Quality Emergency Dental Care for You.
At CP Dental, we understand that dental emergencies can happen at any time and can be painful and stressful. That’s why we offer emergency dental services to help you get the care you need when you need it. Our team of experienced dentists is here to provide urgent dental care to you.
If you experience any of the following dental emergencies, please contact us immediately
A severe toothache is a sharp, intense pain or discomfort in or around a tooth or multiple teeth that can be caused by a variety of dental problems. This type of toothache can be constant, intermittent, or triggered by certain foods, drinks, or temperature changes.
If you experience a severe toothache, it is important to seek prompt dental care as it may indicate a serious underlying dental problem that requires immediate attention. In the meantime, you can try to alleviate the pain by rinsing your mouth with warm salt water, using over-the-counter pain relievers, and avoiding hot, cold, or sugary foods and drinks.
A broken or chipped tooth refers to a tooth that has been partially or completely fractured or damaged due to trauma or injury, biting on a hard object, or weakening of the tooth structure. A broken or chipped tooth can cause pain or sensitivity, depending on the severity of the damage, and may also affect the appearance and functionality of the tooth.
If you have a broken or chipped tooth, it is important to
see your dentist as soon as possible to prevent further damage or infection.
A knocked-out tooth is a dental emergency that requires immediate attention. When a tooth is knocked out, it is important to act quickly to increase the chances of saving the tooth. Emergency dental care for a knocked-out tooth includes the following steps:
Retrieve the tooth: Locate the tooth and pick it up by the crown (the part that is normally visible in the mouth). Avoid touching the root of the tooth as this can damage the delicate tissues that are necessary for re-implantation.
Rinse the tooth: Gently rinse the tooth with water or milk to remove any dirt or debris. Do not use soap or chemicals, and do not scrub the tooth.
Attempt to re-implant the tooth: If possible, re-implant the tooth back into its socket. Gently push the tooth into place with your fingers, being careful not to damage the root.
Keep the tooth moist: If you are unable to re-implant the tooth, keep it moist by placing it in a container of milk, saliva, or a specialized tooth preservation solution. Do not let the tooth dry out.
Seek immediate dental care: Contact an emergency dentist as soon as possible. The dentist may be able to save the tooth if you act quickly.
Remember, time is of the essence when it comes to a knocked-out tooth. Seek emergency dental care right away for the best chance of saving the tooth.
A loose or missing filling or crown refers to a dental restoration that has become dislodged or fallen out of the tooth. Fillings and crowns are common dental restorations used to repair damaged or decayed teeth and to restore their function and appearance.
A loose or missing filling or crown can cause discomfort, sensitivity, and expose the tooth to further damage or decay.
If you have a loose or missing filling or crown, it is important to see your dentist as soon as possible to prevent further damage to the tooth and to restore its function and appearance.
A gum infection, also known as gingivitis, is an inflammation of the gums caused by the buildup of plaque on the teeth. Symptoms of gingivitis include red, swollen, and bleeding gums. If left untreated, gingivitis can progress to periodontitis, which is a more severe form of gum disease that can lead to tooth loss.
A tooth infection, on the other hand, is an infection in the tooth’s pulp or nerve caused by a bacterial infection. Symptoms of a tooth infection include tooth pain, sensitivity to hot or cold temperatures, swelling of the gums or face, and fever.
If you are experiencing symptoms of either a gum or tooth infection, it is important to see a dentist as soon as possible for an accurate diagnosis and appropriate treatment.
Swollen jaw or face refers to a condition where there is an abnormal enlargement of the jaw or face due to the accumulation of fluid, inflammation, or other underlying conditions.
Swelling of the jaw or face can be caused by a variety of factors, including tooth or gum infections, sinus infections, trauma or injury, salivary gland disorders, cysts or tumors, and allergic reactions. It can also be a symptom of more serious medical conditions such as cancer, autoimmune diseases, or infections.
The swelling may be accompanied by other symptoms such as pain, tenderness, redness, warmth, difficulty chewing or speaking, fever, and difficulty breathing.
If you experience swelling of the jaw or face, it is important to seek medical attention immediately to determine the underlying cause and receive appropriate treatment.
A: Dental emergencies can range from a severe toothache to a knocked-out tooth, a broken tooth, or bleeding in the mouth.
A: If you have a dental emergency, call us immediately. We will provide you with instructions on what to do next.
A: We try to see emergency patients on the same day. However, if you have a life-threatening emergency, call 000 or go to the nearest emergency room.
A: The most common dental emergencies include severe toothaches, broken or chipped teeth, knocked-out or loose teeth, and abscesses.
A: The cost of emergency dental care varies depending on the severity of the emergency and the necessary treatment. We will provide you with a cost estimate before starting any treatment.
We accept cash, credit cards, and insurance.
A: While the emergency room can provide temporary relief for dental emergencies, they are not equipped to provide long-term dental care. It is always best to seek emergency dental care from a dentist.
A: Try to retrieve the tooth and rinse it gently with water. If possible, place the tooth back in its socket and hold it in place with gentle pressure. If you cannot reinsert the tooth, place it in a container of milk or saliva to keep it moist. Contact us immediately for emergency dental care.
A: Rinse your mouth with warm water and use dental floss to remove any food particles that may be causing the toothache. Apply a cold compress to reduce swelling and contact us for an appointment.
A: Save any broken or chipped tooth fragments and rinse your mouth with warm water. Apply a cold compress to reduce swelling and contact us for an appointment.
A: If you have a loose or missing filling or crown, contact us for an appointment. In the meantime, you can use dental cement or sugar-free gum to temporarily reattach the filling or crown.
A: You can prevent dental emergencies by practicing good oral hygiene, wearing a mouthguard during sports, avoiding hard or sticky foods, and visiting your dentist for regular checkups.
We know dental emergencies can be scary, but our team is here to help you. When you call us, we will do our best to schedule you for a same-day appointment or offer advice on managing your symptoms until you can come in for treatment.
Our emergency dental services include:
If you need emergency dental care, please call us immediately. Our team is here to help you get the relief you need and restore your oral health.