Emergency Dental Service in Brooklyn 24/7
Dental issues can make life unbearable —whether
it’s a nagging toothache that doesn’t want to go away or extreme tooth sensitivity keeping you away from all your favorite foods. Right now, the only thing on your mind may be finding an emergency dental facility to make the dental pain go away. Fortunately, you don’t have to keep searching. You can receive emergency dental care by calling our phone number at 929-200-3757.
What Qualifies as a Dental Emergency?
A dental emergency is any serious medical issue that has to do with your teeth, jaws, or mouth. Failing to resolve the problem can further aggravate it. For instance, severe tooth pain from a gaping hole in your tooth may cause swelling. You’ll find it difficult to eat or drink, impacting your wellbeing.
Another severe and immediate issue may involve a knocked-out tooth that’s bleeding a lot. Generally, any issue that’s causing you a lot of worry or pain, and affecting your ability to use your mouth to speak or eat, qualifies as a dental emergency.
Under this umbrella, the following issues may require emergency dental care:
- Tooth pain
- Chipped, fractured, or broken teeth
- Extremely painful, swollen, and bleeding gums
- Lost crowns
- Accidents from sports injuries or dental trauma
- Infections & inflammation
- Broken fillings
What Is the Best Way of Finding a Good Dentist in My Area?
Our service is a little bit different, saving you the time you’d spend checking out multiple options. You get one phone number to call for access to Brooklyn, NY dentists.
Get Professional Services with One Call
Enjoy the following benefits of using our service to resolve a dental emergency Brooklyn:
- 24-hour dentist support
- Immediate dental care – resolve pain quickly
- Helpful advice when you call
- All emergency dental services with one call
- Professional network of highly-reputable dental offices
- Same-day appointments
What Should I Look for When Choosing a Dentist in Brooklyn?
When evaluating dentists, there are various things to watch out for the best selection and experience. Here are some things to consider:
Consider the convenience
Visiting the dentist should be quick, convenient, and hassle-free. You should pick a spot that does not require significant travel time. It should also have flexible working hours to accommodate the available time that you may have. Communicating with the office should be effortless. You should be receiving regular updates or have various ways to contact them.
Check past customer reviews
If researching emergency care online, take time to learn about the office under your consideration. Not the positive things people have said, and remember that not everyone will have a good experience, so consider this as you review negative reviews. If most people have generally had a good experience, it might be a good office.
Examine their expertise
There are up to seven different categories of specialties in relation to dentistry, for instance, general dentistry, pediatric dentistry, or orthodontics. Consider choosing a dentist’s office with a specialist for your particular problem. For instance, if you have a problem with your braces, you should check if the dentist’s scope of offerings includes orthodontics care.
Go for the free consultation
Performing an in-person evaluation allows you to see the facilities for yourself and meet the care team. You can narrow down your choice to two facilities and take advantage of the free consultations – if offered. Watch out for a couple of things such as the general cleanliness, level of organization, responsiveness, awards & accreditations, etc
Don’t be afraid to ask questions
Don’t hold back on any questions you may have when speaking to the dental office over the phone or during an in-person visit. It’s always important to have all your doubts cleared before you undertake any procedure and remain aware of all possible treatment options. If the particular dentist’s office is not forthcoming with the information you need, it’s better to consider other facilities.
Emergency Dentistry FAQs
How Soon Will I See the Dentist?
You can see a dentist as soon as the same day. Not only that, it’s even possible to receive services after hours and even during weekends. You should be able to see the dentist on the same day, particularly if you have serious dental emergencies and pain. For more information or Immediate assistance, just contact our support number.
What will I do for a knocked-out tooth?
You can save a knocked-out adult tooth with some quick steps and potentially avoid an expensive root implant process:
- Pick the tooth, taking care not to touch the root (hold it from its upper side – crown)
- Remove dirty by licking it or rinsing it in cold water for not more than 10 seconds
- Try putting it back into place, and if that’s not possible, submerge it in milk or a container with your saliva. You can hold it in place between your cheeks and gums and see a dentist immediately.
What can I do to reduce toothache?
Use a cold press to relieve pain and inflammation. You can also visit a pharmacy and ask for OTC painkillers. Sucking on cloves can help relieve the pain before seeing a dentist.
Team Emergency Dental
175 Pearl St, #205 Brooklyn, NY 11201