Dental emergencies are different from routine visits and regular treatments. The expert team at Smile Dental Group can treat any dental emergency that might occur. Read below to learn what qualifies as a dental emergency.
The following signs can indicate the need for urgent dental treatment:
Fractured or Broken Tooth
You may need to contact an emergency dentist in Jackson Heights if you have a severely fractured tooth. Rinse your mouth with warm water (do not rinse aggressively), and place an ice pack on your cheek or jaw to reduce swelling.
If your tooth has been knocked out due to trauma or a blow, your dentist may be able to preserve and reinsert the tooth. Hold the knocked-out tooth by the crown (and not by the root) and gently reinsert it in the socket.
If you are unable to reinsert it, store it in a container of milk and visit our dentist at Smile Dental Group as soon as possible.
Acute Tooth Pain
Exposed nerves or an advanced cavity can cause excruciating pain, and in such cases, you will need immediate dental treatment for the infection. Our trained emergency dentist suggests that you try chewing sugar-free gum and use it to cover the exposed dental nerve until you get to the dentist.
We may also prescribe a painkiller over the telephone to keep you comfortable until you arrive for treatment.
For any problem, please contact us for 24/7 emergency dentistry services in Jackson Heights.
We recommend the following home care tips until you are able to visit a dentist:
Please contact Smile Dental Group for our reliable emergency dentistry services near you.