EMERGENCY DENTAL CARE
Emergency Dentist in Chicago, IL
Please don't wait to contact us if you are experiencing an emergency. Call us right away!
We are committed to helping patients in need of emergency dental care in the Chicago area. A dental emergency can be a frustrating moment. Dr. Rowe and his team are proud to offer the families we serve dental care emergency services.
It's important to contact us right away so we can diagnose and rectify any issues before they worsen. By waiting for treatment, you increase the chances of infection and increased pain.
Please call ahead for dental emergencies so we can reserve a dentist for your treatment. If you visit us within a few hours from when your injury happened, we can often save teeth, prevent infections, and lessen pain. Call our Beverly, Chicago emergency dentist for an immediate response. Our caring team is always ready to take your call. We do our best to see you the same day for the best and quickest possible care.
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Address: 2036 West 95th Street, Chicago, IL 60643
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How To Reduce Pain During A Dental Emergency
After a dental emergency, you should contact us immediately to see when we can get you into our office. Once that is done, there are methods you can use to help in reducing pain and preserving oral health. Please follow these tips to aid in pain relief and comfort:
- If you're experiencing a toothache, please rinse your mouth with warm water. Food and material lodged between your teeth may be a source of pain. Carefully floss your teeth to remove anything between your teeth. Use over-the-counter pain medication to reduce swelling and relieve pain.
- If a tooth has fallen out, find the tooth and rinse it in clean water. You may preserve the tooth by placing it in a cup of salt water. If you get to our office within a couple of hours, we may be able to save your tooth.
- If you've lost a crown, please rinse it with clean water. Then, surround it with toothpaste and try to put it back in place.
- If your tooth is chipped or broken, find and save any pieces you can find. Carefully rinse your mouth with clean, warm water. Also, rinse off any broken pieces.
- If the injury is bleeding, take a piece of gauze and apply pressure to the injury for around 10 minutes or until the bleeding stops.
- If you are experiencing swelling, then apply a cold compress to the outside of your mouth, cheeks, or lips nearest the injury. You may also take over-the-counter pain medication to further reduce swelling.