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4 Dentists found in Hartford, CT

Sutton Dental and Braces

4.7
(21)
Dentist

1888 Main St, Hartford CT 6120

Closes at
Sunday
Closed
Closed
Monday
8AM
5PM
Tuesday
8AM
5PM
Wednesday
8AM
5PM.
Thursday
8AM
5PM
Friday
8AM
5PM
Saturday
9AM
2PM
Weekend Hours

Hartford Dental Group

4.8
(22)
Dentist

21 Woodland St # L-16, Hartford CT 6105

Closes at
Sunday
Closed
Closed
Monday
8AM
6PM
Tuesday
8AM
6PM
Wednesday
8AM
6PM.
Thursday
8AM
6PM
Friday
8AM
5PM
Saturday
8AM
1PM
Weekend Hours

JP Dental

4.9
(108)
Dentist

19 Woodland St #32, Hartford CT 6105

Closes at
Sunday
Closed
Closed
Monday
9AM
5PM
Tuesday
9AM
5PM
Wednesday
9AM
6PM.
Thursday
9AM
5PM
Friday
Closed
Closed
Saturday
8AM
1PM
Weekend Hours

Dental America

2
(2)
Dentist

188 Park St, Hartford CT 6106

Closes at
Sunday
9AM
5PM
Monday
9AM
5PM
Tuesday
9AM
5PM
Wednesday
9AM
5PM.
Thursday
9AM
5PM
Friday
9AM
5PM
Saturday
9AM
5PM
Weekend Hours
Nothing compares to the relentlessness of a painful toothache in the middle of the night, which is when finding an emergency dentist in Hartford seems to be the most difficult. Fortunately for you, you’ve landed in the right place to secure an appointment with a Hartford emergency dentist. Call us at (855)-352-6790, give us your details, and we’ll give you an emergency dentist appointment using our 24-hour emergency dentist referral network in as little as 24 hours time.

Everything You’ll Need for Your Appointment

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Before you leave for your emergency dentist appointment, make sure you bring the following with you: Necessary information to process and file an insurance claim, if applicable Any recent documentation or information sent home with you from a recent visit to your regular dentist A full list of current medications you’re taking and any known allergies It’s also important that you give yourself enough time before your appointment is scheduled to begin to fill out paperwork that goes toward your patient profile. At least 15 minutes should be enough time. Also, don’t be afraid to make your fears known if you have any. Having a fear of the dentist is something every emergency dentist has dealt with before, so they know what it takes to keep their patients comfortable.

The Most Commonly Treated Dental Emergencies

Oral infections, severe toothaches, lost crowns and fillings, injuries to the soft and/or hard tissues of your mouth, and even loose braces are all the most commonly treated dental emergencies. Whether you have simple injuries or extensive ones, you must make sure you receive treatment for any sustained head trauma before anything else. It’s important to remember that a lot of dental emergencies occur due to untreated, underlying health problems, which is why it’s crucial you see your dentist twice per year.

Dealing With a Lost Tooth

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Before you do anything, you need to make sure you haven’t sustained any trauma to the head. Once you’ve received treatment or are sure no head trauma is present, try your best to find the tooth. If you’ve managed to locate it, make sure you pick it up by the crown. Picking it up by the tooth may damage it to the point where it’s impossible to plant it back in. Carefully rinse it off with water, ensuring that you don’t touch the root in the process. The best way to preserve a lost tooth is to put it back in the empty socket temporarily, but storing it in a cup of milk or water is another way to preserve it.

The Dangers of Oral Infections

If you suspect that you have an oral infection, you need to get in touch with us straight away. Oral infections can be just as lethal as a bodily infection. Severe toothaches, red bumps, and anything that closely resembles a pimple anywhere in your mouth are all good indications that an oral infection is present.

The Loss of a Filling or a Crown

Though losing a filling or a crown can happen through age and damage, it requires fast action on your part. They are used to protect a tooth from further harm, so leaving it open and exposed can damage it to the point of no return. You will need dental cement, gauze, cotton balls, anything that you can use to keep the hole covered up at all times until you can get to the emergency dentist appointment we’ve booked in your name for you.

The Process of an Emergency Tooth Extraction Procedure

the process of an emergency tooth extraction hartford
Facing an emergency tooth extraction can be extremely scary for any patient. Fortunately, there is a way to lessen your fears, which is by knowing how the procedure works and what you can expect. The procedure will begin with a numbing agent being administered to the extraction site to ensure you won’t feel any pain whatsoever. The only thing you will feel is some pressure when the tooth is being removed. Next, the emergency dentist will use a set of dental pliers to remove the tooth. If this doesn’t work to remove the tooth, it will be broken up into smaller pieces and carefully removed by the fragment. Once the tooth is fully removed in whichever fashion, you will then be given some aftercare instructions that you will need to perform at home. These important instructions are to ensure that the extraction site does not become infected, so you must follow them correctly.

Same Day Denture Repair in Hartford

Because patients have struggled in the past to find same day denture repair in Hartford, as well as emergency denture repair Hartford, we’ve incorporated emergency dentists who have close working relationships with denture lab technicians to our emergency dentist referral network. Through us, patients can have their current set of dentures fully repaired or be fitted for a brand new pair on all the same day.

Needing an Emergency Dentist vs the Emergency Room

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As we mentioned before, head trauma will always come first. However, there are instances where both an emergency dentist and an emergency room doctor are needed, so it’s important to know where you need to go first. Only a doctor at your local emergency room can treat head trauma, so keep that in mind when you’re dealing with an emergency where injuries are present.

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1 (855) 352-6790

For more information or to seek immediate help from a 24-hour dentist, you can call Emergency Dentist 24/7 toll-free at (855)-352-6790. Our operators are standing by right now to take your call.

There are a wide variety of common injuries and emergencies that require immediate or as soon as possible dental care. Fortunately for you, these are often easily dealt with and do not require such a fuss once you’ve made it to an emergency dentist.