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Tucson Emergency Dental 24/7
3980 N Campbell Ave
Tucson, AZ 85719
Call Now: (520) 462-5231
Emergency Dental Hours
Monday: Open 24 hours
Tuesday: Open 24 hours
Wednesday: Open 24 hours
Thursday: Open 24 hours
Friday: Open 24 hours
Saturday: Open 24 hours
Sunday: Open 24 hours
Common Dental Emergencies
Soft Tissue Injuries
Broken or Chipped Teeth
Object Stuck in Teeth
Tucson Emergency Dental 24/7
Nothing will make you feel as helpless as not being able to find an emergency dentist in Tuscon when you need one the most. With this in mind, we’ve established a 24-hour emergency dentist referral network to help patients get an appointment with a Tuscon emergency dentist as soon as they need it. Don’t wait for the pain to get worse, call us right now at (855)-352-6790.
Everything You’ll Need to Bring to Your Emergency Dentist Appointment
Showing up on time, ready for your treatment isn’t the only thing you need to worry about when it comes to your emergency dental appointment.
Below is a list of everything you need to have with you when you arrive:
• A detailed list of medications you’re regularly taking and/or any known allergies you may have
• Recent documentation or any form of information given to you at the end of an appointment with your regular dentists
• Necessary insurance information to process and file a dental insurance claim, if applicable
You also need to make sure that you arrive at least 15 minutes early to ask any questions you have, fill out paperwork for your patient profile, and make any anxieties or fears you have known.
Most Common Emergencies Treated by Emergency Dentists
Unfortunately, a lot of patients avoid going to the dentist a minimum of twice a year, which is why dental emergencies tend to pop up. Unless your tooth has been knocked out, or your dental emergency makes itself known as soon as it happens, dental emergencies are the result of underlying oral health problems that were either missed or ignored completely and turned into a monster.
However, no matter how painful a dental emergency may be, you need to be 100% sure that you haven’t sustained any head trauma.
Losing a Tooth
Whether you’ve lost a tooth because it randomly fell out or was knocked out for whatever reason, you’re going to need to act fast. First, make sure any head trauma is treated before you focus on the lost tooth.
If you’ve found it, make sure you pick it up by the crown and gently rinse it with some water. If you pick it up by the root, you can cause irreversible damage that will destroy the tooth, making it impossible for the emergency dentist to safely put it back in the empty socket.
The best way to preserve a lost tooth is to put it back in the socket temporarily, but you can also keep it safe in a cup of milk or water until the emergency dentist can put it back in permanently.
Oral Abscesses and Infections
Oral infections are much more dangerous than patients tend to realize. They must be treated the same way as any infection, in general. They can cause blood poisoning and, if left untreated, can be fatal.
You can check to see if you have an oral infection by looking around your mouth for anything that looks like a small, red bump. You should also pay attention to any level of oral pain because it’s a good indication that you may have an oral infection.
Either way, if you suspect you have an oral infection, call us as soon as you possibly can. Treatment for an oral infection should never be left to wait.
Losing a Filling or a Crown
Fillings and crowns can deteriorate due to damage and just being old, in general, but that doesn’t mean you can just leave it if one of yours fall out.
Dental cement, cotton balls, small pieces of gauze, whatever you can find to cover the hole, just make sure it’s covered 24/7 until you can get to the appointment we’ve booked for you.
If you don’t keep the hole covered, you’re risking permanent, irreversible damage to the tooth that may lead to an emergency tooth extraction.
Having an Emergency Tooth Extraction
Being told you need to have an emergency tooth extraction is no doubt scary, especially if the first time you’re being told you need one when you’re already in the emergency dentist’s chair. Fortunately, the best way to prepare yourself for one, no matter the circumstance, is to know a bit about the procedure.
A numbing agent will be used to freeze the extraction area, which means you won’t feel any pain, just a bit of pressure. If the tooth can’t be removed whole using a special set of dental pliers, it will be broken up into pieces and removed that way.
Once the tooth is out, you will then be given aftercare instructions. The best way to avoid getting an infection is to follow these instructions to the absolute letter.
Same Day Denture Repair in Tuscon
Finding same day denture repair in Tuscon and emergency denture repair Tuscon is now easier than ever. Patients can have their current set of dentures repaired or go through a fitting for an entirely new set in the same appointment, all on the same day. The emergency dentists who work with denture lab technicians have made these services possible.
Emergency Room Doctor vs Emergency Dentist
As we previously mentioned before, it’s extremely important that you get sustained head trauma treated before any other injuries you may have.
Emergency room doctors are your only option for having sustained head trauma treated. Even if your mouth is falling apart, head trauma will always come first. We can help you by getting you an appointment while your receiving treatment, though!