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Have a Dental Emergency? We Can Help!

Have a Dental Emergency? We Can Help!

With consistently good dental hygiene and preventive dental care, most people can avoid common dental issues that could otherwise become serious. Even progressive issues like tooth decay and gum disease can be largely prevented or mitigated.

However, there are times when prevention and good hygiene cannot prevent an emergency, such as sudden pain or structural damage to one or more teeth. If you have a dental emergency, then call our office immediately to schedule a visit and receive the care you need as soon as possible.

Common Dental Emergencies

Sudden, severe toothache

A toothache can mean many different things, and depending on its severity, or may or may not seem like an emergency. Yet, when your tooth suddenly hurts and the pain is severe, you may be faced with an emergency and a heightened risk of severe tooth damage or disease. If you hesitate, then the pain and the condition causing it will grow steadily worse until your dentist treats it.

Fractured or broken tooth

When a tooth cracks or breaks, it cannot heal itself. Therefore, the damage will grow more severe under the pressure and may eventually lead to tooth loss or extraction.

Moderate to severe tooth damage can cause extreme levels of tooth discomfort, especially if the nerves and tissues inside the tooth’s pulp are exposed. If not treated soon, the fractured or broken tooth might also develop internal tooth infection, compounding the discomfort and the need to restore the tooth’s health and integrity.

Avulsed (knocked out) tooth

A knocked-out tooth, or avulsed tooth, is one of the most serious dental emergencies. In some cases, your dentist may be able to replant the tooth in its socket without needing to fabricate a tooth replacement. If not, however, then your dentist will need to replace your tooth as soon as possible to prevent further complications. A dental implant may be your best option because it is the only way to replace your lost teeth roots.

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Our primary goal is to enhance the health and quality of life of every one our patients through customized, comprehensive dental care.

If you experience a dental emergency, then don’t hesitate to call your dentist immediately! Schedule an emergency visit – Book an appointment Call Sunnyvale Dental Care today at (408) 720-0900. We also proudly serve patients from Santa Clara, Cupertino, Mountain View, San Jose, Campbell, Palo Alto, and all surrounding communities.

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