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Emergency Dental Services
Sometimes life throws you a curveball, leaving you in a position where you need emergency
dental care. When this happens, it’s important to stay calm, take deep breaths, and give us a call at (425) 226-2684 to schedule an emergency appointment.
We’ll provide you with quality care to restore your oral health and get you back on track.
While some dental emergencies can wait, it’s important to understand what to do during certain incidents and how we can help.
What is a Dental Emergency?
A dental emergency is any pain, damage, or trauma caused to your teeth, gums, or mouth. There are a number of incidences that are considered a dental emergency, such as:
- Continuous bleeding in the mouth
- Trauma to the teeth, gums, or mouth
- Soft tissue injury, like a cut in the mouth or lip
- Severe tooth pain
- Fractured, chipped, or cracked teeth
- Knocked out tooth
At Denti Belli Dentistry, we feature emergency dental care to provide our patients with a solution to a number of dental problems you may encounter.
If you’re experiencing a dental emergency, contact us immediately at (425) 226-2684 and we’ll assess the damage and determine the best course of action for you.
How to Treat Dental Emergencies
When it comes to your oral health, it’s important to be proactive to prevent further damage, infection, or even tooth loss. For dental emergencies that don’t require immediate care, schedule an appointment as soon as you can, and follow these instructions:
- If you’re experiencing a toothache, clean the area with lukewarm water and a soft-bristled toothbrush. Take an over-the-counter pain reliever and apply a cold compress to relieve any swelling.
- If you have fractured, chipped, or cracked teeth, rinse your mouth with warm water and come in for emergency care as soon as possible to avoid additional damage.
- If your tooth has been knocked out, gently clean your tooth and bring it to your appointment so Dr. Taylor can try to reattach it. Place the tooth in a container with milk or your own saliva to preserve the tooth until you can come in.
- If you’ve cut a part of your mouth or lip, apply firm pressure to the area with a gauze or clean cloth to stop the bleeding. If it’s bruised or swollen, apply an ice pack to relieve any pain or discomfort.
Following these tips will help manage your dental emergency until you’re able to come in for emergency care. If pain or bleeding persists, contact us immediately at (425) 226-2684 and we’ll help restore your dental and oral health.
Get Immediate Care
With Dr. Taylor
When an unexpected dental emergency puts your life on hold, you can count on us to provide you with high-quality care in a timely manner so you can return to your everyday life.
If you have any questions, contact us at (425) 226-2684 or simply fill out a contact form.
We’ll help you restore your dental health and get your life back on track.
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We are FULLY OPEN for all your dental and facial esthetic needs, following the CDC guidelines to ensure the safety of our patients, our team, and our community while also preventing the further spread of the COVID-19 virus.
Request an appointment or give us a call at 425-226-2684 and discover the Denti Belli Dentistry difference.
What Our Patients Are Saying
I had some dental implants done recently at Denti Belli. From the very start with the consultation, Dr. Taylor made me feel at ease, helping me to understand each and every step of the process and ensuring that we had a plan in place to meet my specific needs.
Emergency Dental FAQs
We have the answers.
I’m experiencing severe tooth pain. How can you help?
I have a chipped or damaged tooth. What should I do?
What happens if I don’t come in for emergency care?
While visiting the dentist doesn’t always seem to be an immediate priority, being proactive can prevent unnecessary outcomes such as:
- Pain due to infection
- Periodontitis (gum disease), leading to bone loss and tooth decay
- Tooth loss, especially if dental treatment is postponed for too long
What if I’m not sure it’s a true dental emergency?
Schedule Your Appointment With Denti Belli Today
We Are Fully Open for All Dental and Facial Esthetic Services!
We are following the CDC guidelines to ensure the safety of our patients, our team, and our community while also preventing the further spread of the COVID-19 virus. Request an appointment or give us a call at 425-226-2684 and discover the Denti Belli Dentistry difference.