Prompt Care When You Need It Most
What Is An Emergency Dentist
Signs Of A Dental Emergency
- Severe toothaches
- Broken or fractured teeth
- Knocked-out teeth
- Loose or dislodged teeth
- Lost or damaged dental restorations (crowns, fillings, etc.)
- Abscesses and infections
- Soft tissue injuries (lacerations, punctures, etc.)
Top Emergency Dental Procedures
- Root canal therapy: sudden infections or injuries that put the tooth at risk.
- Extraction: Severely damaged teeth may need to be removed to preserve overall health.
- Replacement of lost restorations (crowns, fillings, bridges, etc.): Replacing any restoration is vital to protect the inner parts of the tooth.
- Treatment for soft tissue injuries and infections: Quick treatment avoids the risk of complications that even minor injuries might pose.
- Repairing of fractured teeth: While not all tooth damage is an emergency, some cases require same-day treatment.
- Immediate pain relief: No one deserves to be dealing with dental pain, so we can put a stop to it.
Why You Should Not Avoid Emergency Dental Care
Preparing for Your Same-Day Appointment
- Your most recent dental x-rays.
- Your current insurance information (if applicable).
- Any current medications that you are taking.
- A list of any allergies that you may have.
- Note down any questions you have for the dentist.
These details will help ensure that our emergency dentists can provide the most effective treatment and care possible.
Same Day Appointments Available
When faced with a dental emergency, time is precious, as seconds can mean the difference between saving and losing a tooth. Delaying treatment can also lead to further complications and prolonged discomfort. Contact us immediately and let our dedicated team of professionals provide you with the immediate care and relief you need. We are here to help you regain your oral health and smile confidently once again.
For any dental emergency after hours, we offer our patients a 24-hour hotline that you can call for immediate assistance: (562) 247-3864.
Please note that if you are experiencing a life-threatening emergency, such as severe bleeding or difficulty breathing, we advise you to call emergency services or visit the nearest hospital immediately.