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Rely on Us for Fast Help With Your South Attleboro Dental Emergencies

Unfortunately, accidents can happen at any time. Fortunately, knowing how to handle a dental emergency can make all the difference. Miller Lung Dental Group will help you when South Attleboro dental emergencies occur. Below are some benefits of our emergency treatment:

  • Get Prompt Relief – Seeking immediate dental care for emergencies can alleviate pain and discomfort quickly.
  • Prevent Further Damage – Timely treatment can help prevent additional complications or damage to your teeth and gums.
  • Preserve Oral Health – Addressing dental disasters promptly can help maintain the health and integrity of your smile.
  • Restore Functionality – Emergency dental treatments aim to restore normal function, allowing you to eat, speak, and smile with confidence.
  • Save Teeth – Swift action can increase the chances of saving a knocked-out tooth or repairing a damaged tooth effectively.

If you experience a dental emergency, don’t hesitate to contact us. Our experienced team is here to provide the urgent care you need. Time is of the essence when it comes to dental emergencies, so reach out to us immediately by calling 508-484-8411. We’ll get you in the same day in most cases. Our office is easy to find on Highland Avenue, not far off Route 1 and I-95.

Know What to Do When an Emergency Happens

1 in 5 people will have dental trauma during their lifetime. Source.
Our team is here to provide you with essential information and guidance to ensure you’re prepared when an emergency situation happens. Here are some of the most common types of emergencies we see, as well as how to handle them until you can get into our office:

  • Toothaches – Your toothache may be caused by an infection or cavity. If you have an infected tooth, we can perform a root canal. If you have a cavity or similar damage, we can mend it with a filling or crown. You can take an over-the-counter pain reliever, if needed, until you’re able to see us.
  • Broken or Chipped Teeth – Save any broken pieces and rinse your mouth with warm water. Apply ice to lessen swelling. We often use a crown to fix your tooth. It is important to repair it ASAP, as bacteria can get inside your tooth through the damaged area.
  • Knocked-Out Tooth – Handle the tooth carefully by the crown (top part), without touching the roots. Rinse the tooth with milk or saliva if dirty, but do not remove any tissue fragments. Try to reinsert the tooth into the socket. If reinsertion doesn’t work, keep it moist with milk or saliva. We’ll have the best chance of saving your tooth if you can see us right away.

Call Miller Lung Dental Group now at 508-484-8411 for any dental emergencies in South Attleboro. You can also make an appointment online. We’re here to help you through your dental crisis!

Common Questions About Dental Emergencies

Can you help with my dental emergency?

Yes, we certainly can! Call us now for any dental emergencies, and we will get you into the office as soon as possible to get you the fast help you need to feel better soon and save your smile. In many cases, this means we’ll see you the same day.

What can you do for my dental emergency?

When you come in for a dental emergency, we’ll first assess your condition to determine the next steps. Depending on your situation, we will recommend particular services to restore your smile. They may include a tooth-colored filling to repair dental decay, a dental crown to strengthen a damaged tooth, a root canal to repair an infected tooth, or a tooth extraction if we’re not able to save your tooth.

Can I prevent dental emergencies?

No one can anticipate every possible dental emergency, but you can take steps to reduce your odds of having such a problem. Following ADA recommendations – brushing and flossing daily and getting regular dental cleanings – reduces your risk of tooth infections and gum disease. Wearing athletic mouthguards during sports can protect your teeth from injuries.

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