Do you treat dental emergencies?
Dental emergencies often occur at inconvenient times and may disrupt your sleep or your work schedule. The best plan is to contact our Oakwood Dental at the first sign that something is wrong. This allows Dr. Jones and Dr. McQuigg the opportunity to treat your condition before it worsens, causing pain or even tooth loss.
What to do During a Dental Emergency
Dental emergencies require attention and rarely heal on their own. Most patients who are in pain report that their first symptoms started days before. Don’t wait! We can help you get the care you need.
Common dental emergencies include:
- A broken tooth or restoration (filling, crown, bridge, veneer)
- Unexplained pain
- Sensitivity to hot or cold
- Trauma due to an accident
You know your body best! If something feels off or you feel the twinges of pain that can indicate the onset of a problem, we will do our best to treat your condition quickly. Acting fast may save your tooth and time away from your schedule.
Contact Our Office
If an emergency dental appointment becomes necessary, our goal at Oakwood Dental will be to relieve pain and stabilize your condition. We may need to schedule a follow-up appointment to complete your procedure. Even if you are a new patient, we invite you to contact us so we can give you the same great care we give to our current patients.