Emergency Dentistry Specialist

In dentistry as in life, it is good to be prepared for the unexpected. The team at SEDA Dental in Jupiter, Boynton Beach, Delray Beach, Boca Raton, Pompano Beach, Pinecrest, and North Miami Beach, Florida, has extensive experience with emergency dentistry, keeping their patients safe and healthy. To learn more, call or book online today to schedule an appointment with the team.

Frequently Asked Questions

Regardless of how well you take care of your oral health, unexpected ailments can occur. When this happens, it is helpful to know that you have a dentist that you can trust. Emergency dentistry refers to dental care that serves to address an unexpected situation that requires immediate attention. Often times, this is due to injury either to your teeth or gums.

Common reasons for emergency dentistry are broken or chipped teeth, or teeth that have been knocked out, also known as dental avulsions. These situations can occur as a result of eating hard foods or from sports injuries, such as a baseball to the face. The team at SEDA Dental has extensive experience handling a wide range of dental injuries, alleviating their patient’s pain, and preventing any further damage from happening. 
Most people will need emergency dental care at some point in their life. Oftentimes, it can be hard to tell if your attention requires emergency care or if care can wait a little bit. Dental pain or the loss of a tooth are good reasons to seek emergency care. 

If you are unsure whether you require prompt dental care, it is a good idea to contact the experts at SEDA Dental. They will be able to determine your needs. Even small injuries can lead to further damage down the road, and as such, it is better to play it safe than to be sorry later on. SEDA Dental will guide you through the situation with confidence, ensuring that you get the attention that you need in a timely manner. 
Each emergency dentistry situation is different, and, as such, your experience may differ. Initially, the team at SEDA Dental will examine your mouth and conduct any testing necessary. They will then discuss your condition with you and review treatment options before choosing a course of action. You may need to have follow-up appointments in order to complete treatment. 

If you are experiencing pain, the team can prescribe you pain medication. In addition, they will counsel you on proper care at home and answer any questions that you may have.  

To learn more about emergency dentistry and how you can prepare your family for those unexpected circumstances, call or go online today to schedule your first appointment with the team at SEDA Dental.

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