Does your dentist accommodate you when you have a dental emergency – or does the staff at your dental practice make you feel like you’re inconveniencing their other patients? Our Dripping Springs emergency dentist warmly welcomes walk-in patients any time our doors are open. We’re happy to make time during our daily schedule for dental injuries and other emergencies that require immediate care.
What Is A Dental Emergency?
Our Dripping Springs emergency dentist offers the following advice on determining whether your situation is an urgent matter: if it hurts, it’s an emergency. Call us immediately for any of the following:
- a knocked-out tooth
- chipped, cracked, or broken teeth
- a sports injury involving the teeth
- a toothache
- bleeding of gums
- lacerated gums or moth tissue
- an abscess
- lost or loose restorations
- or any issue you’re not sure about.
Call Us First
Make a call to our office to speak with our staff before making driving to our practice. This way, we can provide professional advice on managing pain or proper handling of the situation. Let us know that you’re on your way and we’ll rearrange our schedule to make time to see you as soon as possible.
We advise patients to store our hotline number in a place where it can easily be retrieved, such as your cell phone. Keeping our name in your “contacts” section under Dripping Springs Emergency Dentist is the best way to ensure you’ll be able to find our number when you need it.
An Ounce Of Prevention
Being seen promptly by a Dripping Springs emergency dentist is the best way to avoid the high costs of treatment that comes from ignoring issues early on. What may seem like a small matter to you may be a warning sign of something more serious – only a dentist can make that determination, which is why it’s so important to call our office if you suspect you’re dealing with a dental emergency.
Time Is Of The Essence
Make sure your first-aid kit contains everything you’ll need in the event of a dental emergency. You should have the following items packed in a smaller plastic kit inside of your first-aid kit:
- a Dripping Springs emergency dentist phone number
- a smaller plastic container with a lid.
Grab your dental to-go kit and drive to our office if you experience a dental emergency- be sure to call us while you’re on your way. We’ll make sure you receive exceptional dental care as soon as possible.Dripping Springs Emergency Dentists
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