Whether trauma has damaged your teeth and gums, or you are experiencing severe tooth pain, our team at Lindenbrook Dental Care is here to provide the emergency services you need. We offer fast treatments and effective solutions to manage the pain and protect your smile.
An accident or infection can cause long-term damage to your teeth if left untreated. If you want to avoid complications, then we recommend that you call our office as soon as possible for a dental emergency treatment. We specialize in a variety of dentistry techniques, giving you access to quality services and modern technology during your appointment.
When is Dental Emergency Care Needed?
An emergency appointment is needed if you have been in an accident that damaged your teeth and gums. Keep in mind that there is limited time to save the tooth, which is why it is best to call our office as soon as possible. These emergency services are also available for common dental complaints, such as:
- Severe pain in the mouth
- Chipped tooth
- Broken crown
- Lost a filling
- Damaged gums
- Bleeding that needs to be stopped
Regardless of the type of dental problem or pain you are experiencing, we recommend that you contact our office as soon as possible for treatment. We offer convenient scheduling options and high-quality services for every patient. Contact Lindenbrook Dental Care if you need to schedule a dental emergency treatment.
Frequently Asked Questions
1. What do I do with a broken tooth?
When your tooth is broken, then you should call us for an emergency appointment as soon as possible. If you have the broken portion of the tooth, or a tooth that has been knocked out, store it in milk until the appointment.
2. Is a root canal a dental emergency treatment?
A severe toothache might be caused by an infection within the root of the tooth. If the inside of the tooth needs to be treated, then a root canal might be recommended as part of your dental emergency treatment.
3. What steps should I follow if I have a dental emergency?
First, call our office to discuss the situation. We provide immediate recommendations such as pressure to stop the bleeding, care of the broken tooth, and pain management. Our team will fit you in for an appointment right away.
4. I don’t have insurance; can I still receive treatment for my dental emergency?
Emergency services are available for all patients, regardless of insurance coverage. Talk to us about options for uninsured patients, including a quality dental care plan that might fit your needs.