Dental emergencies can be especially Nerve-wracking since a single moment can severely damage your teeth and mouth in spite of years of careful preventive care. Contact sports can be especially dangerous for your teeth, but regular accidents and unforeseeable circumstances can also be the cause of dental emergencies.
If you or a loved one have a dental emergency of any kind, don’t hesitate. Make sure to give us a call right away so we can get you in our office as soon as possible and begin taking care of your emergency. Your dental health is extremely important to us, so we’ll be there for you both night and day if you need our help. We’ll do everything in our power to make sure you get treated quickly before your teeth and mouth suffer further damage. If you require immediate care after our office is closed, make sure to call our emergency number. Our on-call staff will do whatever they can to help you. If, for any reason, you can’t get ahold of us and need immediate attention, call 911. That’s how important your dental health is.
Dental emergencies are relatively rare, but they do happen, so it’s important to know how to care for your teeth no matter what happens.
Examples of dental emergencies include:
- A broken jaw
- Broken teeth
- Cracked teeth
- Damaged or missing fillings, crowns, or veneers
- Knocking out a permanent tooth
- Loosened or partly dislodged permanent teeth
- Object wedged between teeth so that you can’t get it out
- Severe, painful toothache
- Swollen gums