4 Dentists found in Lincroft, NJ
Newman Springs Dental Care
539 Newman Springs Rd, Lincroft NJ 7738
Jeffrey N Zatzkin DDS
620 Shrewsbury Ave, Tinton Falls NJ 7701
NJ Smile Center: Anthony Vocaturo, DDS
317 NJ-34 Suite 203, Colts Neck NJ 7722
2889 NJ-35, Hazlet NJ 7730
24/7 Emergency Dentist Lincroft NJIf you’re struggling to find an emergency dentist in Lincroft to take away the pain, you’re not alone. Nothing is more frustrating than losing sleep over a toothache that won’t quit, leaving you in pain, tirelessly searching “emergency dentist in Lincroft near me” in hopes that you’ll get the help you need as soon as possible. If this is your current situation, you’ve hit the jackpot. Because so many patients, ourselves included, have been in dire need of an emergency dentist at ungodly hours of the night, we’ve created our 24-hour emergency dentist referral service. Don’t waste any more time, call us right now at (855) 352-6790 to have an appointment booked in your name in as little as 24 hours!
What to Bring to Your Emergency Dental AppointmentBefore we focus on what you need to bring to your emergency dentist Lincroft appointment, it’s important to remember to get there early to make sure there’s time for paperwork and any questions you may have for the emergency dentist and their team. At least 15 minutes should be more than enough time for both the paperwork and some Q&A. If you don’t know for certain whether your insurance will be accepted or not, you should definitely call ahead and find out. If your insurance isn’t accepted by the emergency dentist, getting an estimate so there are no surprises when it comes to paying your bill at the end is something you should consider. If you’ve recently seen your regular dentist and/or have reasonably recent copies of your dental records, make sure you bring those with you. Doing so will help the emergency dentist and their team build a patient profile of you and see what you’ve had done recently. For example, if you have a recent receipt outlining the specific services you received from your dentist will do perfectly. Make sure the emergency dentist and their team are informed of any known allergies you may have, whether you’re on any medications, and what those medications are. We suggest making a written list of your current medications for the emergency dentist before you leave home for your appointment, just so you don’t forget any of them. We understand that a lot of patients struggle with a fear of going to the dentist, which is why all of the emergency dentists in our network, as well as their teams, take the time to make sure patients are as comfortable as they can possibly be. Whether it’s taking breaks periodically or having verbal reassurance throughout your appointment, they will always go the extra mile for their patients.
Denture Repair – Same Day ServiceIf you’re looking up “denture repair lab near me” or “emergency denture repair near me”, you can stop right now because our network has the resources to help you with your dentures, too! Because our network includes emergency dentists who work closely with denture lab technicians, we can have your dentures repaired the same day damage occurs. If your dentures are too damaged to be repaired, however, we can have you fitted for brand new ones, instead!
Typical Dental Emergencies Emergency Dentists TreatUnfortunately, you’re more likely to have a dental emergency when a regular dentist isn’t available. Why? No one can be certain that it’s a fact, but when was the last time you heard of someone going through a dental emergency at a reasonable hour? Dental emergencies either present themselves to you immediately or they build themselves over a period of time. For example, losing a filling is something you’ll notice right away, but you’ll only notice you have an abscessed tooth once the pain starts. Knowing when you need to go to your local emergency room instead of to an emergency dentist is a completely different type of emergency, though. If you’re dealing with any type of dental emergency, but you’ve experienced head trauma, you need to go to the emergency room immediately.
Dealing With a Knocked Out ToothLosing a permanent tooth, especially if it was knocked out during an accident or a fight, can be downright scary. The first thing you need to do, however, is make sure you’re free of any trauma to your head. Otherwise, now it’s time to go on a scavenger hunt for the lost tooth. Make sure you’re picking it up by the crown as carefully as you can. Your only hope of having the lost tooth planted back in the socket later on by an emergency dentist is if the root of the tooth remains safe from damage, so don’t pick it up or touch it on that end. If the root isn’t damaged, the empty socket where the tooth once was is in decent shape, and you feel confident enough to do so, you can attempt to put the tooth back in until we can get you in to see an emergency dentist. Putting it back where it was knocked out from is the best way to preserve the lost tooth. However, this won’t always work, but putting it in a cup of water or milk does!
Spotting an Abscessed ToothAn abscessed tooth is a nasty oral infection that’s extremely painful, difficult to see and easily developed. Abscessed teeth are why it’s so important to have cavities filled and chipped teeth repaired. If you have holes in your mouth where they shouldn’t be and you don’t jump on having them repaired quickly, you’ll likely end up with an oral infection. Unfortunately, spotting an abscessed tooth is extremely difficult. Patients, more often than not, only notice them once the pain starts. If you happen to spot what looks like a pimple in your mouth, call us immediately. Abscessed teeth are like any other infection, they are devastating, time-sensitive, and especially life-threatening.
Have You Lost a Crown or a Filling?As we previously mentioned, having holes where they shouldn’t be in your mouth and not going for treatment as soon as possible is playing a dangerous game. If you’ve lost a crown or a filling, no matter how you lost it, you need to cover the hole until you can get to your emergency dental appointment. Dental cement bought at a drug store, a small fraction of gauze, and cotton balls will all do the trick nicely. Whatever you use, you keeping the hole covered until the emergency dentist can fill it will determine whether the tooth can be saved or not. Unfortunately, if you leave the hole open and the tooth completely exposed, it may become damaged to the point where it must be extracted to avoid infection.
Having an Emergency Tooth Extraction – What Will HappenBefore we get into the process of how emergency tooth extractions are performed, it’s important that you know the emergency dentist will do anything they can to save the tooth in question. If saving it isn’t an option, however, it’ll have to come out. Once the extraction area is completely frozen so you won’t feel pain, only a small amount of pressure, the emergency dentist will remove the tooth by moving it around with a pair of dental pliers until it pops out. Sometimes, however, a tooth will refuse to vacate. If this occurs, the emergency dentist will have to remove it in pieces by carefully, and gently, breaking it up as best he or she can. When it comes to aftercare at home, the amount of time it will take for your mouth to heal depends on how well you follow the emergency dentist’s instructions. You not only risk prolonging the healing of the site but developing an oral infection, as well.
Distinguishing Between EmergenciesWe mentioned previously that it’s extremely important to know where to go when you’re having an emergency, be it to see an emergency dentist or an emergency doctor. Emergency doctors are able to treat your trauma, injuries, and help with the pain, but they are unable to do much when it comes to your oral health. In fact, the most they can do is pull a problematic tooth, but don’t count on it. Because emergency dentists are run like a regular dental office, they can take immediate care of your teeth. Unfortunately, they can’t treat trauma, major injuries, or help with pain management. If you’re going to need an emergency doctor and an emergency dentist, call us to book an appointment with an emergency dentist while you’re at your local ER.
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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.