Contact our team today if you're experiencing any of the following:
- Broken Teeth or Cracked Teeth
- Broken Fillings
- Chipped Teeth
- Lost Crown
- Substantial Toothache
- Significant Sensitivity
- Swollen or Sore Gums
- Jaw Pain
Dental emergencies are a common occurrence that affect countless dental patients, and that can come in many forms. When it comes to dental emergencies, being prepared is the best way to ensure a positive treatment outcome, and acting fast is the best way to minimize the affect of the emergency on your overall oral health. These emergencies can include a chipped or cracked tooth, severe toothache, or excessive pain.
Our team at Infinity Dental Highpoint Flats have been treating dental emergencies for years, and are equipped with the advanced treatment protocols needed to treat emergencies effectively and efficiently. If you’re experiencing a dental emergency, contact our team as soon as possible – acting fast is key to treating dental emergencies!
As stated above, the faster you can have a dental emergency treated, the better. If you’ve chipped or cracked a tooth, are experiencing severe tooth pain, or are experiencing swollen gums, contact our veteran emergency dentistry team by calling us today.
Contact our team today if you’re experiencing emergency dental symptoms, such as severe tooth pain, bleeding or swollen gums, or a chipped or cracked tooth.
As stated above, acting fast is the best way to ensure a positive outcome from a dental emergency, If you’re experiencing emergency symptoms, see your dentist as soon as you can.
Chipped and cracked teeth can potentially lead to infections finding their way into your teeth. Chipped and cracked teeth are often corrected through bonding. If you’ve chipped or cracked a tooth, see our team as soon as you can.
Our office is able to treat emergency dentistry patients whether or not they’re located locally. Even if you’re from out of town, you can visit our emergency dentistry team in Highpoint Flats.
In between when your dental emergency occurs and when you’re able to make it to the dentist, take precautionary measures to ensure the best possible outcome from your dental emergency – if a tooth has been chocked out, place the tooth in a glass or container filled with milk and make your way to the dentist. For any bleeding, press and warm, damp towel to the bleeding until it stops. If it does not, make your way to our office as soon as you can.