Patients suffering from severe oral pain or a dental injury can receive immediate care thanks to emergency dentistry. Getting patients back to a pain-free, healthy oral state is always the main goal of emergency treatment. Our Fremont dentists provide same-day emergency appointments, so you can get back to smiling again with comfort and ease.
Over five million teeth are lost by both kids and adults every year!
It’s important to stay calm even though your unexpected dental injury may cause extreme stress and pain. While you may feel inclined to panic, know that almost any dental issue can be addressed, treated, and resolved by a dentist. Rest assured that our team is here to guide you back to a healthy smile.
As soon as you’ve regained control of your dental emergency, don’t hesitate to give Fremont Family Dentistry a call. Our team is on standby to assess the severity of your dental injury and get you in our office as soon as possible.
Knocked out a tooth? Place it in cold milk to preserve the root while you head to your emergency appointment.
First, remain calm. Recover your tooth by grabbing it by the top (the crown) instead of the bottom (the root) to prevent further damage. Then, rinse the tooth with warm water. Once it is clean, replace the tooth back in its socket. Alternatively, you can place the tooth in cold milk to ensure proper moisture before you stop by for an emergency appointment.
If you are facing an extremely serious dental emergency in Fremont, NE, call your dentist immediately. It is in your best interest to avoid spending too much time alleviating pain. Your tooth has a 1-2 hour window to be saved, replaced, and splinted by your dentist. Give us a call right away for guidance, then stop by our office to get the emergency care you need.
If you can, place your dental appliance in a container or plastic bag and bring it to your next dental visit. To ensure we can treat the issue as soon as possible, give our office a call right away to schedule an emergency visit.
When your dental appliance comes off, your teeth and gums are exposed to bacteria. This can trigger an infection, further decay or damage, and cause further issues to form. A loose, broken, or missing dental appliance is a serious issue that warrants a same-day appointment, so contact our team right away to schedule a visit. It’s our mission to restore your smile with a new filling, crown, or other restorative dental work so you can smile with confidence again.
You may have a tooth infection if you are suffering from a severe toothache that lasts 1-2 days or longer. This constitutes as a serious dental emergency, and root canal therapy may be necessary to restore and revitalize your tooth.
Call our Fremont office immediately to book your appointment. Make sure to apply an ice pack, take over-the-counter pain relievers, or apply Orajel or a similar topical product to numb and soothe the pain before visiting our office.
Even if you think the dental damage is minor, give us a call to see if your situation qualifies for a same-day emergency appointment. Your dentist will conduct an exam to determine the severity of the chip, break, or crack on your tooth. If a broken or cracked tooth is left untreated, infections can arise and cause further complications. Make sure to give us a call and visit our office as soon as possible for a thorough examination. Your Fremont dentist will offer their best recommendations to repair and protect your smile.
Call our office immediately for a same-day appointment if an incident has caused your tooth to loosen. It’s important to receive proper care right away, as the nerves supporting your tooth could die and cause the tooth to fall out entirely. Our team is on standby to get you the emergency care you need, so don’t hesitate to reach out!
Once your visit is booked, do your best to keep the tooth as stable as possible. Touching the loose tooth with your tongue or fingers can cause further damage and accelerate an infection. At your emergency appointment, your dentist will apply a stabilizing split to attach the loose tooth to the adjacent teeth. The split will provide support and allow the tooth to heal and reattach to your gums.
If left untreated, a tooth infection can spread to other parts of your body and cause further dental issues down the road.