We understand that dental emergencies can be truly frightening. Whether you’ve suffered mouth trauma or are experiencing tooth pain with no obvious explanation, you want fast relief. However, that doesn’t necessarily mean a trip to the emergency room. We sincerely hope you never need any emergency dentistry services from us. However, if you should require immediate attention, count on our team to treat you with the sense of urgency and compassion you need at a difficult time. Whenever possible, we’ll make space in our schedule so that we can see you the same day. Consider us your home for emergency dentistry in Waterford, CT.
Emergency Dentistry Conditions That We Treat
Avulsed tooth/knocked out tooth
Emergency root canals
Damaged or inflamed gums
Expect Exceptional Dental Care Here
Our modern treatment rooms are fully equipped with advanced dental technology to serve you. These tools help us quickly and fully diagnose any issues and deliver the necessary treatment. Our facilities and equipment are fully compliant with Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), and American Dental Association (ADA) sterilization standards for your health, safety, and peace of mind. We also wear all required protective gear while administering treatment. To ease your discomfort, we’ll provide a level of anesthesia that’s appropriate to your condition. Making you comfortable and helping you heal are always our top priorities
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Steps to Take While Awaiting Care
Between experiencing your emergency and receiving care there are a few steps you can take to alleviate discomfort and protect the affected area. For pain, you can take over-the-counter pain relievers according to the instructions. If you’ve lost a tooth, put the tooth back in the socket if possible and hold it there until you receive care. Otherwise, place the tooth in a small container of milk to preserve it. You can rinse it with water before doing this but don’t remove any tissue that’s still attached. We may be able to put the tooth back in place if we can treat you promptly.
Dental Emergency or Medical Emergency?
PLEASE NOTE: If you’re having neck or head pain, are bleeding uncontrollably, are feeling dizzy, or have suffered severe trauma, please seek immediate medical attention by calling 911 or by getting transportation to the nearest medical facility. Medical personnel are best equipped to assist you with symptoms such as these.
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"Have a Dental Emergency? Drew Dental Will Provide Immediate Care!"