Emergency Dentist in El Paso, TX

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​Dental emergencies can occur suddenly and be very painful. Our emergency dentist can bring relief from the pain you are experiencing and help you retain your oral health.  Here are some dental emergencies that we can help you with:

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What to Do In Case of Dental Emergency

A dental emergency can bring excruciating pain from one moment to the next. That is why it’s crucial that you first and foremost remain calm. Panicking will only make matters worse. Secondly, you should find a pain reliever. If you are bleeding, it might be smart to avoid ibuprofen or aspirin because they are anticoagulants and will cause more bleeding. Acetaminophen is good for pain relief if you are bleeding.

If you have knocked out a tooth, try to put it back in the socket and gently bite it down so that it does not fall out. Then visit your dentist within 30 minutes. If you can not do this, remember to save the tooth in milk and go immediately to the dentist. The longer you wait, the more likely the chances are of your tooth breaking. Another good thing to do is to rinse your mouth out with saltwater. Saltwater helps to reduce any swelling that might occur.

Knocked-Out Tooth

If you have had one or more teeth knocked out you’ll want to see an emergency dentist as soon as possible. Sometimes we will be able to reinsert the tooth into the socket. You’ll also want to try this yourself by cleaning the tooth with your saliva and gently biting down on a paper towel.

If the pain is too great you can also save the tooth or teeth in a glass of milk. It’s ultimately important to immediately come to our office so that the dentist can help you preserve the tooth and help avoid any more permanent damage to your teeth.

Here’s an article that will explain more in-depth what actions can be taken during a dental emergency:

Unbearable Tooth Pain

Pain is the way your body tells you that something isn’t right. Some tooth pain that is intermittent or mild can be managed with over-the-counter pain medication and usually won’t prompt you to make the next available emergency dental appointment.

When painkillers fail to give you comfort because of severe tooth pain, you should make an appointment with our dental office in East El Paso, TX. With your first appointment, our dentist and dental staff will do everything in our power to make you comfortable and without tooth pain again.

Need an Emergency Dentist? We’re Here to Help.

We welcome both same-day and walk-in appointments. If the accident occurs outside of our normal office hours, you can leave a voicemail for our staff. If you are experiencing extreme pain then visit your local emergency room. Leaving dental emergencies untreated can increase the risk of developing serious infections or other health problems. Please give us a call at our El Paso dental office at 915.595.8630 as soon as possible, or fill out the form below to schedule an appointment.

When to Call an Emergency Dentist in El Paso, TX

Are you experiencing tooth pain? Remember, the first thing to do is to stay calm so as to not raise your blood pressure. Then assess whether you are having a dental emergency or not.

Dental emergencies can happen when you least expect them and usually involve severe dental pain. Whether the pain is due to tooth decay, a long-standing dental problem, or severe trauma to the mouth, you’ll want to get to the dentist as soon as possible to get checked out to avoid any more permanent damage. If left untreated, a dental emergency can sometimes lead to more serious complications.

Schedule an Emergency Dental Appointment Today!

Call us today at 915.595.3333 or schedule an appointment on our Contact Us page. Our dentist and staff are kind and professional and will be able to help you with a dental emergency as soon as you walk through the door.

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El Paso, TX 79925

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