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Emergency Dentist

The majority of people visit their dentist regularly for exams, treatments, and operations. However, unexpected dental visits are extremely common.

Emergency dentistry is a specialized service provided by experienced dentists to deal with dental emergencies that strike without warning. If you have a major injury to your mouth or face that requires immediate medical attention, you should seek emergency dentistry services. You can always phone our Dentist in Laurel MD and describe your issue so that we can assess whether or not you have a dental emergency. If you require immediate attention, our dentist will schedule an appointment with you as soon as feasible.

Common Dental Emergencies 

  • Unexplainable toothache

Toothaches aren't simply a bother; they're also not something to take lightly. They're a warning sign from your body that something isn't quite right in your mouth. Find a certified emergency dentist to assist you in diagnosing and treating a sudden and unexplained toothache.

  • Nerves that are exposed

Exposed nerves are painful, and waiting to visit your dentist can only make things worse. Seek emergency dental help as soon as possible to avoid infections, more nerve damage, or more extensive dental treatments in the future.

  • Knocked out tooth

It can be pretty shocking to have a tooth knocked out of your mouth due to a strong collision! Your dentist may be able to save your tooth if you act quickly after a tooth has been knocked out. Pick up the tooth by the top, be careful not to touch the root and place it in a tiny container of milk and rush to the dentist to enhance your chances of saving your tooth. 

  • Missing filling

A missing filling is another potential dental emergency because, without it, your tooth might easily crack or chip. It may even expose the nerves of the tooth, resulting in a variety of additional dental problems that require rapid attention.

  • Broken crown

When a dental crown cracks or falls off completely, your tooth is left exposed to infection and harm. You may be able to prevent a root canal, extraction, or other dental surgery by arranging an emergency dental appointment to replace the crown.

If you have severe mouth pain, significant gum bleeding, a misplaced tooth that is lodged in your gums, or a tooth that has been knocked out accidentally, you should see our dentist right away. Dental emergencies are extremely sensitive and should never be ignored.

To find out more about the dental services we offer at Montpelier Family Dentistry, Laurel, MD, call (301) 812-4599 or schedule an online consultation. You can also visit us at 14502 Greenview Dr #100, Laurel, MD, 20708.

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