What Are Dental Emergencies?

Are your teeth in jeopardy? Any dental problem that requires immediate attention because of possible tooth loss or severe pain? To answer in the form of a question, “what are dental emergencies?”

What Are Dental Emergencies?

Not every toothache is an emergency, but a few different types of dental emergencies do warrant rapid assistance. Come to Creating Smiles for the emergency dental care you need. If you’ve knocked a tooth loose, are bleeding, or have severe swelling or pain, seek help immediately. 

Which other signs should have you asking, “what are dental emergencies?”

Every dental emergency is different. An expert set of eyes is imperative. Signs of an abnormality that require help include:

Types of Dental Emergencies

What are dental emergencies? If you want to be sure whether or not you need emergency dental care, know the types of dental emergencies. Come to Creating Smiles if you are experiencing:

What Are Dental Emergencies? Seeking Treatment

Keep in mind is that not all dentists that offer emergency services will accept new patients. Creating Smiles Dental does offer emergency dental services. We offer services for all types of dental emergencies, from crowns, bridges, and fillings to root canals. For our patients that wear dentures, we have an in house laboratory, including same-day service for many types of repairs. The important thing is, if you are experiencing pain, contact us right away. Oral pain is a response to a problem, not a symptom. The sooner our dentist can investigate the source, the sooner we can fix it.

Contact us online or give us a call at 855.980.7766, and we’ll determine if you need immediate help. If it’s after hours, current patients will be able to speak to an on-call dentist. If you are a new patient, leave a message, and we’ll contact you first thing the next business day.

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