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There is nothing you can do to plan for a dental emergency. Extreme sharp pain may suddenly appear overnight, a cavity may hit your nerves just as you wake up, or a relaxing day at home can turn into a long sleepless night.
Stop The Pain: Get your Dental Emergency Treated Now
The last thing you want for yourself or someone in your family is to be stuck at home with major dental pain and no relief.
If you experience any severe dental pain, rest assure when you call the Sbenati Dentistry team, we will do everything we can to get you booked in and start treatment to get you the relief you need.
What do I do if my family or I are having a dental emergency?
Emergencies happen fast and at times you least expect. And if you’ve ever felt tooth pain, you know your entire day can come to a halt as you or a loved one try to cope with a tooth ache.
But you don’t have to worry. Give us a call immediately and the dental team at Sbenati Dentistry will be ready to help you with your dental emergency.
- Firstly, our dental experts will talk you through your pain over the phone to find out how long you’ve been feeling an ache and the severity of the pain.
- Secondly, we’ll have you scheduled in for a visit as soon as we can to provide you treatment as fast as possible.
- Thirdly, when you come in for your visit, we’ll do an x-ray to identify the source of the pain and see if it’s possible to treat it right on the spot.
There are many different levels of tooth pain and they all can mean different things; but pain does not mean you need a major procedure. Often, we think that a painful tooth can end up meaning a root canal or a tooth extraction – but that’s not always the case, it could simply mean you need a quick filling or cavity cleaning.
We’ll have a doctor on staff for you to help diagnose and determine the best and quickest treatment for your dental emergency.
Should I wait for the pain to subside?
Don’t wait for the pain to become worse – a simple tooth ache could turn into a tooth extraction if you wait too long. The sooner we can help you diagnose the problem, the sooner we can get you treatment.
If there is an infection or special circumstance where we cannot perform dental treatment in the same day, we’ll guide you through what is going to help curb the pain until we can find an appointment date that works best for you.
You won’t be stuck going through tooth pain on your own, we’ll make sure you have what you need to lessen the pain until you are ready for a full dental treatment.
Other types of Dental Emergencies:
A dental emergency does not always mean pain – sometimes you can end up with a chipped tooth, a lost filling or crown, and even a mouth sore that causes discomfort. But all these minor emergencies can turn into something bigger if not treated.
We’ll work with you to determine how urgent the need is and if there is any cause for concern. If you need to come in for treatment, our team will find a time and date that works within your schedule.