If you are experiencing tooth damage or intense pain, contact us for dental emergency treatments.
We understand your smile is urgent in situations like:
- Abscessed tooth
- Root canal treatment
- TMJ disorders
- Tooth fracture
- Damaged dental fillings
- Avulsed tooth
Abscessed Tooth – Infections around the tooth root causes pain and swelling. Contact us right away if you are experiencing pain. A root canal therapy is needed to cure the infection. Left untreated, the pain will increase and the tooth may be lost.
Root Canal Treatment – Tooth and gum pain may be a sign of a pulp infection. Should this be the case, the affected tooth needs a root canal to remove the pulp and nerve.
TMJ Disorders –Temporomandibular joint is the hinge that connects the jaw to the skull. It allows your mouth to move. Your jaw and facial muscles control the movement. If you are experiencing pain or tenderness in the face, jaw joint, neck, or shoulders, this may be TMJ disorder. Other symptoms include:
- Trouble opening your mouth widely
- Locked jaws
- Sound from the jaw joint as you open and close your mouth
- Difficulty chewing of uncomfortable bite
- Facial swelling
Tooth Fracture – Teeth can chip or fracture causing pain and insecurity.
Damaged Dental Fillings – Damaged fillings can be painful and create sensitivity. It also puts the tooth at risk of infection. The filling needs repair as soon as possible to avoid more costly dental work.
Avulsed Tooth – A tooth can fall out from an injury. The pain can be unbearable. Contact us right away. Also, if you have the tooth, avoid touching the root and place it in water or milk to preserve it. We will attempt to save it. If it is not salvageable, we will explore another form of tooth replacement.
Avoid a dental emergency by staying proactive with proper dental care. Dental emergencies can still happen. Contact us as soon as possible.