We Can Help!
We will diagnose your issue and establish a treatment plan as quickly as possible, so that you can be treated and relieved of your pain. Not only will this save you time and money, but also days of dental discomfort. If you have an urgent, life-threatening situation, please go to your local emergency department.
Common Dental Emergencies
Toothache that is not accompanied by any apparent cause often leads to dental emergencies. It is important to treat tooth pain as soon as possible, as it may be caused by a number of serious conditions, including: Cavities that have penetrated deep into the tooth Gum disease or abscesses, exposed tooth roots, and impacted teeth, which are all serious conditions that must be treated as soon as possible to prevent further tooth damage or infection spread.
Other Common Emergencies
Tooth chipping or fracturing can be caused by any of three possibilities. It may be caused by biting down on a hard object, by sudden trauma to the mouth, or by biting down on a hard object. A cavity might have weakened the internal structure, leading to a chip or piece that broke off of the tooth. If you can, bring the chip or piece that broke off of the tooth with you to your appointment. A lost tooth is a critical dental emergency, whether it was knocked out in an injury or you lost a tooth for no apparent reason. It's our best chance to save the tooth if we can retrieve it fast enough, but sometimes a lost tooth must be replaced with a dental implant or a bridge.
Dental Emergencies Happen, We're There When It Does
There are other reasons we must see you right away, including if a tooth becomes dislodged (but not entirely knocked out). An object is stuck between your teeth and you can't remove it with brushing or dental floss, if you're experiencing a dental abscess, if a filling or crown has fallen out, if your gums or palate have been injured, or if you've dislocated a tooth. It's important to get an appointment right away if you need dental treatment.