Emergency Dentistry

Dental emergencies can happen without any warning. It could be due to trauma, sudden accidents, fractures, or knocked-out teeth. Such problems require prompt attention or could lead to various problems. 

Not all dental issues are emergencies. But if you have bleeding that won’t cease, pain that doesn’t get better with medicine, or broken facial bones, you require dental emergency care. Emergency dentistry is a special service provided by our professional dentists that aim to manage dental emergencies that occur without any warning. 

At Smile Collective Dental Couture, our dentists are highly equipped and qualified to manage any kind of dental emergency. 

Should I See a Dentist?

If you’re in pain, experiencing facial swelling, can’t sleep at night, or have heightened sensitivity, it’s best to request an emergency appointment.

Dental emergencies include:

  • Severe toothache
  • Inadequately cracked tooth
  • Knocked-out tooth
  • Extruded (partially dislodged) tooth
  • Dental bump (swelling of your face and jaw)
  • Lost or broken dental repair
  • Painful soft tissue injury (like a busted lip or deep cut)

Whenever someone contacts our office, we will fit them into our schedule wherever possible. We aim to provide immediate pain relief and get your oral health back on track.

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Benefits of Dental Crowns

Your damaged tooth might be saved

Reduce pain

Prevents the dangers of toothaches

Prevent Infections

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What to Expect

Depending on what is happening, we may arrange for a temporary treatment to get you out of pain or a more permanent solution. For example, if you have a broken tooth, we may be able to place a filling or a temporary cap, then have you return for a permanent crown for long-term protection.

Abscessed or severely infected teeth often require a root canal. Endodontic therapy gently restores these teeth so that you can avoid an extraction while preserving your natural smile. We perform all of our root canals under magnification for a better, more efficient experience.

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Why Choose Us?

Caring and Professional Dental Team

The moment you walk through our doors, our team will treat you like family and make you feel at ease. 

State-of-the-art Dental Technology and Equipment

We are committed to staying up-to-date with the latest advances in dental technology and equipment. 

Dr Rand Younes

Flexible and Friendly Services

No matter the treatment, we aim to provide you with flexible and friendly services.

High-quality and Reliable Treatments

At Smile Collective, we provide proven and guaranteed results, and also ensure high-quality treatments are delivered to all!

Frequently Asked Questions

If you are out of town or for some other reason cannot get in touch with your dentist, the steps you should take rely on your situation. You may choose to wait until you get home to see your dentist if the issue is fairly minor. In more critical situations, such as if you have a dental blemish or a tooth gets struck out, it may be best to reach a different dentist and follow up with your regular dentist later.

In a sense, yes! General dentists are the most standard type of dentists because they can treat patients of all ages. Nevertheless, an emergency dentist is also like a general dentist! They both have general dentistry training, as well as extra emergency training.

Most emergency dentists are general dentists who chose to take the extra training.

For a broken or chipped tooth, people are recommended to save any of the fallen parts before rinsing their mouth with warm water. If there is bleeding, the patient is required to put a piece of gauze on the affected area until the bleeding ceases. Patients can also apply a chilly compress on the affected area to decrease swelling and reduce pain before going to see the dentist.

Any damage inside the mouth, such as lacerations or rips in the cheeks, mouth, or tongue, can be deemed a dental emergency, relying on the depth of the cut. If you have a tissue injury, wash the area instantly. Most bleeding can be resolved by putting pressure on the injury using gauze. You can also relieve facial pain by taking over-the-counter pain relievers.