You may need emergency care if your tooth starts to hurt in the middle of the night, it becomes damaged during softball, or your face starts to swell. You never know when an emergency will strike, and if it does, there is no time to wait a week for an appointment to open up. That's why we offer the extended hours and last minute appointments our patients need to feel better quickly.
There are certain things you can do to avoid many dental emergencies. This includes practicing good oral hygiene like brushing and flossing throughout the day and getting your teeth cleaned twice a year. This will help your teeth to be in good condition so that they are stronger. Additionally, you can wear a mouth guard while playing sports in order to protect your tooth from a flying ball or elbow jab. By doing so, you may prevent some common injuries and the need for a quick trip to the dentist.
There are, however, many times where patients that do have healthy teeth still have a need for emergency care. Here are some common reasons why you may need a fast appointment along with the signs to watch for.
We provide emergency care and welcome your calls regardless of when the emergency strikes.
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