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Expert Care for Urgent Needs

Riverview’s Emergency Dental Service Specialists

When dental emergencies strike, A Dental Center is here to provide prompt, compassionate care. Our dedicated team is equipped to handle a wide range of dental emergencies, from severe toothaches and chipped or broken teeth to knocked-out teeth and lost fillings or crowns. We offer same-day appointments to alleviate pain, address the issue, and initiate the necessary treatment to safeguard your oral health. 

In emergencies, time is of the essence, and our team at A Dental Center prioritizes your immediate care to prevent the situation from worsening. Our state-of-the-art facility is equipped to handle all dental emergencies so that you get the treatment you need without delay. Whether it’s a sudden injury or an unexpected dental condition, we’re ready to address your needs quickly and professionally.

Emergency Dental Treatments

Our emergency services cover a wide range of immediate care needs, including:

Don't Wait in Pain - Immediate Help is Available

Delaying treatment for a dental emergency can lead to more severe problems. At A Dental Center, we’re prepared to provide effective emergency treatments, including root canal therapy, repairs for damaged teeth, and emergency extractions. We focus on relieving pain, preventing further damage, and starting the healing process as quickly as possible. Let us provide the emergency care you need to protect your smile and well-being.

Frequently Asked Questions About Emergency Dental Services

If your tooth is knocked out, it’s crucial to act quickly to increase the chances of saving the tooth. First, pick up the tooth by the crown, avoiding the root to prevent damage. Rinse it gently under water if it’s dirty, but do not scrub it. Try to reinsert it into the socket if possible. If not, keep it moist in milk, saline solution, or even saliva as a last resort, and seek immediate care at our Riverview practice.

Toothaches can be caused by a variety of issues, including decay, an abscess, fractured tooth, damaged fillings, infected gums, or repetitive motions such as grinding teeth. To alleviate the pain temporarily, you can rinse your mouth with warm salt water, use dental floss to remove any food caught between your teeth, and take over-the-counter pain relief if necessary. However, it’s important to see a dentist as soon as possible to address the underlying cause.

If you chip or break a tooth, rinse your mouth with warm salt water to clean the area and reduce the risk of infection. Apply a cold compress to your cheek to minimize swelling. If you can find the broken tooth fragment, bring it with you to the dentist. Avoid chewing on that side of your mouth and seek dental attention immediately to prevent further damage or infection.

Find Relief with Our Emergency Dental Services

Dental Emergencies can happen at any time; we’re here to help. Contact A Dental Center during normal business hours now for same-day treatment and start your journey to recovery.

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