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Emergency Dentist in Plainview, NY

Tooth Pain? Need Help Now? Give Us a Call!

It can be scary when something goes wrong with a tooth (or teeth). Whether you have a toothache, broken tooth, or anything else that just doesn’t seem quite right, it is time to seek dental care right away! Dental problems don’t get better on their own, so seeing an emergency dentist in Plainview is the best way to get out of pain and on with your life much faster than would otherwise be possible. Keep reading to learn more about dental emergencies, including what they are and what you can do when one happens to you!

What Is a Dental Emergency?

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A dental emergency is anything that is broken, painful, or bleeding in your mouth. While there are a number of situations which could require urgent dental care, some of the most common dental emergencies include the following:

Of course, this is not an exhaustive list. If you feel like something has gone wrong with your oral health, do not hesitate to get in touch with us right away.

How to Handle a Dental Emergency

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The most important thing to remember in the event of a dental emergency is to remain calm. Panicking won’t help anything or anyone. Keep a clear head and feel confident knowing you have an emergency dentist just a phone call away! When you contact our office, we will offer first aid tips to help control the situation until you can make it to our office as soon as is necessary given the severity of the injury/problem.

First aid tips for dental emergencies include:

How We Treat Dental Emergencies

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The treatment for a dental emergency depends on the original injury or problem. For an ache caused by tooth decay, a root canal with a dental crown will often be recommended. A dental crown can also restore a broken or cracked tooth. Sometimes, a knocked out tooth cannot be reattached -- and we may set you up for a dental implant to replace it. Whatever the recommended treatment for your treatment, you can feel confident when you partner with your dentist in Plainview for a solution! We’re even open longer hours than most dental practices (including nights and weekends) to better accommodate your needs.

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