Emergency Visits

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When a dental emergency arises, our team is here to help!

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At Phoenician Dentistry, we understand that certain dental problems require immediate attention. That’s why we provide fast and dependable dental emergency services, ensuring you don’t have to endure pain and damage for an extended period. During a dental emergency, seeking prompt professional care is crucial to prevent complications and preserve oral health. If you experience severe tooth pain, trauma to the mouth, or any other urgent dental issue, please contact our office as soon as possible.

Real-life strategy to reach your goals.

Q: What is considered a dental emergency?

A: A dental emergency includes any urgent oral health issue that requires immediate attention to relieve pain, prevent further damage, or save a tooth. Common examples are severe toothaches, knocked-out or fractured teeth, dental abscesses, and uncontrolled bleeding from the mouth.

Q: What should I do in a dental emergency?

A: If you experience a dental emergency, it’s essential to remain calm. For knocked-out teeth, try to gently rinse and reinsert it into the socket if possible. If not, place the tooth in milk or a tooth preservation kit and seek immediate dental care. For severe toothaches or injuries, rinse your mouth with warm water and apply a cold compress to the affected area to reduce swelling.

Q: Can a chipped tooth be considered a dental emergency?

A: A chipped tooth can be considered a dental emergency, depending on the severity. If the chip is minor and doesn’t cause pain or exposure of the tooth’s inner layers, it may not require immediate attention. However, if the chip is large, causes pain, or exposes the sensitive inner parts of the tooth, it is best to seek prompt dental care to prevent further damage and potential infection.

Q: Should I visit the emergency room for a dental emergency?

A: While the emergency room can handle some dental emergencies, it’s usually best to visit a dentist or an emergency dental clinic for specialized care. Dentists have the expertise and necessary equipment to address dental issues effectively, whereas emergency rooms may only provide temporary relief or refer you to a dentist.

Q: How can I prevent dental emergencies?

A: Regular dental check-ups and maintaining good oral hygiene are crucial for preventing dental emergencies. Avoid chewing on hard objects, such as ice or popcorn kernels, and use protective gear, like mouthguards, during sports activities. Address any dental problems promptly to prevent them from escalating into emergencies.

Q: Is it essential to call the dentist after-hours for a dental emergency?

A: Yes, for a dental emergency after regular office hours, it’s crucial to call our office emergency contact number. Quick intervention can make a significant difference in managing the situation and preventing further complications.

Remember, in the event of a dental emergency, don’t hesitate to seek immediate professional care. Contact our office as soon as possible for appropriate treatment and relief, don’t wait to get the help you need and deserve!

While our team possesses the knowledge and expertise to address any dental problem, we understand the importance of continuous learning and staying at the forefront of advancements in dentistry. By constantly expanding our knowledge and honing our skills, we ensure that our patients receive the highest quality of care using the latest techniques and technologies.

Meet Our Dentists

Dr. Erika Purcell



Dr. Gerard Schneider