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Emergency Dental Services

Are you suffering from a throbbing toothache or unpleasant sense of pressure? Dental pain should never be ignored – in fact, persistent discomfort can indicate a dental emergency. Fortunately, most oral health problems can be improved or reversed by skilled emergency dentists. Our dentists offer a wide range of emergency dental care options during our convenient operating hours. In addition, we offer extended emergency services after-hours through our Tele-Dentists.  


Where Do I Go When Experiencing a Dental Emergency?

Knowing which emergency dental office to contact when experiencing dental pain is essential when it comes to relieving your symptoms. Whether you’re suffering from a toothache or noticing irritation when wearing your braces, our emergency dentists can help. By collaborating with your Tele-Dentist, we will be able to quickly diagnose the problem and recommend a treatment plan that addresses your symptoms. 


What Services are Offered by Emergency Dentists?

Emergency dental services include any treatment, medication, or procedure that lessens a patient’s pain or repairs a structurally compromised tooth. Some of these procedures include replacing broken tooth crowns, treating infections with antibiotics, or filling a cavity with natural-looking materials. Ever wondered, “Is there affordable emergency dental care near me?” +++ Contact our Tele-Dentist IMMEDIATELY and get immediate answers to your questions before you rush into the office for emergency dental treatment.  And, if you need urgent care, they can help you find emergency dental treatment close to you.  


Emergency dentists provide a number of services, including: 


Pain relief for toothaches and other causes of pressure and discomfort

Wisdom teeth extraction and pain management

Replacement tooth crowns and fillings

Tooth repair for cracks and fractures

Re-implantation of knocked-out teeth


When is Emergency Dental Treatment Necessary?  Do my symptoms mean it’s time to visit an emergency dental office near me? What conditions require emergency dental services?


Many common dental health problems require a visit to any skilled emergency dentists. In some cases, postponing an urgent dental care problem can lead to more severe damage to your teeth and gums. Please call your Tele-Dentist and discuss whether you should schedule an appointment with an emergency dental office immediately.  You may need emergency dental care if the following conditions are present:


Broken or Injured Teeth

If your tooth has been fractured or chipped, know that emergency dentists can sometimes repair the damage. The jagged edges of the broken tooth can be covered with wax, which lessens the risk of cutting your tongue. Call us to receive urgent dental care right away if you have injured a tooth.


Avulsed (Knocked-Out) Tooth

When your tooth has fallen out due to playing sports or engaging in other activities, it’s important not to panic. Know that emergency dentists can often place the tooth back into the jaw if the patient seeks help quickly. If fragments of the tooth are present, gather as many as you can. Hold a fallen-out tooth by its crown only.


Severe Oral Discomfort

A persistent toothache may be caused by a cavity, infection, or other dental health problem. See a dentist as soon as possible if you’re experiencing a severe toothache. We can help lessen your pain and provide treatment for the affected area.


Sensitive Teeth

A tooth that becomes very sensitive may be injured or infected.  Call your Tele-Dentist if mild tooth sensitivity suddenly becomes severe.


Dental Decay (Cavities)

Without good oral hygiene and regular professional cleanings, dental decay can lead to large cavities. Cavities leave the tooth root exposed, causing pressure and pain. Call your Tele-Dentist and discuss whether you need an emergency dentist to treat the source of the pain and repair the damaged tooth immediately.


Tooth Abscess

Trauma, dental decay, and severe gum disease can sometimes cause an infection to spread within the tooth’s root. Known as an abscess, this infection causes intense pain, draining sores, and swelling around the neck and face. Abscesses can cause significant complications, so call your Tele-Dentist if you’re experiencing these symptoms.


Loose or Misplaced Fillings

Losing a filling can leave the tooth vulnerable to damage and decay. We recommend replacing missing fillings as quickly as possible to avoid further damage to your smile.


Lost or Broken Crowns and Restorations

If your restoration or tooth crown is missing or broken, you may notice issues with your smile’s appearance. Plus, the affected area is exposed, leaving it vulnerable to decay and injury. Your local emergency dentists can provide a temporary or permanent replacement that repairs your smile.

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