Emergency Dentist in Ellicott City
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If you are experiencing mild to severe tooth pain, these are often the symptoms of an underlying problem. By seeing a dentist sooner rather than later, you can avoid more intense pain and/or further complications down the road.
Schedule a same or next day appointment with Ellicott Mills Dental now to alleviate your pain and discomfort and fix whatever problems you are having with your teeth and gums.
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Common Dental Emergencies Include
- Broken or cracked teeth, crowns, and fillings
- Knocked out permanent tooth
- A painful, broken, or swollen jaw
- Soft tissue injuries
- Broken or chipped teeth
- Object stuck in teeth
- Abscess tooth
- Bitten lip or tongue
- Lost dental filling or dental crown
- Emergency denture repair
- Emergency tooth extractions
The friendly, caring staff and doctors here at Ellicott Mills Dental do everything we can to stop the pain you’re experiencing while examining and developing a treatment plan to fix the underlying issues.
Our Office Hours:
|Monday||8:30 AM–6:00 PM|
|Tuesday||8:00 AM–6:00 PM|
|Wednesday||9:00 AM–6:00 PM|
|Thursday||8:00 AM–3:00 PM|
|Friday||8:00 AM–3:00 PM|
Don’t Wait! Call Now For the Emergency Care You Need.
Typical Causes of Tooth Pain
- Deep cavities that expose the more sensitive inner portion
- General tooth wear from grinding or acid erosion that breaks down tooth enamel
- Cracks in your tooth that expose the inner nerve
- Secondary infection in, around, or below the tooth
- In other cases, other problems can cause pain in your teeth, for instance, a sinus infection causing pain in your upper molars
Is It a Dental Emergency?
Dental emergencies often include anything involving extreme pain, excessive bleeding, swelling, as well as a knocked out tooth, cap, or crown.
Though, odds are if you’re questioning whether or not your tooth pain is an emergency, you should see a dentist. While the pain may subside on its own or with some over the counter medication, there is most likely an underlying issue causing your pain. Which, if left untreated, can cause future complications and additional, more severe pain.
When in doubt, we would much prefer you schedule an appointment to visit us and take good care of your teeth.