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Emergency Dentistry Specialist

Relief Dental -  - Comprehensive and Cosmetic Dentistry

Relief Dental

Comprehensive and Cosmetic Dentistry located in Tucker, GA

Whether you have a toothache or a major dental emergency, our team at Relief Dental in Tucker, Georgia, provides immediate, necessary care and treatment. Seeking attention quickly can make the difference between losing or saving your tooth. If you have a severe dental issue, call the friendly practice right away for an emergency dentistry appointment or use the online reservation request form.

Emergency Dentistry Q & A

What is emergency dentistry?

Emergency dentistry treats dental issues that need immediate attention. Most oral injuries involve saving a broken or knocked-out tooth. These oral injuries should be treated within 30 minutes to an hour to save your tooth.

At Relief Dental, our team provides emergency dentistry, offering a superior level of care for your oral health.

When should I seek emergency dentistry?

When you have a concern about a severe oral injury — whether it happens to you or a family member — you should seek immediate emergency dental care. 

Dental emergencies include:

  • Knocked-out tooth
  • Loose permanent tooth
  • Lost filling or crown
  • Severely cracked or broken tooth
  • Bleeding in your mouth from your tongue, cheeks, or gums
  • Injury to your mouth
  • Swelling in your tongue, gums, or mouth
  • Severe toothache

If you’re unsure about the severity of your dental issue, contact Relief Dental to talk about your condition for an assessment and expert guidance.

How does emergency dentistry work?

The moment you have a dental emergency, call the Relief Dental office right away. We can often accommodate same-day appointments.

What steps should I take if my tooth gets knocked out?

You can play a role in the survival of your tooth if you take quick action. If your tooth gets knocked out, rinse your mouth with lukewarm water. Clean your tooth as well without touching its roots, holding it by the opposite end. 

If possible, place your tooth back in its socket where it came out. Then slowly close your mouth and bite down gently. If that’s too painful, then bite down on a piece of gauze until you get to Relief Dental.

If you can’t put your tooth back in its socket, put it in a cup of saliva or place it inside your mouth next to your cheek. Keeping it moist can help preserve it.

Relief Dental takes care of dental emergencies quickly. If you experience a severe dental issue, call the office right away or request your appointment online.