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Our emergency dental care provides immediate assistance for sudden dental issues requiring urgent attention. Whether it’s severe toothaches, broken teeth, or injuries to the mouth and jaw, our team of skilled professionals is here to provide prompt and effective treatment. With our state-of-the-art facilities and advanced equipment, we are equipped to handle a wide range of dental emergencies with precision and care. Our primary goal is to alleviate pain, prevent further damage, and restore oral health as quickly as possible. If you find yourself in need of urgent dental care, don’t hesitate to contact us for immediate assistance. Your comfort and well-being are our top priorities, and we are committed to providing compassionate care when you need it most.

Common Emergency Dental
Care Issues:

  • Tooth pain, including severe, lasting or chronic toothaches
  • Lost dental restorations, such as broken fillings or crowns.
  • Damage to the soft oral tissues (lips, tongue, cheeks, gums)
  • Chipped teeth Partially or fully knocked-out teeth, cracks, and chipped teeth from trauma.
  • Abscess: Serous condition that can damage tissue and surrounding teeth. Left untreated, the infection could cause swelling of your face and jaw.

What constitutes an emergency?

Any situation requiring immediate attention from a dentist is a dental emergency. We understand these emergencies aren’t convenient and will accommodate your needs when you contact us. If you experience a dental emergency, contact us promptly; time matters. We’ll schedule an emergency appointment and provide necessary care instructions.

When is a hospital visit is necessary?

While dental offices handle most emergencies, hospital care is better in certain situations:

  1. Trauma involving the head, face, or jaw: Seek immediate hospital care if severe.
  2. Severe infections: Hospital care is needed if causing systemic symptoms.
  3. Uncontrolled bleeding: A hospital visit is necessary for urgent medical care.
  4. Suspected broken bones: Head to hospital for evaluation and treatment.
  5. Severe pain or swelling: Seek immediate hospital care if breathing or swallowing difficult.
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5 Less common emergency dental circumstances

  1. Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ) Disorder: Severe pain or dysfunction in the jaw joint, often from trauma, stress, or dental issues.
  2. Dental Avulsion: Complete tooth displacement due to trauma, requiring immediate attention to save the tooth.
  3. Dental Hematoma: Painful swelling filled with blood in mouth tissues after trauma or dental procedure.
  4. Periapical Abscess: Root infection causing severe pain, swelling, and pus due to untreated decay or trauma.
  5. Dental Hyperemia: Increased blood flow to a tooth, causing prolonged sensitivity from trauma or infection.