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Dental emergencies

Some dental issues need urgent treatment! In the event of an oral health emergency like a toothache, broken tooth or all other emergency, call our office as soon as possible so that we can make arrangements for your arrival. We try to accommodate same-day treatment for dental emergencies.

If you have a severe emergency that requires immediate medical attention, visit the hospital nearest you.

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Common Dental Emergencies

  • Toothaches

  • Dental abscess

  • Accidents that have dislodged or knocked out teeth

  • Sports related accidents

  • Loose or lost restorations like fillings, crowns, and bridges

  • Broken crowns

  • Cracked, chipped or broken teeth

  • Excessive bleeding

  • Gum pain

  • Loose teeth

  • Other dental repairs

  • Severe mouth pain

  • Swollen jaw


Knocked-Out (Avulsed) Tooth 

Though a knocked-out tooth is a serious problem, quick action can make all the difference. Be very careful with your tooth. Be sure to avoid the root. Attempt to place the tooth back in the socket, but don’t force it. If it won’t slip back in easily, just keep it moist by placing it in milk or between your cheek and gums.

We provide a variety of emergency treatments. Our office and staff are prepared to perform emergency dental procedures as necessary.


If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us!

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