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What is emergency dentistry?

Many patients may be unsure what’s considered a dental emergency. If it’s a concern to you, it’s a concern to us. A good rule of thumb, give us a call. 
Waiting for treatment could put you or your teeth in danger. Five signs not to ignore: severe pain, chipped or lost tooth, excessive gum bleeding, pus or infection, or a broken crown. No matter your dental emergency, we have you covered without prior scheduling.

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Of course, no one plans for a dental emergency. That’s why we’re here for you when it happens.


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Finding a dentist specializing in emergency dental services alleviates the pain from the root cause and provides appropriate treatment. Count on our Smile Generation-trusted clinicians to deliver an accurate diagnosis and the right plan for your dental emergency needs.

Handling a Dental Emergency

Learn what to do when a dental emergency arises.

Every year in the U.S., there are an estimated 2 million visits to hospital emergency departments (EDs) for dental pain.

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What is considered a dental emergency?

Anything that could cause the risk of serious medical or dental complications is a need for emergency dental care. Often, emergency dental situations arise because of an accident, but that's not always the case. For example, you may have a dental emergency if:

Chipped or Broken Teeth: 

If you have experienced facial trauma in an accident and have chipped or broken teeth or damage that restricts normal function, you should see an emergency dentist.

Tooth Loss: 

If the tooth was a permanent tooth, you must go to the dentist immediately to save the tooth. Depending on the placement of your teeth, a missing tooth could eventually cause your other teeth to shift.

Bleeding in the mouth: 

There are many causes for excessive bleeding, it could be a sign that something is wrong with the tooth or tooth's root, and possibly be an indication of severe gum disease.

Tooth Abcess: 

This is also a sign of tooth infection. This type of infection won't go away without treatment and antibiotics, so it's essential to see your dentist if you think you have one. If left untreated, an infection can spread to your jaw or other areas.

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Emergencies can happen when you least expect them, which is why Smile Generation-trusted emergency dentists provide prompt care and same-day appointments for those unexpected moments.
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When you have a dental emergency, call your dentist right away. Most dentists offer same-day appointments for emergencies, and some provide after-hours services. If you have a dental emergency and cannot see your dentist, visit your local emergency room. While most hospitals are not equipped to treat dental problems, they may offer antibiotics or pain medicines to help you feel better until you see your dentist.

Learn more in our blog, "Handling a Dental Emergency."

A dental emergency is an urgent dental problem that needs to be addressed immediately. Common dental emergencies include cracked teeth, knocked-out teeth, severe toothaches, and objects lodged between the teeth. Other dental emergencies include a broken jaw or a bitten tongue that will not stop bleeding.


Learn more in our blog, "Handling a Dental Emergency."

If you have a dental emergency, call your dentist right away. If you do not have a dentist, you can use Smile Generation to find an emergency dentist in your area. If you cannot get a hold of your dentist, go to the emergency room, as they may be able to help with the pain until you can get in to see your dentist.

Learn more in our blog, "Handling a Dental Emergency."

The cost will vary based on the type of dental emergency. For example, if you have a cracked tooth, your dentist may recommend placing a crown. Depending on its material, a crown generally costs $800 to $1,500. Your dentist can explain the treatment options for your dental emergency and how much they may cost.


Learn more in our blog, "Handling a Dental Emergency."


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