Emergency Dental Care For A Toothache In Plano
We understand that no one ever wants to have a dental emergency, however if you or a member of your family have an emergency, we are ready to assist you in getting the treatment that you need with the utmost possible care. If you require emergency dental care outside normal office hours, there is always a way to contact us, 24/7.
Below are some tips for helping to manage dental emergencies:
- Broken Jaw | If you believe you may have broken your jaw, use a cold compress to help with the swelling. Call us as soon as you can or head to the hospital. Most often a broken jaw is the result of having a blow to the head, and severe blows to the head can be dangerous.
- Sensitivity | If you have had recent dental work and are now experiencing a toothache or severe tooth discomfort, we are here to help with our emergency dental services. Please give us a call, and we will work with you to determine what the issue is so that it can be treated.
- Chipped, Fractured or Broken Teeth | If your tooth has been chipped, fractured, or even broken be sure to take the broken piece and rinse it with warm, clean water. To help reduce swelling, you may want to use a cold compress. If you can locate the tooth fragment that broke off, be sure to save it and then get in touch with us.
- Knocked Out Tooth | If your tooth was accidentally knocked out, be sure to locate the tooth and clean it with water. Do not use soap. While cleaning the tooth, be sure to only touch the crown of your tooth, which is the part you can see in your mouth normally. If you are able, try putting the tooth back into its socket and holding it there with either a clean cloth or towel. If this is not an option, place it in a clean container filled with milk. Whether you can put it in the socket again or not, please be sure to give us a call immediately and/or head to the hospital. By doing this, it may be possible to save the tooth.
- Bitten Tongue and/or Lip | If you bit your tongue or your lip badly enough that it started to bleed, be sure to clean the bite gently with fresh water. You might also want to use a cold compress. A cold compress is a cold/wet washcloth or towel that you will press firmly against the affected area to help keep swelling down.
- Something Caught in Teeth | If you get something caught in between your teeth, the first step is to try to gently floss the item out. Be sure not to use other tools to attempt to remove the stuck item; you don’t want to wind up doing more damage! If flossing the item out does not work, please give us a call.
- Tooth Pain | One solution for tooth discomfort is attempting to rinse your mouth with warm water or try using a cold compress. If neither of those work, or if you have a severe toothache, please give us a call immediately.
- Loose Teeth | If it is a child’s tooth, you can attempt to remove it. If it is an adult tooth, please get in touch with us immediately.
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If you have a severe toothache or other dental emergency, we are ready to help. Give us a call if you need to see our emergency dentist and are near Frisco, Plano, or Allen, TX!