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Chagrin Falls, OH Dentist

What You Need to Know About Emergency Dentistry in Chagrin Falls, OH

August 17, 2020
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Posted By: Chagrin Falls Family Dental Care

When you have a toothache or a dental emergency, you do not want to suffer through the pain and wait days for a dental appointment. Your emergency dentist in Chagrin Fall, OH does not want you to wait either. This is why we offer emergency dental appointments designed to eliminate your pain and restore your tooth to proper oral health—and we always work to see you as soon as possible.

Emergency Dentistry in Chagrin Falls

The definition of a dental emergency is broad and can mean many things. Typically, we are looking for situations that cause you pain or threaten your oral health.

A dental emergency may include but is not limited to:

  • Toothache or tooth sensitivity
  • Jaw pain
  • Mouth or gum swelling
  • Tissue injury with bleeding
  • Tooth or restoration knocked out or damaged

If you have a sudden oral health change or concern, we recommend contacting a member of our dental team. It is always better to err on the side of caution when it comes to your oral health. We can help you decide whether the situation is an emergency.

What to Do During a Dental Emergency

How you handle your dental emergency before your dental visit depends on the situation.

If you have knocked out a tooth, we want you to collect it carefully and keep it in a glass of milk or warm water until your emergency dental visit. In some cases, we may be able to reattach the tooth.

If you have suffered a body or head trauma, we want you to head for the emergency room as opposed to the dental office. We can meet later after you’ve been checked over by physicians and released. Your safety is the priority here!

If You Have a Dental Emergency, Don’t Wait!

Leaving a toothache or tooth trauma unchecked can risk your oral health and mean tooth loss or a spread of infection. We are here to help.

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