Posts Categorized: Dental Emergency

Have A Dental Emergency? Don’t Panic!

When you chip a tooth, or have one knocked-out completely, don’t panic! Instead, take a few quick steps to alleviate the damage or discomfort, and see us as soon as possible. In today’s blog, your Garland, TX, dentist will look at common dental emergency situations, and discuss not only how you should respond to them,… Read more »

What Does My Toothache Mean?

Have you noticed your tooth has started feeling sensitive, or possibly even ache? A toothache could be telling you lots of things, possibly even alerting you to the presence of a cavity or an infection. Since your Garland, TX, dentist is still offering emergency care on a case-by-case basis, we can help address the factors… Read more »

When Does Your Smile Need Emergency Care?

To flatten the curve and slow the spread of COVID-19, many people across the DFW area are staying home and doing what they can to protect the health of themselves and their families. But what happens when a dental emergency arrives? If you develop a damaged tooth, your Garland, TX, dentist suggests scheduling an emergency… Read more »

Emergency Treatment For Your Damaged Tooth

If you chip a tooth, or suffer any other injuries or discomfort, then you may need to see your Garland, TX, dentist for emergency care. We can repair the issue, often in one visit, and help you continue to enjoy optimal oral health. In today’s blog, we’re looking at common emergency situations and how you… Read more »

Do You Know How To Respond To Dental Emergencies?

What should you do if you have a chipped tooth, or if one that is knocked out? These are examples of an emergency situation, one that requires immediate attention from your dentist. Your Garland, TX, dentist provides emergency care, and also has a few tips for limiting discomfort in the time between your accident and… Read more »

Responding To Your Dental Emergency

What counts as a dental emergency? We consider any damage or injury to your teeth and gums that is not life threatening to be a dental emergency. We always urge our Garland, TX, patients to see us as soon as possible, so we can treat the issue and prevent complications. Patients should also take the… Read more »

Could a Chipped Tooth Be a Dental Emergency?

When most people think of a dental emergency, they may immediately think of severely damaged, loose, or lost teeth. They rarely consider the chipped tooth that they may have put up with for years now, or how the damage may be affecting the rest of their oral health. Even if a chipped tooth doesn’t hurt,… Read more »

How Do I Address A Damaged Or Knocked-Out Tooth?

When you have an injured tooth, you have a dental emergency. We can offer emergency dental care for situations that result in damage (that’s not life threatening) to your teeth or gums. Often, we help patients with cracked or chipped teeth, or even a knocked-out tooth. Before you even see us, there are steps you… Read more »

How To Address Broken Or Avulsed Teeth

What should you do when a tooth is avulsed (knocked-out) or broken? There are a few steps you can take right before seeing your dentist to ease discomfort and make the repair process easier. Fortunately, we can provide emergency care to address problems or injuries with the teeth and gums, returning your smile to optimal… Read more »

How Do You Address Emergency Situations?

We consider a dental emergency to include any non-life threatening pain or injury to your teeth or gums. When such a situation arises, you should see us right away. Otherwise, complications could develop that further threaten your oral health. Fortunately, we can address these situations and even offer advice on addressing discomfort prior to seeing… Read more »