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EMERGENCY DENTIST - QUEENS 

Looking for an emergency dentist in Queens or an emergency dentist in the Kew Gardens area? We sometimes can offer same day dental emergencies appointments for patients looking to see an emergency dentist in Queens and have an emergency? Read on to see if what your experiencing is a dental emergency and if you should see an emergency dentist in Queens. 

Dental emergencies are stressful, painful, and frightening and we try to makes it easier to handle even the most frightening dental emergencies. Some of the most common dental emergencies we see include:

Avulsed (knocked out) teeth
Broken, chipped, cracked teeth
Lost, broken, chipped, cracked dental restorations
Severe toothache
Soft tissue lacerations
During any dental emergency, we offer same day emergency dental appointments whenever possible and walk patients through first aid to keep them safe until they arrive at our practice.

 

 

What to do if you have a knocked out tooth?

Keep any damaged areas clean and free from foreign debris to avoid infection
Apply gentle pressure to slow bleeding
Use cold compresses or ice packs at 20 minute intervals (20 on/20 off) to reduce swelling. 

If you experience more severe emergencies such as a potentially broken jawbones or soft tissue lacerations that do not stop bleeding after an hour or more, proceed immediately to your local emergency room.

When you need emergency dental services, you can rely on us to help relieve your pain and restore your oral health. We provide many emergency dental treatments, including:

What should I do if I need an emergency extraction? 

We always want you to keep your natural teeth. However, sometimes a tooth is too damaged or decayed to save, and you’ll need an emergency extraction.

 

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What should I do if I need an emergency wisdom tooth extraction? Should I seek an emergency dentist in Queens or go to the emergency room?

The Emergency room will cost you a lot of money.  Wisdom teeth may be the last of your teeth to come in, but they are often the most prone to infection and decay. Emergency extractions can help remove the damaged tooth, so you can get back to enjoying excellent oral health.

What if I need root canal treatment? 

 Root canal therapy is a common treatment for alleviating dental pain, eliminating tooth pulp infections and saving your natural teeth. If you are experiencing tooth pain, call our office to see if we can help save your tooth with root canal therapy.

What if I need tooth extractions?

Our dedicated team of dental professionals also perform scheduled, non-emergency tooth extractions.

Call our office for emergency dental care if you experience any of the following conditions - if you are it is important to see an emergency dentist in Queens as soon as possible:

What if I have an abscessed tooth? What is the procedure?

  An abscess is a deep infection in your tooth’s root, and it’s a serious condition. If you have painful facial or gum swelling, a fever or excruciating tooth pain, schedule an appointment for emergency dental treatment.

What if I have broken or cracked teeth?

 Teeth with cracks, chips or breaks are vulnerable to decay and further damage. If you have a cracked tooth, visit our office for prompt dental care.

What If I have a broken or fracture jaw?

 Fractured jaws need immediate, emergency treatment. Call our office for an emergency dentist immediately after you have sustained the injury.

Broken, Loose or Lost Crowns: When a crown breaks or loosens, it exposes the affected tooth to damage and potential infection. Our dentists will replace the crown to restore your tooth’s protection and appearance.

Dental Infections: Our dental professionals can treat a wide range of dental infections at our office. After your treatment, we can also review some of the ways you can avoid future infections with proper oral health practices.

What If I have knocked teeth?

 Your dentist may be able to save your knocked-out tooth if you act promptly. Before your urgent dental visit, try to place the tooth back in its socket. If that is not possible, store it in a cold cup of milk.

What If I have loose or lost fillings?

 Our dentists can replace a loose or missing filling to protect your exposed tooth from decay.

Can severe headaches be related to jaw pain?

If you have relentless tooth pain, don’t wait to see if the pain goes away on its own. Our dentists are here to diagnose and treat the cause of the pain, so you can enjoy relief from your discomfort.

What If I have severe gum swelling or facial swelling?

Painful swelling of your face or gums could be a sign of an urgent dental issue. You can receive treatment and pain relief in our office.

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Broken Teeth/chipped teeth - What to do 

Keep any damaged areas clean and free from foreign debris to avoid infection

Apply gentle pressure to slow bleeding

Here are a few simple first aid tricks patients should know:

Use cold compresses or ice packs at 20 minute intervals (20 on/20 off) to reduce pain and swelling
If you experience more severe emergencies such as a potentially broken jawbones or soft tissue lacerations that do not stop bleeding after an hour or more, proceed immediately to your local emergency room. we provide emergency dental care in Queens for all dental emergencies in Queens. If you have a dental emergency in the Queens area call 718-441-0049.

Call our office for emergency dental care if you experience any of the following conditions:

If you have a dental emergency then one of our emergency dentists in Queens at Kew Gardens Dental Arts can help you. We offer treatment for root canals, broken teeth, chipped teeth, dental abscess, broken crowns and dentures and lost fillings. 

Request An Emergency Appointment in Queens today. 

If you have a dental emergency in Queens or Kew Gardens or have seen a dentist already and would like a second opinion then please contact our office as soon as possible on 718-441-0049. We treat all dental emergencies in Queens.

 

To learn how implant dentistry can preserve your smile contact Kew Gardens Dental Arts at 718-808-9849.