Facing a Dental Emergency?

When you're experiencing a dental emergency, time is of the essence.

Don't hesitate to reach out to us if you're in pain or discomfort - our emergency dental services are designed to provide you with prompt relief and peace of mind.

Most Common Dental Emergencies

It's important to contact a dentist for professional advice and treatment in any dental emergency. If you're unsure about the severity of the situation, seek help promptly to prevent further complications.

Immediate attention is essential to identify and address the underlying cause of toothache as it can result from various issues, including cavities, gum disease, or dental infections.

A broken or chipped tooth is usually caused by trauma or biting on something hard. Save any broken pieces, rinse your mouth, and see a dentist promptly to assess the extent of the damage.

A knocked-out tooth is a severe dental emergency that requires immediate attention. Handle the tooth carefully, try to reinsert it into the socket if possible, and see a dentist right away.

Lost fillings expose sensitive parts of the tooth, leading to rising pain and discomfort. Seek dental attention promptly to replace or repair the filling.

Swelling and abscesses may indicate an infection. It is often accompanied by severe pain and requires urgent dental care to address the infection and most importantly, prevent it from spreading.

Painful gums are a sign of gum disease or infection, among other issues. Regular dental check-ups can help prevent or address gum-related problems. See a dentist right away if you’ve been feeling pain for hours.

Dental infections, whether in the tooth or gums, can cause significant pain and swelling. Immediate treatment is crucial, it prevents the infection from spreading and offers you relief.

Pregnancy can sometimes lead to dental issues, such as gingivitis or pregnancy tumors. Regular dental check-ups during pregnancy are essential for maintaining oral health. Good oral health helps you maintain overall health during pregnancy.

A broken denture affects and limits your ability to eat and speak. Seeking prompt repair or replacement from a dentist or denture specialist is necessary.

If a dental crown becomes loose or in a severe case, falls out, then it needs to be replaced promptly to protect the underlying tooth.

Trauma from sports activities can lead to various dental emergencies, including broken teeth, knocked-out teeth, or injuries to the soft tissues of the mouth. Wearing a mouthguard during sports can help prevent these injuries. If you’ve suffered an injury during a sports game, visit a dentist immediately

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