Silver Lining Dentistry

Emergency Dentistry

Emergency Scheduling

Having a dental emergency is a nightmare. On top of having lots of pain in your mouth, you have to spend time calling different dental offices hoping to get a last minute appointment. At Silver Lining Dentistry, we understand how important it is to look at your emergency as soon as possible. That is why we provide you with the most convenient opening on our schedule. We will also let you know when anything sooner becomes available. 

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Dental emergencies leave you feeling flustered and anxious. Do not wait if your crown has fallen off or if you are experiencing a toothache. If you have any sort of dental emergency that needs immediate attention, contact our office right away! Call us day or night. If our office is closed, our messenger service will contact us, and we will get back to you as soon as we can. If you are calling during our normal office hours, our friendly staff is standing by to answer your call to get you in and have you seen by one one of our providers within 24 hours.

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Pain Management

As much as 40 million Americans have a fear of going to the dentist, which frequently stems from a fear of pain. At Silver Lining Dentistry, we offer ways to eliminate pain from your dental experience. By offering a variety of sedation dentistry options as part of our family dentistry treatments, as well as revolutionizing how our patients receive injections, we can deliver painless dental procedures to patients of all ages.

What to Do?

We strive to respond quickly to all dental emergency situations. We set aside time throughout each day to treat patients with dental emergency needs. For us to best fit you into our schedule, please contact us as early in the day as possible.

It is essential to seek immediate attention for dental emergencies to avoid costly or permanent damage. The most common dental emergencies are a toothache, pain in the teeth, gums or jaws, broken teeth, knocked out a tooth, broken fillings, or swelling of the gums or mouth.

Contact our office as soon as possible.  Use caution eating certain foods such as hard candies while your tooth is unprotected. Over-the-counter pain relievers may help to ease pain and discomfort.

Contact our office immediately. If possible, retrieve the tooth, holding it carefully by the crown (the part usually exposed in the mouth). If the tooth is dirty, gently rinse with water, but do not scrub or remove attached tissue. You may store the tooth in your own saliva or milk. Knocked out teeth are most likely to survive if they are returned to the socket within an hour of being knocked out.

Contact our office immediately. An abscess is a serious condition that can possibly spread an infection to other parts of the body if not treated quickly. An abscess may not be visible, it could be at the root of a tooth, causing a severe toothache, between teeth, or on the gum. To ease discomfort, you may rinse with a mild saltwater solution. Do not attempt to open or drain the abscess.

Contact our office as soon as possible. Try brushing and flossing teeth to remove debris or lodged food. If the tooth is broken or fractured, do not take temporary measures to repair or fix the tooth. Avoid certain foods that may cause irritation or pain. If you experience any swelling, a cold compress may be applied to the outside of the mouth or cheek. If you experience any facial swelling, fever, tenderness in the glands or severe pain, contact us immediately as it may indicate an abscess or serious infection.