Dental emergencies, by their very nature, only happen at the very worst times. It can also feel very frightening because there’s often pain, bleeding, and uncertainty as to what to do next. Should you or a loved one ever suffer a dental injury or experience severe tooth pain, you only need to remember one thing: call Ellicott City Smiles.
It may seem like a good idea to head to a hospital emergency room when you’re experiencing a dental emergency; however, this couldn’t be further from the truth. Unfortunately, a hospital is not equipped to handle teeth related emergencies and they won’t be able to make the repairs to your teeth that are necessary to restore your oral health.
Calling your team at Ellicott City Smiles first will save you time, money, and stress during a dental emergency.
Our team is trained and equipped to handle a wide variety of dental emergencies, so when you call we’ll be ready to answer questions, offer tips and guidance for care at home, and provide same-day care if necessary.
It also helps when you understand how to handle an emergency situation until you can get to our office. So, here we’ve provided tips for handling common dental emergencies in Ellicott City.
We can help you with dental emergencies such as:
When you’re in need of urgent care, be sure to call your emergency dentist in Ellicott City as soon as you can. We’ll always be there when you need us the most!
No one looks forward to a root canal. Let’s face it, they have a bad reputation for being painful; however, new advancements now make them no worse than a traditional dental filling. While you may be a bit hesitant to have one, often it could be the only option to save your tooth from an extraction. At Ellicott City Smiles Dental Group, you have nothing to fear. We will rehabilitate your tooth and your oral health.
A severe toothache could be a sign of an infection. If it is not treated quickly, it could cost you your tooth. We can save your smile with root canal therapy. The endodontic procedure will rehabilitate your damaged tooth and stop your pain. A custom-made dental crown is placed over it to prevent future complications while restoring a functional, attractive tooth.
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