OH’s Compassionate Emergency Dentistry
Anyone can have an accident. If you’re experiencing immense pain, or you’ve been injured from an unexpected incident, you need immediate treatment. Our team of caring professionals knows the pain and discomfort of a dislodged, chipped, or broken tooth. At Community Dental, we’ll take care of the damage and pain at our office as soon as our service is available. Because certain accidents can be severe, our practice offers same-day appointments for prompt dental services. Our staff is full of compassionate and knowledgeable professionals who bend over backwards to ensure you stay comfortable while we attend to the problem. We’ll take care of the discomfort and injury with whatever procedure you require for relief and recovery. When the unexpected strikes your mouth, contact Community Dental to get a same-day appointment for emergency dentistry in OH. If your emergency is life-threatening or the pain or trauma is located in a place other than your mouth, then we strongly advise you to seek immediate help at a medical emergency center.
Providing Treatment as Fast as Possible
There is no such thing as an immunity to accidents resulting in dental emergencies. Cracking your tooth while you eat lunch or crashing your bike on a hill can cause severe oral damage and pain. Whatever incident warrants immediate care, Community Dental has you covered with prompt and compassionate treatment. Everyone deserves fast relief from oral trauma or pain, and our team will soothe the discomfort and restore your wellbeing. Emergency problems and injuries require immediate treatment to prevent the pain and damage from getting worse or resulting in irreparable damage to your oral cavity. Make sure you seek help from a caring team like ours with ample experience providing effective and sedation dentistry services in emergency situations. Our emergency dentistry includes care for wisdom teeth as well as the following treatments:
Root Canal Therapy
When one of your teeth has incurred damage or developed an infection in the root canal or tooth pulp – the soft tissue inside your teeth – root canal therapy may be necessary. During the procedure, we drill a hole through the top of the tooth, remove the affected tissue, clean the chamber, fill the empty space with an elastic material, and cover the tooth with a crown to seal out any chance of further infection.
Our dental staff only performs tooth extractions when a tooth is beyond recovery by means of restorative services. During the procedure, we carefully remove the damaged or infected tooth to prevent further dental issues. If left untreated or unextracted, the tooth could cause an infection or further damage that spreads to the neighboring teeth and other tissues.
We See Patients for All Kinds of Dental Emergencies
If you’re not sure whether your tooth-related pain or condition constitutes an emergency, feel free to give us a call. However, you might need to call us if you have:
- A toothache that won’t go away: Toothaches often indicate an irritated or damaged nerve in the tooth, but can also be caused by decay or injury.
- Knocked out teeth: If you have a tooth, or teeth, knocked out, it’s important to pick up the tooth by the crown, not the root, reposition it in the socket, keep it moist, and see us immediately.
- Broken teeth: Broken teeth are incredibly painful, but they can also have long-term ramifications. If you’ve suffered a broken or chipped tooth, we can take care of you immediately.
- Broken jaws: In the case of a broken jaw, apply ice to the area immediately and then visit either an emergency center or give us a call.
- Abscessed teeth: Abscesses are caused by pockets of pus in a tooth, which in turn caused by an infection. Abscesses are very serious, and should not be taken lightly. Visit us immediately.
Different Causes of Dental Emergencies
Your dental emergency isn’t always a result of an accident. There are countless reasons to seek emergency dental services with issues causing serious pain, all of which require immediate attention. If you have lingering oral issues like a growing infection or nerve damage, they can develop to inflict pain or discomfort. You don’t have to endure oral pain and trauma for too long. It’s not normal for your tooth to ache. If you’ve had an accident, or you’re suffering from pain or discomfort in your mouth, give our caring dental team a call at Community Dental We’ll bring you into our office for the earliest appointment time we have available. After treating and relieving your pain, our friendly staff can also educate you on additional methods you can perform to help prevent future treatment. If you’ve been noticing soreness, pain, or anything else making your teeth and mouth uncomfortable, don’t hesitate to give us a call and schedule an appointment. Reach out to our office by calling 614-272-0110 at your earliest convenience!