If you experience a dental emergency, the best thing you can do is call your dentist right away. If a tooth breaks or chips, getting into the dentist quickly can help save your damaged tooth or help prevent the damage from progressing. Our team would love to be your choice dentist’s office if an emergency occurs. We’ll get you in right away and make sure that you feel comfortable!
Have a Dental Emergency?
Same-Day Emergency Care
At Choice Austin Dental, we take great pride in offering same-day dental care to our community. We don’t want you to have to wait in pain or try to deal with your dental problem on your own, our team will be there for you every step of the way. Please keep our number in an easy-to-access location so that quickly get in touch with us if an emergency arises, after that, we’ll walk you through any steps you should take before you get to our office!
Types of Dental Emergencies
Wondering if your dental problem constitutes as an emergency? Here are some of the most common dental issues that require urgent dental care:
- Knocked-Out Tooth
- Swollen Bump on Gums
- Broken Tooth
- Cracked or Chipped Tooth
- Damaged Tooth Restoration
What to Do If You Have Tooth Pain
Tooth pain is another reason to call us right away. Putting off a trip to the dentist due to a toothache can result in more severe dental problems and can cost you more in the long run. When suffering from tooth pain, you can try a few things while waiting to get in to see your dentist. Flossing around the area that is in pain can possibly rid food that has lodged in between the teeth and causing pain. You can also rinse your mouth with warm salt water to help with the pain and possible infection. Another way to ease the pain is by using a cold compress on your face if you are experiencing swelling. Ultimately, scheduling a checkup with your dentist is the best option to find the underlying problem and get relief of pain.
If you find yourself in a dental emergency in Austin, TX, give our office a call and we will strive to get you in as soon as possible! Your dentist will strive to quickly relieve your pain and find the root of the problem. A treatment plan will be made if treatment is needed to fix your tooth.