At Savannah Dental Care, we understand that not all dental care is routine and planned. That’s why we reserve space in our schedule to accommodate dental emergencies. Whether you’re a new or existing patient, we’ll do what we can to get you into the office and back to your normal routine as quickly as possible. Contact our emergency dentist in Aubrey today!
Common Dental Emergencies
A general rule of thumb is if you’re experiencing severe pain, you should call us right away. Below is a list of common dental emergencies that we’d expect to see you in-office for:
- Abscessed Tooth
- Bleeding or Swollen Gums
- Broken or Chipped Tooth
- Knocked-Out Tooth
- Lost Filling or Dental Restoration
- Severe Tooth Pain
If you’re experiencing any of the above, please contact a member of our team as quickly as possible!
Quality Care Without Breaking the Bank
Cost is often a deciding factor when making decisions about dental care, especially when treatment is more extensive than a routine exam or cleaning. With us, you don’t have to choose between your budget and your oral health. Savannah Dental Care offers an exclusive emergency exam special that includes two problem-focused X-rays to help place emergency dental care within reach. Call our office for more details!
Emergency Dentistry FAQs
What can I expect at my emergency exam?
Our skilled team will assess the problem area and take X-rays, if necessary. From there, we’ll create a personalized treatment plan for you and discuss your options for both dental repairs and payment. Rest assured, we’ll keep you informed throughout the entire process!
How can I prepare for a dental emergency?
There are a few things you can keep handy to help eliminate panic if a dental emergency does arise. We recommend maintaining a dental-specific kit complete with dental floss, gauze, a small container, and your nearest emergency dentist’s contact information. Each of these items can help you minimize damage and get in contact with a professional quickly!
What should I do if my tooth is knocked out?
First, locate the tooth and very gently rinse it with water to clear any debris off of it. If possible, reinsert the tooth until you can get into our office. If you can’t do that, place the tooth in a small container with milk or water to preserve the root. In any case, contact our office immediately!