From athletic injuries to car accidents, Orlando area and Kissimmee emergency dentist, Dr. Mansour, provides urgent dental care.
KISSIMMEE, FL, September 19, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/
-- Accidents are unpredictable and can happen any time of the day or night. Some accidents are so minor that an ice pack or a bandage will suffice; however, when accidents cause injuries to the mouth, the sight of a knocked out tooth or broken jaw can cause panic in anyone. When this happens, it's comforting to know that help is available when it's needed most. Dr. Mansour, emergency dentist in Kissimmee and Orlando, knows this situation all too well and is dedicated to providing emergency dental care to his patients because he understands the importance of treating dental problems as soon as possible.
While athletes often wear mouthguards to prevent injuries and some people are cautious about the foods they eat, mouth injuries can still happen. In fact, more than 5 million teeth are injured or knocked out each year. The most common dental injuries occur in children, and approximately 13-39% happen during sporting activities. That's why Dr. Mansour, Orlando area and Kissimmee, FL dentist, provides emergency dental care to both children and adults.
"About half of all children and teens will experience at least one traumatic tooth injury by high school graduation. Athletes especially are at an increased risk for mouth injuries," say Dr. Mansour, Kissimmee emergency dentist. "Also, avid ice chewers and those who use their teeth instead of scissors to open plastic packaging are increasing their risk of sudden dental accidents. And while precautions can be taken, accidents do happen and it's important that they are treated immediately to prevent further complications."
However, injuries aren't the only cause for dental emergencies. A simple toothache can sometimes be the culprit. "If a patient is experiencing tooth pain, that's a cause for concern. The longer a patient waits the worse the problem will become, and then there is a higher risk for permanent damage," says Dr. Mansour, dentist in Kissimmee, FL. "Pain is a sign that something is wrong and should not be ignored."
With prompt medical attention, Orlando and Kissimmee emergency dentist, Dr. Mansour, can treat injuries quickly and easily, ensuring all patients maintain a healthy smile. For more information on emergency dentistry in Kissimmee, contact Dr. Adel Mansour at http://www.kissimmeesmile.com/
or at (407) 483-9990.
About Central Florida Cosmetic and Family Dentistry: Dr. Adel Mansour is uniquely qualified to provide outstanding dental care. He is a consummate professional who enjoys helping patients achieve good oral health and a lifetime of beautiful smiles. Since opening his practice, Dr. Mansour has focused on family and cosmetic dentistry, including dental implants. He received his Bachelor of Science in 1990 and his Doctor of Dental Surgery in 1997 at the Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio. After completing his dental degree, he attended the Medical College of Ohio for one year in the General Practice Residency Program. Dr. Adel Mansour continually challenges himself to learn the latest in dental techniques and technology, to gently provide his patients with the best modern dentistry has to offer.
Dr. Adel Mansour
3268 North Greenwald Way
Kissimmee, FL 34741
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