Same day emergency appointment 24/7 schedule online:
At Prime Dentistry, we always book our schedule in such a way that will allow us to see and treat dental emergencies the same day and promptly. Our goal is to provide dental emergency service the same day regardless of if you are new to us or are an existing patient.
We provide the prompt treatment for following conditions
- Severe toothache
- Dental abscess
- Loose tooth
- Knocked-out tooth
- Excessive bleeding
- A broken tooth or where a large chunk of the tooth is missing
- Large crack or chip in the tooth
- Lost filling or crown
- Foreign object lodged in a tooth or in between two teeth
- Swelling to the face
- Bleeding gum, etc.
We provide following Emergency treatment:
Emergency Treatment of Tooth Abscess:
A tooth abscess is a serious dental condition that occurs when bacteria enters the tooth and begins to produce pus. The pus builds up inside the tooth, causing it to become swollen and painful. If left untreated, a tooth abscess can lead to serious complications, including infection of the jawbone and even death. Treatment for a tooth abscess typically involves drainage of the pus and antibiotics. In some cases, the affected tooth may also need to be extracted. Anyone who is experiencing pain or swelling in their teeth should see a dentist as soon as possible to have it checked out. Tooth abscesses are not to be taken lightly – they can be extremely painful and dangerous if left unchecked.
Emergency Root canal Treatment
A root canal is a treatment or procedure that fixes or mends a severely damaged/decayed or infected tooth. The procedure normally includes extracting the damaged area of the tooth (the pulp), cleaning and disinfecting it, and then filling and covering or sealing it.The Root canal treated teeth should receive crowns(caps), as they are a higher chance of fracture in RCT treated teeth.
It is possible to certain extent to avoid the need of root canal treatment by having routine check-ups and xrays, where cavities can be detected before it has an opportunity to advance and destroy teeth. Small cavities can be treated with routine tooth colored fillings. Remember, most small cavities do NOT show any symptoms, and you will NOT be able to know, until it is advanced closer to the pulp of teeth. When there is throbbing spontaneous pain that lingers, evaluation for the need of the root canal will be necessary. At prime dentistry, we recommend you to come in regularly, so we can be certain that you do not have to go through dental pain, and getting root canal treatment.
Emergency Teeth Extraction/Wisdom Teeth extraction
Most common reason for tooth removal from jaw bone may be necessary because of Severe tooth decay/infection, fracture or gum disease. WE will take an x-ray of the area to determine the easiest way to extract the tooth and the proper anesthetic method to make sure it’s a pain-free experience. Once the extraction is complete, the dentist will guide you with the after-care instructions for a healthy recovery.
Emergency Repair of fractured tooth
Fractured teeth are one of the most common dental problems that may happen to anyone at any age. Though different in severity, a fracture requires emergency dental treatment to avoid future complications. Please call us or Schedule online as soon as possible, as it will need an evaluation with xray to determine the amount of damage and treatment. Crowns and fillings can help to protect the tooth from further damage and reduce pain. If the tooth is severely fractured, it may need to be removed. In this case, your dentist will discuss with you the best options for replacement. With prompt treatment, a fractured tooth can be successfully treated and healed.
Emergency treatment of SEVERE Toothache:
Among the most excruciating experiences that a person can have is a severe toothache. The pain caused by an abscessed tooth, for example, can be so severe that it interferes with eating, drinking, and even sleeping. In addition to the pain, an abscess can also cause fever, swelling of the face and gums, and bad breath. If left untreated, an abscess can lead to serious health complications, including death. Toothaches can also be caused by cavities, gum disease, cracks in the teeth, and exposed nerves. Treatment for a toothache depends on the underlying cause. For example, cavities can be treated with fillings, while gum disease may require antibiotics or surgery. Severe toothaches can be extremely debilitating, but fortunately there are effective treatments available. Call us or schedule online 24/7.
Palliative Treatment for Dental Emergency
On the day of emergency visit, Whatever the reason may be, when definite treatment is not possible on the day of emergency visit, we can provide palliative treatment to make you more comfortable. Palliative treatment can be considered as a temporary cure without curing the underlying condition.It would be something like, smoothening of sharp tooth/filling, placement of temporary crown/filling, draining pus from abscessed tooth, prescribing antibiotics for infection, etc.