At West Annapolis Family Dentistry, Dr. Maria Colucciello, Dr. Ishita Rahman and their professional dental team are committed to patient’s dental health. During this uncertain time, we urge patients to only come to our office for emergency care. Our office will only be open for emergency dental procedures that treat:
- Facial swelling
- Dental trauma
- Acute pain
- Cracked tooth syndrome
- Permanent or temporary crown loss
- Denture sore spots
- Gum discomfort
- Sensitivity due to tooth whitening
Emergency Dental FAQs
Learn the answers to frequently asked questions about emergency dental care below:
What do I do if my tooth gets knocked out?
If your tooth has been knocked out contact our dentist office immediately. If possible, retrieve the lost tooth. Lightly rinse the tooth and place it in a cup of saliva or milk to transport it to us. A tooth that is preserved like this may be able to be replaced within one hour of loss.
What do I do if I am feeling severe tooth pain?
You can take an over the counter pain reliever to improve symptoms. In severe cases, your pain may be caused by tooth decay or an abscess. Schedule an appointment with Tyma Trachtenberg Dental if pain persists and apply a cold compress if you are experiencing swelling.
What do I do if my dental crown or filling falls out or breaks?
Contact our office and one of our dentists will be able to construct and fit you with a new dental restoration. Do not attempt to reglue your restoration.
What do I do if my denture or dental bridge breaks?
If possible, schedule an appointment at our office and bring the broken appliance with you. We will help you determine the best treatment plan for replacing the denture or dental bridge.
Contact Our Office
Call West Annapolis Family Dentistry at [new_patient_phone_span] if you have a dental emergency. Remember to not only be aware of your physical health but your oral health as well. Stress can cause TMJ problems and mouth sores. Dr. Colucciello, Dr. Rahman and their team will be open to treating patients with routine appointments soon. Stay healthy!