Emergency Dentistry

Providing urgent dental care services

Our experienced teams will know instinctively what to look for to ease your immediate pain and minimize potential short or long-term damage. Beyond the physical indications of cracked, chipped or missing teeth, x-rays will help diagnose the full extent of the trauma, and will guide our dental specialists in devising a more effective treatment and restorative plan.

How do I know if my tooth is cracked or broken?

Symptoms of a cracked tooth include pain while chewing or releasing the bite, constant or intermittent pain, and sensitivity to hot or cold liquid or food. If you experience any of these symptoms, it's essential to seek professional dental care as soon as possible.
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What should I do if a tooth gets knocked out?

If a tooth is knocked out, immediately place it in a glass of milk or a saline solution and seek emergency dental care as soon as possible. The quicker you act, the better the chances of saving the tooth.

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