If you have a dental emergency, please call (262) 567-5600 to schedule an appointment. If you are a current patient and this is an after hours emergency, please call the number listed above and follow the prompts. If you are unable to get a hold of one of the doctors and feel this is a true emergency, please call your local emergency room.
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Do I Need Emergency Dental Care?
If you have recently chipped a tooth, knocked out a tooth or dislodged a crown, our mission is to get you back to a place of optimal oral health quickly and effectively. If you have a toothache or dental pain, calling your dentist can make the difference in saving a damaged tooth and restoring your confidence. If you are in pain or have a dental concern, do not hesitate to call your local dentist in Oconomowoc at (262) 567-5600 to schedule an appointment.
When Not To Wait
Some dental emergencies will need immediate dental care. If you have a significant dental injury such as a knocked out tooth, the time it takes to see the dentist can determine if that tooth will be able to be saved or not. Should you have a dental emergency and not be in reach of our office, we encourage our patients to contact their local emergency room.
Types of Dental Emergencies
- Some of the most commonly seen dental injuries are as follows:
- Cracked, chipped or broken tooth
- Knocked out adult tooth or baby tooth
- Toothache ranging from moderate to severe
- Abscess formation on the gums between teeth
- Swollen face
What To Do At Home
When the unthinkable happens while at home or on holiday, remember that a few small steps can help alleviate worry and get you out of pain. If you have a toothache, chipped a tooth or broken a tooth, take a moment to rinse gently with warm water and do not spit forcefully. If needed, floss gently around the area to remove any trapped debris. Apply a cold pack to the outside of the cheek near the affected area to reduce swelling or pain while you make your way to the dentist.