emergency care


Emergency Dentistry

While dental emergencies are never wholly preventable, there are steps you can take to keep your little one’s smile safer. Limit their exposure to foods that are overly sugary, sticky, tough, or chewy, and don’t let them chew on the ice. And always instruct them to use scissors when opening frustrating packaging instead of their own teeth. Additionally, have them wear a sports guard (preferably a custom-made model from our practice) when participating in any of their athletic events.  Most importantly, be sure to consistently schedule six-month checkups and cleanings!

We consider the following cases to be urgent in nature:

  • Severe toothache
  • Lost and/or damaged filling
  • Lost and/or damaged dental crown or other restoration
  • Hurt cheek tissue, lip, or tongue (a cut or accidental biting)
  • Object stuck in the teeth
  • Chipped or cracked tooth
  • Partially or fully knocked-out tooth

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