When you’re faced with a dental emergency, having a plan in place with a highly skilled, compassionate dentist can make the situation much easier to manage. At the office of Easton Dental, your dental emergency is our top priority. Our caring professional staff will respond to your emergency call right away, making sure you get the gentle, state-of-the-art care you need, without delay.
Imagine you’re eating lunch when you bite into a crusty piece of bread and chip your tooth! What do you do if you drop and break your denture on the bathroom floor? In either of these scenarios, be sure to call our office right away. We’ll promptly address your dental injury or broken dental prosthesis. If you have a toothache, it can encompass a range of unpleasant sensations, including sensitivity to hot and cold, pain when biting down, or a dull ache that worsens over time. In whatever manner your symptoms are manifested, we’ll precisely diagnose the underlying cause of your discomfort and deliver effective treatment to resolve the problem and provide you with much needed relief. For teeth injured in an accident, it’s also important to act fast. Waiting too long to seek care can result in irreversible damage to the tooth and even more severe consequences. By getting to our office right away we can deliver the precise, skilled care needed to restore your oral health.
While breaking your denture, bridge or crown may not cause the acute pain of a dental injury or toothache, these situations can leave embarrassing gaps in your smile and make it difficult to eat and speak. Whatever, the case may be, we can repair or replace your restoration or prosthesis, so you won’t have to put your life on hold.
At Easton Dental, we strive to mitigate the stress, anxiety and discomfort of your dental emergency. Our team of professionals will help you start feeling better as soon as we receive your emergency call. To learn more about our protocol for handling a dental emergency, in addition to the full spectrum of services we offer, give us a call today.