Emergency Dentistry

Emergency Dentistry

Emergency dental services provide immediate care for urgent dental issues such as severe toothaches, broken teeth, or injuries. The goal of emergency dental treatments is to alleviate pain, prevent further damage, and address urgent dental concerns promptly.

Our office prioritizes emergency appointments by leaving gaps in our schedules and offering availability on evenings and weekends to ensure patients receive timely and comprehensive care when they need it most.

What to do

Stay in control

Apply pressure, manage pain with OTC meds and cold compresses.

Call us

Contact us for urgent appointments or go to the emergency department if needed.

Emergency visit

We’ll promptly conduct an exam with x-rays to diagnose and start treatment the same day if urgent. Antibiotics or pain medication will be prescribed as necessary.

What we offer to relieve your pain ?

Same Day Appointments

Our dental office prioritizes emergencies, providing same-day treatment to promptly address urgent dental concerns, preventing complications and infections to ensure our patients’ oral health and well-being.

EAfter Hours Appointments

We offer emergency dental treatment after hours to ensure prompt care and prevent complications. Just give us a call, and we’ll schedule your appointment promptly. Your well-being is our priority at all times.

Emergency Procedures

Root Canal

Root canal treatment is a crucial intervention for dental emergencies when a tooth is severely infected, causing symptoms such as severe toothache, swelling, or sensitivity to hot and cold.

It involves removing infected tissue, cleaning the root canal, and sealing it to prevent further infection, aiming to save the natural tooth and restore oral health. Seeking prompt dental care for a root canal is crucial to prevent complications and preserve your smile.

Tooth Extraction

Extraction becomes necessary in dental emergencies when a tooth is severely infected, damaged, or fractured beyond repair causing intense pain, swelling, or difficulty chewing.

The process involves numbing the area with local anesthesia, carefully removing the tooth, and receiving post-operative care instructions. Although extraction is a last resort, it effectively alleviates pain and prevents further complications.

Tooth Reattachment & Stabilization

Teeth reattachment or stabilization is crucial for dental emergencies when a tooth is knocked out or partially dislodged. Immediate steps involve handling the tooth carefully, attempting to reinsert it, or storing it in milk until dental treatment is obtained.

At the dentist’s office, they assess the damage and may stabilize or reattach the tooth as necessary, ensuring prompt action for successful restoration.

Treatment for Abscess

Emergency treatment for a dental abscess, a serious infection around the tooth root, is essential to alleviate pain and prevent complications. Symptoms include severe toothache, swelling, fever, and pus drainage.

Urgent steps involve draining the abscess, prescribing antibiotics, and addressing the underlying cause, such as tooth decay or gum disease. Seeking immediate dental care is crucial to prevent the spread of infection and ensure prompt relief.

Frequently Asked Questions