLA 24H

The most common emergencies in children are usually due to trauma affecting the teeth and gums, or discomfort and maladjustments in the orthodontic appliances.

What should I do if my child loses a tooth from a blow?

Dental avulsion occurs when, due to a strong trauma, the patient loses a tooth without its integrity being compromised. That is, the tooth comes out completely from its alveolus.

When evaluating the possibilities of success of the reimplantation, there are two factors that we must take into account:

  • The waiting time until the patient has arrived at the dental clinic.
  • The environment in which the tooth has been preserved.

If the avulsed tooth is a milk tooth, it should never be re-implanted as it could damage the germ of the definitive tooth.

Below we will explain what steps should be taken when faced with a permanent tooth avulsion:

  • Find the tooth and always take it by the crown, avoiding touching the root.
  • Wash it with water for about 10 seconds, always holding it by the crown.
  • Try to relocate it in the area of the alveolus before a clot forms, biting on a piece of gauze to keep it in the correct position. If this is not possible, it is important to transport it to the clinic in a moist environment. Water is not advisable. It is advisable to do so by taking it in the mouth, just under the tongue as saliva is an acceptable means of preservation, or in a container with milk (better if it is skimmed) or saline.
  • Go immediately to the emergency dental clinic. The rapid action of the specialist is vital in these cases because the teeth are re-implanted within 30 to 120 minutes after the trauma.

Would you like to contact us? Call us at 854 887 650 or write us a message.

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