Dr. Jones and his staff are absolutely lovely and very welcoming. As a new patient you always go into a new office nervous of the unknown and what it’ll be like. Barbie is very welcoming and helpful and it shows why she is the first face you see when you walk in. I highly recommend Dr Jones for his wisdom, easy going nature ,and attention to detail. So glad to have been recommended by many to your office!
Our Emergency Dental Treatment Will Repair Your Smile
When your smile is suffering and you’re in pain, you require a dental expert all set to take on the difficulty of fixing your smile. That’s precisely what you’ll get at Park Place Dental. Our team is comprised of talented, knowledgeable dentists and compassionate team members who will certainly give you the very best dental experience feasible.
When you’re in pain, you might be a lot more nervous than normal. If so, we can carry out sedation before your procedure to calm you and calm your nerves. We’ll likewise go at your pace and answer any questions you have regarding your dental care. We intend to make sure you’re as comfortable as feasible.
When you come in for your dental emergency, we’ll analyze you and suggest any kind of restorative or additional kinds of dental care to stop your discomfort and get your smile back on course. Below are a couple of kinds of dental emergencies we frequently treat, and steps you can take before you get to our office:
- Toothache – Rinse your mouth with warm water, then use ice or a cool compress to your cheek to help in reducing swelling and discomfort.
- Split or Broken Tooth – Use ice to alleviate pain and swelling, and bring any broken pieces with you.
- Knocked-Out Tooth – Pick up the tooth by the crown (noticeable component in your smile), and put it in a container of milk or saliva. Bring it to the office with you.
- Lost Filling – Put a small amount of dental adhesive where the dental filling was as a temporary solution.
- Soft-Tissue Injury – Use gauze or a moist tea bag to stop any type of bleeding to your cheek, lips, gums, or tongue.
- Loose Crown – Apply dental adhesive or toothpaste to the inside of the crown, and attempt to put it back into place. Bring it with you if it will not stay in place.
- Loose or Broken Dental Appliance – Dental wax or gauze can help you to keep any soft edges from irritating your mouth.