Are you experiencing a dental emergency? It happens from time to time. At Reflection Dental, our caring team of dental professionals is here to help! Whether you’ve had an accident that caused a chipped tooth or a toothache is giving you trouble, it’s a good idea to call for an appointment to come and see us as soon as you can.
It’s human nature to delay asking for help –especially when the help you need could involve some discomfort. But delaying emergency dental services can lead to poor treatment outcomes. It’s better to be seen right away and get the care you need when a tooth emergency happens.
Injured teeth and gums that are not treated immediately are prone to infection and further complications that could increase your pain and suffering. It often takes more time, more money, and more visits to the emergency dentist to treat the problem than it would otherwise take if you act immediately when a problem arises.
When you work with the professionals at Reflection Dental, you’ll have a team of tooth care experts working on your dental emergency. Years of training and experience have taught us the best practices to treat and save injured teeth and gums. We can do it in a way that minimizes pain and recovery time. Every treatment will be uniquely customized to our patients’ needs, and your situation is no exception. You’ll get full-service support for any issue that may arise:
There are many other dental emergencies that people experience as well. Oftentimes these can be resolved with just a few easy treatments. If bigger issues arise, it may take a bit longer to address those concerns, but our team is well-qualified to handle such emergency dental care when needed. If you have any questions, you’re always invited to call us for a friendly conversation about your tooth care needs.
When you come in, we’ll seat you in the dental chair as quickly as we can. If your pain is high, our first priority will be to get you some relief. We’ll then begin the process of diagnosing the underlying problem. We may need to do some x-ray imaging work to get a better view of what’s happening in your mouth. Our assessment should lead us to the problem and inform us what the next steps are.
We’ll keep you informed of what we find and present options to you for treatment and care of the dental problem. Once you decide on the treatment course that is right for you, our team will immediately begin working to resolve the tooth emergency.
Call us immediately! In the short term, you may be able to get some temporary relief by gently brushing and flossing to remove any irritants, such as fragments of food. Pain-relieving medication such as aspirin or ibuprofen may help lessen your discomfort. Be sure to follow dosing instructions on the bottle.
Unless you have received direct trauma to your face or your life is immediately in danger, the ER won’t be able to resolve your dental distress because they cannot practice dentistry. They will likely provide pain relievers and refer you out to a qualified dentist.
Yes. If your emergency situation is urgent, we will do everything in our power to see you on the same day that you call. Contact us to coordinate schedules right away. We’ll get ready for your arrival.
If you’re feeling any pain, notice any unusual swelling, or are bleeding from your gums, you should visit an emergency dentist as soon as you can. It’s best to know what is causing the issue.