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Emergency Dentistry in Coconut Creek

Your peace of mind is an important part of your overall health. At Quality Dentistry, we protect your peace of mind by offering emergency dental care so you know where to turn in your time of need. We are passionate about providing gentle, reliable emergency dentistry to you and your loved ones.

Our team is proud to protect the smiles of the residents of Coconut Creek, Boca Raton, Parkland, and the surrounding areas. You can trust that we will welcome you with compassion and respect, regardless of the situation that led to your dental emergency. Contact us today to schedule an appointment.


What Is Emergency Dentistry?

Emergency dentistry consists of the dental treatments needed to address accidents or trauma to the teeth, gums, or jaws. Whether your gums are bleeding or you have a broken tooth, our team has the services you need to alleviate pain and restore your oral health. We treat the immediate problem and craft a personalized treatment plan to ensure you enjoy immediate and long-lasting relief.

Our team blends decades of experience with digital technology to provide highly detailed and accurate emergency dental treatments in Coconut Creek. We use our powerful 3D scanner, intraoral cameras, and computer-guided surgery to promote accuracy and faster recovery.

Do I Need Urgent Dental Treatment?

There are an array of circumstances that qualify as a dental emergency. We will talk with you to determine the severity of your emergency and schedule an appointment for the earliest available opening. Our team will provide tips and information to minimize the pain until you arrive at our office. Here are some of the most common emergency dental situations:

  • Broken teeth
  • Bleeding gums
  • Pain in the tooth or jaw
  • Missing or broken crown
  • Broken veneer
  • Cracked tooth
  • Swollen gums
  • Avulsed (knocked-out) tooth

We offer an emergency exam, complete with x-rays and a consultation, for a flat fee to equip you with the answers and resources you need to make a wise decision regarding your treatment plan.

How To Care for a Knocked-Out Tooth

If you or a loved one has a tooth knocked out, then it's important to know what steps to take to ensure the best chances to preserve your natural tooth and return it to its socket. You must seek a dentist to examine your gums and the tooth to verify that it can be restored, but there are things you can do from the moment the tooth is avulsed until you see our dentist.

Locate the missing tooth and gently pick it up by the crown (the part of your tooth that is normally visible) and avoid touching the root of the tooth. Carefully rinse the tooth in clean water and place it in a glass of milk or salt water. If you can place the tooth back in its socket, you may do so, but you must be careful and don't try to force your tooth back into the gums.

Contact our office immediately, and we will schedule an appointment as soon as possible. Once you arrive at our dental office, we will verify if the tooth may be safely placed back in its socket. If your tooth is too damaged to restore, we'll discuss your options and craft a treatment plan that fits your needs and smile goals.

Urgent Dentistry FAQs

When you're faced with a dental emergency, it's natural to have a lot of questions. We encourage you to share your questions and concerns and we are happy to provide the answers you need to feel confident in your treatment plan. Here are some of the most common questions we receive about emergency dentistry.

Is it an emergency if my tooth turns grey?

Yes. When a tooth turns grey or becomes darker, it can be a sign that the tooth is infected or dead. It's important to visit our office as soon as possible to determine if the tooth can be saved and to stop the spread of infection to your neighboring teeth.

If you have a dental emergency, it's best to visit our emergency dentist. If the hospital does not have a dentist on staff, they will often send you to a dental team who performs emergency dental care. You can skip the wait and come directly to our team for your dental emergencies in Coconut Creek.

A toothache may constitute a dental emergency because it can be an indication of an infection that requires medical intervention. If you have pain in your tooth, jaws, or gums, contact our team, and we will schedule an appointment to address the problem and get you out of pain.

Dental Emergencies in Coconut Creek

When an emergency strikes, it's important to know where to turn for help. At Quality Dentistry, we offer the treatments you need during dental emergencies in Coconut Creek. Our team provides effective treatment with a gentle chairside manner to create a positive experience even during an emergency visit. Whether you have a loose tooth after a fall or painful, swollen gums, you can rely on our team to provide the quality dental care you deserve. Contact us today to schedule your appointment.


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