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4 Dentists found in Newark, NJ

Dental Health Associates, P.A.

2.8
(58)
Dentist

2 Washington Ave, Irvington NJ 7111

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

Jones Dental Associates of Irvington P.C.

4.5
(4)
Dental clinic

1375 Clinton Ave, Irvington NJ 7111

Closes at
Sunday
Closed
Closed
Monday
Closed
Closed
Tuesday
9AM
2PM
Wednesday
9AM
2PM
Thursday
9AM
6PM
Friday
9AM
2PM.
Saturday
9AM
1PM
Weekend Hours

Maria A. Barden, DMD

5
(3)
Dentist

126 Elliott Pl ste 100, East Orange NJ 7018

Closes at
Sunday
Closed
Closed
Monday
10AM
6PM
Tuesday
1
6PM
Wednesday
Closed
Closed
Thursday
1
6PM
Friday
10AM
6PM.
Saturday
9AM
3PM
Weekend Hours

Essex Dental Associates

Dentist

240 Irvington Ave, South Orange NJ 7079

Closes at
Sunday
Closed
Closed
Monday
Closed
Closed
Tuesday
11AM
7PM
Wednesday
Closed
Closed
Thursday
10AM
6PM
Friday
8:30AM
4:30PM.
Saturday
9AM
2PM
Weekend Hours
Emergency Dentist Newark New Jersey Cover Dental emergencies can be frightening, especially during the middle of the night, on Sunday, during the holidays, or whenever your regular dentist is closed, in general. Finding an emergency dentist in Newark can be a nightmare, more so if you’re trying to book an appointment for yourself while battling immense oral pain. We’ve made it easier than ever for patients in need of emergency dentist Newark help. Call us today at (855)-352-6790 and we’ll use our 24-hour emergency dentist referral network to get you an appointment in as little as 24 hours. what to bring to your dentist appointment in newark nj

What to Bring to Your Appointment

Before you leave for your appointment, make sure you have the following listed below with you:
  • Insurance information needed to file and process an insurance claim, if you have usable dental insurance
  • Paperwork from your most recent visit to a dentist
  • A detailed list of current medications and any known allergies you are aware of
Make sure you give yourself a minimum of 15 minutes to spare to ensure you have enough time to fill out paperwork, ask questions, and let the emergency dentist and their staff know about any fear or anxiety you’re dealing with over your appointment.

The Most Common Dental Emergencies

Dental emergencies either make themselves known as soon as they happen or are the result of untreated oral health problems that were either ignored or never noticed until they turned into a serious emergency. However, even if you’re dealing with a dental emergency, you need to make sure that you haven’t sustained head trauma, no matter how minor it may be. Head trauma must be treated before anything else – always remember that! when you've lost an adult tooth in newark

When You’ve Lost an Adult Tooth

The first thing you need to do after the loss of a tooth is have any head trauma treated. If head trauma isn’t an issue, do your best to find the tooth, rinse it off with some water, and make sure you handle it by the crown. Handling the root of the tooth too much can cause some serious damage. If the root is badly damaged due to too much handling, or damage in general, the emergency dentist won’t be able to replant it back into the empty socket. The best way to keep it temporarily preserved is to put it back in the socket yourself. If you can’t for whatever reason, the next best thing is keeping it in a cup of milk or water.

How to Deal With an Oral Infection – Abscessed Teeth

Oral infections, such as an abscessed tooth, are painful, time-sensitive, and can turn into a life-threatening dental emergency if they aren’t treated as soon as they are identified. The best way to figure out if you have an oral infection is to regularly check your mouth for small, red bumps. A good indication of an oral infection is any level of oral pain, so make sure you never ignore a toothache. Time is not on your side if you have an oral infection. If you suspect that you’ve got one, call us straight away. what to do about a lost filling or crown in newark

What to Do About a Lost Filling or Crown

Fillings and crowns are put in place to protect a tooth from further harm. Unfortunately, they don’t last forever, so when one of yours has fallen out, you need to act quickly. Dental cement, cotton balls, pieces of gauze, whatever you can find that will protect the tooth. Make sure you stay consistent in keeping the tooth covered at all times. If you leave the tooth open and exposed, you’re risking total destruction to the point where the emergency dentist will have no point but to pull it.

Going in for an Emergency Tooth Extraction

Needing an emergency tooth extraction, especially if you’re being told you need one, at the last minute can be quite a fright. The only way to really be prepared for an emergency tooth extraction is to know what to expect. Once the numbing agent kicks in fully, a pair of dental pliers will be used to remove the tooth whole or in smaller pieces by being broken up. After the tooth is extracted using whichever method, you will then be given important aftercare instructions to follow at home either by the emergency dentist or someone from their staff. It’s very important that you follow these instructions properly at home to keep the extraction site clean and free of infection.

Same Day Denture Repair in Newark

Malfunctioning or broken dentures are just as much of a dental emergency as lost teeth are, which is why we’ve made sure we have emergency dentists who work with denture lab technicians in our network so we can offer same day denture repair in Newark, as well as emergency denture repair Newark. Whether you need repairs done on your current set or require a denture fitting, it can all be done during the appointment we’ve booked for you. needing an emergency dentist vs an emergency room doctor newark

Needing an Emergency Dentist vs an Emergency Room Doctor

No matter what’s happened to you, the type of injuries you have, and what state you may be in, you must seek treatment for your head trauma before you have anything else treated. Only an emergency room doctor can treat sustained head trauma. Some emergency rooms have emergency dentists on call, but don’t rely on this because it’s a very rare occurrence. We can book you an appointment with an emergency dentist while you receive treatment for your head, however.

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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.