Emergency Dentistry At Clear Lake Dental Care
Dental emergencies such as a lost filling, broken teeth, and a severe toothache should get immediate treatment. We know that emergencies happen, and if you are in Webster, TX, or the surrounding areas, please call Clear Lake Dental Care immediately if you are suffering from:
- Knocked-out tooth or teeth
- Broken, Chipped, or Cracked Teeth
- Bitten Lip or Tounge
- Tooth loss
- Injury or bleeding in the soft tissues of the mouth
- Cracked tooth
- Inflammation or pain in the cheeks, face, and mouth
- Ongoing tooth pain even after taking pain relievers
What Constitutes A Dental Emergency?
Our teeth are tough, but they aren’t indestructible. Dental emergencies can be obvious, such as if you knock a tooth out when slipping on a wet floor. Other issues such as sensitivity probably aren’t emergencies, but they could be
Some things, such as a knocked-out tooth or a broken tooth, are obvious dental emergencies. We need to see you and get that tooth back in place to have the best chance of saving it. Others aren’t obvious. For instance, facial swelling usually isn’t an emergency.
If you wonder whether your dental problem that just occurred is an emergency situation or not, call our office and talk with the on-call person. Then you’ll get an idea of the next step, whether it means you need to come in immediately or if it can wait until the next business day.
What Is The Benefit Of Coming To Clear Lake For My Dental Emergency?
Many dentists claim to have emergency service, but when you call them after you’ve broken a tooth during a pickup football game on a Saturday afternoon, you get an answering service. And then hopefully you’ll get a call back in a timely fashion.
Many people go to the emergency room when that call doesn’t come. That’s not a good idea. Emergency rooms aren’t meant for dental issues; they are meant for body trauma and body injuries.
It’s a far better idea to call our office, as we provide on-call service for any dental emergency. This applies 24 hours a day, every day of the year. Simply call 832-479-4676 and our team will be contacted immediately. We view emergency dental care as just another one of our core services.
How Soon After Arriving At The Office Will I Be Treated?
Our objective in emergency dentistry is to provide care right away. Dental emergencies are worked into the schedule as quickly as possible. Depending on the severity of the problem, an appointment is arranged immediately, later the same day, or within a few days. When an appointment is not immediately available or necessary, you may receive instructions to manage comfort at home until you can be seen by the dentist. Patients who are experiencing a painful dental problem are usually seen the same day and escorted to a treatment room within a few minutes of arriving at the office.
We Are Here For You
One thing that we want to remind you about at Clear Lake Dental Care is that our main goal is to serve you. In doing this, we make sure that we offer efficient dental emergency services that will have your dental emergency treated as quickly as possible.
Our dental emergency procedures at Clear Lake Dental Care are just one way we show our appreciation to you. Why take a chance at another dental practice that may not be able to treat your dental emergency in a timely manner, leaving you to suffer in pain even longer? At Clear Lake Dental Care, you will be our number one priority when it comes to the treatment of your dental emergency.
Dedicated To Patient Satisfaction
Our staff does an amazing job at working with our patients because they will treat you the way that you want to be treated. Not only is our staff kind, but they are also extremely experienced and know what they are doing when they are on the job! Our job is to make you feel comfortable and feel right at home in our office!
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