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Emergency Dental CareWhen patients suffer from dental emergencies, they should visit our Houston emergency dental care expert as soon as possible for treatment and prevention of long-term complications. Our dentist offers treatment for toothaches, damaged restorations and other issues, helping patients regain their comfort and oral functionality. By also taking the right steps before an emergency appointment, patients may be able to help optimize their prognosis.

When patients experience toothache, they may be suffering from a potentially serious infection. Left untreated, an infected tooth can contribute to gum disease and may even result in life-threatening systemic infections. While over-the-counter pain relievers may provide temporary respite from the discomfort of a toothache, these products cannot replace prompt diagnosis and treatment by our expert in emergency dental care in Houston. Depending on the source, extent and location of a cavity or infection, our dentist may recommend a standard filling, endodontic treatment or extraction and replacement.

Emergency Dental Care Houston

Restorative treatments, such as fillings and crowns, can last for many years with proper care. However, some restorations may eventually fail and require repair or replacement. Our Houston emergency dental care expert can determine whether restorations conceal infection or decay and whether repair or replacement may be necessary.

Patients support successful treatment by taking care of their teeth and oral tissues before an emergency appointment. For example, a broken tooth should be covered with a piece of sugar-free gum to guard it from additional damage. Knocked-out teeth should be kept in the cheek until they can be replanted by our expert in emergency dental care in Houston. Swelling can be controlled by rinsing with salt water and holding ice packs against the cheek next to the affected area. Finally, discomfort can usually be controlled with over-the-counter anti-inflammatory drugs and avoidance of foods that are excessively hard, hot or cold.

Our dentist offers emergency dental care outside of conventional business hours so that patients can get help quickly for their comfort and safety. Endodontic, periodontic and general dental care may be recommended depending on the results of an examination. To learn more about our services, patients can schedule a consultation with our dentist in Houston.