As you know, our office is closed tentatively until June 15th. We can no longer see patients for dental cleanings and regular office visits, however we will be in the office each day to answer calls Monday thru Friday from 8am to noon to assist you in anyway.
For any patient of record experiencing a dental emergency, which is determined, but not limited to, bleeding, swelling, pain, and completion of dental treatment already in process, please don’t hesitate to call us. We will have set office hours on a Wednesday or Thursday of each week to take care of emergencies and necessary treatment. There was also an email sent out to existing patients with further instruction.
We appreciate your patience and cooperation as we all pull together to get through this time as safely as possible. We hope this to all be over soon, but your health and safety is our priority.
If you experience a dental emergency, be sure to call our practice as soon as possible. If you need immediate attention after hours, call our emergency phone number and our on-call staff member will help you with in the hour. IN THE RARE OCCASION YOU ARE UNABLE TO REACH US AFTER AN HOUR PLEASE CALL THE EMERGENCY TOOTH DOCTOR. Most likely we are in an area with no service. If you are experiencing life threatening symptoms please dial 911.
We are here to help you, any time, any day. When your dental health is at risk, we will do everything we can to make sure that you're treated as soon as possible. While dental emergencies are rare, they can happen, and it's important to know how to take care of your teeth no matter what. Common dental emergencies include:
- Broken or cracked tooth/teeth
- Broken jaw
- Permanent tooth knocked out
- Severe toothache
If a crown has come off and you are able to eat/drink without moderate discomfort, it is ok to leave the crown off until the next business day. Please continue to brush and floss the area as normal.