Emergency Dental Services
Signs You Need Emergency Dental Care
- Severe Tootache
- Bleeding Gums
- Swelling in the Face
- Difficulty Swallowing
- Unexplained Fever
- Object Stuck in Teeth
Common Dental Emergencies
Accidents or injuries can result in broken or fractured teeth. Our emergency dentists will assess the extent of the damage and recommend suitable treatments, including dental bonding, dental crowns, or veneers, to restore the tooth’s structure and function.
How We Handle Dental Emergencies
Emergency Dental Care for All Ages
Steps to Take in a Dental Emergency
For Knocked-Out Tooth
For Broken or Chipped Tooth
For Loose or Dislodged Tooth
For Dental Abscess
For All Emergencies
Dental Emergency Prevention
While dental emergencies can be unpredictable, there are preventive measures you can take to minimize the risk. Maintaining good oral hygiene through regular brushing and flossing, wearing protective mouthguards during sports activities, and avoiding harmful habits like chewing on ice or hard objects can help prevent dental emergencies.
We provide guidance on preventive measures to keep your oral health in optimal condition and reduce the likelihood of dental emergencies
Contact Us Immediately
If you are experiencing a dental emergency, don’t hesitate to contact us immediately. Our dedicated emergency dental line is available to assist you and schedule an appointment for prompt care. You can reach us at (713) 271-3000 during our extended hours. Our friendly staff will guide you through the process and ensure that you receive the urgent attention you require.