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Stats Image An adult tooth will begin to die 15 minutes after it is knocked out unless it is placed in a safe liquid, such as saliva or milk. Source.
There’s never a convenient time for a dental emergency. That’s why it’s a good idea to keep up with your routine dental care so you can reduce your chances of having one. Nevertheless, you may find yourself in a painful situation with your smile and need help from a professional. If so, we can handle any dental emergencies in Mauldin. Our expert team is ready to help you get your smile back on track. When you come to us with a dental emergency, we will:

  • Assess your immediate concern to determine the proper steps to take
  • Get you out of pain so you feel better and are able to relax
  • Recommend restorative dentistry or other treatments to repair your smile
  • Advise you on other treatments as needed to help ensure you maintain a beautiful smile

Don’t wait on getting the help you need for your dental disaster. Call the team at Mauldin Square Dental now at 864-774-4758 and we’ll get you into the office as soon as possible. One of the benefits of our money-saving membership club is one free emergency exam a year. Ask our team for more details.

Know What to Do in Case of a Dental Emergency

Know What to Do in Case of a Dental Emergency

A dental emergency could happen when you’re enjoying a delicious meal and bite down on something that cracks a tooth. Or you might get in an accident and suffer a blow that knocks out one of your teeth. Whatever the situation, it’s important to know what to do when a dental crisis happens. Below are some common dental emergencies and the steps to take before you’re seen in our office:

  • Toothache – Rinse your mouth with warm water, then apply ice or a cold compress to the outside of your cheek in the area of the pain. Taking acetaminophen or ibuprofen will help with pain and swelling.
  • Loose or Dislodged Tooth – Try to gently move the tooth back into position if possible. Applying ice will help with any pain or swelling before your appointment.
  • Broken Tooth – Retrieve any pieces of your tooth and bring them with you to your appointment.
  • Knocked-Out Tooth – Be careful to only touch the tooth by the crown (white part) and not the roots. Try to put it back in place if possible. If not, put the tooth in a container of salt water or milk and bring it to the office.
  • Soft-Tissue Injury – Use a small piece of gauze or a moist tea bag to stop any bleeding from your cheek, lips, gums, or tongue. If the bleeding doesn’t stop in a few minutes, go to the nearest emergency room or urgent treatment center.

Rely on Our Expertise During Your Emergency

Depending on your situation, we may recommend one or more treatments to repair your smile. Below are some common fixes when patients come to us with a dental emergency:

  • Tooth filling
  • Dental crown or bridge
  • Dental appliance repair

We can take care of any dental emergencies in Mauldin. Contact Mauldin Square Dental now for the fast help you need. New patients call 864-774-4758 and existing patients call 864-397-5944. For any non-emergency needs, you can also schedule online.

Common Questions About Dental Emergencies

Can you help with my dental emergency?

Our dentists have helped countless patients with their dental emergencies. You can rest confidently in their skills and expertise to help make your smile right. Our top-notch dental team delivers compassionate and gentle care and will make sure you receive the best treatment possible during your dental crisis.

What can you do for my dental emergency?

When you come in for a dental emergency, we’ll first assess your condition to determine the next steps. Depending on your situation, we will recommend particular services to restore your smile. They may include a tooth-colored filling to repair dental decay or a dental crown to strengthen a damaged tooth.

What are some common dental emergencies?

There are few emergencies that our dentists haven’t seen in their years of practice. Some are certainly more common than others. Emergencies that we see often include toothaches caused by a cavity or an infection, cracked teeth, broken teeth, and broken dental restorations. In most cases, we’re able to resolve all these situations with restorative dentistry.

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