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Why Choose Tarpon Shores Dental For Emergency Dentistry?

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Dental emergencies, like any emergency, always occur quickly, unexpectedly, and they usually consist of quite a bit of pain. While these situations are never pleasant, the people of Venice can breathe a little easier knowing they have an emergency dentist ready to help right in their own neighborhood. Should you find yourself in a lot of dental pain and in need of immediate care, you just need to do one thing: call Tarpon Shores Dental.

Dr. Thompson and our team have years of experience handling all kinds of dental emergencies, so no matter what your situation might be, you can rely on us to get the help you need. We always try to see emergency patients the same day that they call in, so we’ll never leave you waiting in pain.

Remember, when you need dental care FAST, you only need to visit one place. Give Tarpon Shores Dental a call, and we’ll help turn your emergency into an unpleasant memory as quickly as possible!

Contact Us for the Following Dental Emergencies:

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Even if you are unsure whether or not your situation is an emergency, go ahead and give us a call, and we’ll be happy to let you know what you should do next. However, if you believe you have suffered a broken jaw, or if you can’t stop bleeding after 15 minutes, be sure to head straight to your local emergency room first. Contact us only after you have been cleared to leave!

Dental Emergency FAQs

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Are you prepared for a dental emergency? Scary situations involving your smile can be overwhelming even under the best circumstances. Having as many answers as possible before you need urgent dental care can help you stay calm and act correctly. Here are the most common questions about dental emergencies we receive. If you don’t see the answer you’re looking for below, don’t hesitate to contact your friendly team at Tarpon Shores Dental for quick, comfortable care when you need it most.

How Can I Tell If My Toothache Is a Dental Emergency?

Any dental pain or discomfort should be looked at by your dentist in a timely manner. However, certain warning signs could indicate that your toothache is the result of a larger issue that needs immediate care from your Venice emergency dentist. You should consider your toothache a dental emergency if:

Do Sensitive Teeth Count as a Dental Emergency?

Like toothaches, tooth sensitivity should be seen by your dentist in a timely manner, but doesn’t usually require immediate care. In most cases, the sensitivity is caused by cavities or enamel damage. However, it’s important to keep in mind that leaving these issues untreated can lead to serious dental infections, so it’s important to schedule a visit with your Venice dentist right away. In some cases, tooth sensitivity is the result of gum recession, which may cause your teeth to look longer than normal. This symptom is usually associated with the advanced stages of gum disease. If you have sensitive teeth and bleeding, swollen gums, your dentist may have you come in right away to prevent serious complications from gum disease like tooth loss.  

Does My Painful or Broken Tooth Need to Be Pulled?

It’s impossible to tell what kind of treatment your dental emergency will need before arriving to our practice. If your tooth is damaged or decayed, we’ll do everything we can to repair it and avoid the need for extraction. In many cases, we can alleviate pain while restoring the tooth’s strength, function, and appearance with a dental crown. Thanks to our CEREC 1-visit dental crowns that can be made right here in our office during your appointment, no temporary crown will be needed. However, if the tooth is so badly damaged or infected that it poses a threat to your oral health, we may recommend an extraction. We can perform both simple and surgical extractions in our practice and offer tooth replacement options like dentures and dental implants.

When Should I Go to the ER Instead of the Emergency Dentist?

When it comes to common dental emergencies like broken, painful, or knocked-out teeth, you’ll almost always save time, money, and discomfort by visiting us first instead of your local ER. However, there are several situations that need to be stabilized at an emergency room first before we can get to restoring your pearly whites. Go to your local ER for emergencies like:

If you or a loved one is experiencing a dental emergency, don’t hesitate to contact us for a same-day emergency appointment. We’ll do everything we can to get you out of pain and back to enjoying your happy, healthy smile as soon as possible!

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