Dental Emergencies

What are Dental Emergencies?

A dental emergency can occur at any time and for a range of different reasons. Whether you’re dealing with the pain of a severe toothache, or you’ve attempted to repair or remove your own teeth, emergencies can leave you feeling distraught and uncomfortable. We offer emergency care to all new and existing patients. Our goal is to provide you with adequate treatment, specific to your dental needs.

Why is treatment for Dental Emergencies needed?

The majority of emergencies involve pain, sensitivity, and discomfort. The reason treatment is so beneficial and necessary to your oral health is because when ignored, the problem can get worse over time. We work with you to offer adequate treatment that is both convenient and affordable for you. You will leave our office feeling comfortable and confident in knowing that quality treatment was provided to you, addressing your emergency efficiently.

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Treatment For Dental Emergencies Needed

What are the most common Dental Emergencies?

While we don’t like to dismiss any type of emergency, there are some that are more commonly seen in the office. If you’re experiencing an emergency, it’s important to come in as soon as possible. Some of the more common emergencies include:

  • Pain and toothache
  • Abscesses and infection
  • Loose or lost restorations
  • Broken, cracked, or chipped teeth
  • At-home dental care gone wrong
  • Wisdom tooth pain
  • Gum inflammation and bleeding
  • Post-operative complications
  • Severe tooth sensitivity

What happens during your appointment for a Dental Emergency?

We will begin by sitting you comfortably in one of our dental rooms. We will ask about the emergency so we can fully understand the problem is that’s affecting you. We may take x-rays to help identify the underlying issue and create a treatment plan. An examination is done to find the problem and begin the treatment that’s needed. If there’s an infection, we may suggest antibiotics before any additional work is done. The emergency appointment is quick and easy, and we offer this type of care to both new and existing patients.

If you are experiencing an emergency right now and need urgent treatment, call us today and we will get you in as soon as possible.

Most Common Dental Emergencies