Center City Emergency Dentist Available for Emergency Dental Services in the Philadelphia Area Immediately

Bristol, PA -- (SBWire) -- 12/01/2020 --Center City Emergency Dentist is available to provide emergency dental service to individuals in the Philadelphia area. Any trauma to the body can be disorienting, but it's especially important to understand the difference between a dental emergency and issues that can wait for help from a dentist that works regular business hours. The best indicator of a dental emergency is if there's pain involved with the dental trauma that's persistent or unbearable.

Pain in the tooth or mouth can occur for many different reasons. It could be a chipped tooth, a cracked tooth, or receiving another kind of trauma to the face, but it can also occur because of an underlying infection. When deciding whether the pain level merits a trip to an emergency dentist, consider whether the problem has been persistent and severe enough to cause significant discomfort.

In addition to pain, signs of a dental infection require quick treatment to prevent more serious harm from occurring in the body. For example, an abscess can form on a tooth and cause a severe condition that spreads to the jawbone, surrounding lymph nodes, and the rest of the body. Receiving treatment for issues like these will help mitigate the negative consequences on the rest of the body related to such infections.

Loose teeth, like infections, can also be an issue that requires emergency dental services to fix. When individuals reach adulthood, they should not be experiencing tooth loss, so it's vitally important for anyone whose teeth are loose to seek out attention from a dentist when they first notice the issue. If treated promptly, the issue causing loose teeth can be corrected to avoid future problems altogether.

To find out more about what constitutes a dental emergency or schedule an appointment with a 24-hour dentist, visit

About CCED
CCED is a Philadelphia, Pennsylvania-based dental facility providing both routine and emergency dental treatments for their clientele throughout Philadelphia. They are highly recommended by the hospitals at Temple University and the University of Pennsylvania, as well as many other prominent healthcare organizations.

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