Dental Emergencies

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A

Acute herpes zoster affecting trigeminal nerves
Acute multiple ulcers
Angular cheilitis
Aphthous ulcer

B

Bisphosphonate-related osteonecrosis of the jaw (BRONJ)
Bleeding under, or adjacent to, a dental prosthesis
Burning mouth syndrome (BMS)

C

Canker sore
Chronic nonhealing multiple ulcers
Chronic nonhealing solitary ulcer
Closed lock: disc displacement without reduction with limited opening

D

Debonded anterior bracket
Delayed replantation of avulsed permanent incisor
Dental fracture of immature incisor with pulp exposure
Discoloration under/adjacent to a dental prosthesis
Dislodged or fallen out periodontal dressing
Dry socket (alveolar osteitis)

E

Extensive odontogenic infection

F

Facial Cellulitis
Fracture of a removable prosthesis (with or without fragments)
Fracture of an abutment tooth for a removable partial denture (RPD)
Fracture of an abutment tooth of a fixed partial denture (FPD)

G

Gingival graft failure or loss

I

Immediate replantation of avulsed permanent incisor
Intrusion of a permanent incisor
Irreversible pulpitis: managing a hot tooth

J

Jaw necrosis (osteomyelitis)

L

Lip biting in pediatric patients following dental visit
Loose implant abutment screw
Loosened dental implant associated with pain
Loosened fixed dental prosthesis (FDP)
Lost Retainer/Completely Debonded Appliance

M

Management of a necrotic tooth with unstoppable drainage
Managing pain or discomfort caused by orthodontic appliances
Managing vital, irreversibly inflamed teeth with unstoppable bleeding
Mandible fracture during extraction

N

Necrotizing Ulcerative Gingivitis (NUG)
Necrotizing ulcerative periodontitis (NUP)

O

Oral candidiasis
Oroantral communication (oroantral fistula)

P

Pain accompanied with dental caries in primary teeth
Pain due to food impaction
Pediatric patient with oral ulcers
Peri-implantitis
Periodontal Abscess
Persistent Idiopathic Facial Pain
Post-Surgical Pain (Nociceptive Pain)
Post-surgical swelling
Postoperative bleeding following periodontal surgery (delayed)
Postoperative bleeding following periodontal surgery (immediate)
Postoperative Pain Following Periodontal Surgery
Postoperative swelling following periodontal surgery
Primary Incisor Root Fracture
Primary tooth avulsion
Primary Tooth Intrusion
Pulpitis (reversible/irreversible)

R

Recurrent aphthous stomatitis
Recurrent Herpes Simplex
Red or Red-White Oral Lesions

S

Sleep Bruxism
Soreness or pain under/adjacent to a dental prosthesis
Spontaneous gingival hemorrhage
Swallowing or aspiration of parts of orthodontic appliances
Swelling under/adjacent to a dental prosthesis

T

Teething
Tooth discoloration during orthodontic treatment
Traumatic pulp exposure of primary tooth in very young children
Traumatically displaced primary incisor
Trigeminal neuralgia/Tic douloureux
Trismus
Tuberosity fracture during extraction

U

Unilateral facial numbness

X

Xerostomia/Dry mouth