Emergency Dentistry in Alexandria, MN
What Is Emergency Dentistry?
Emergency dentistry is designed to quickly and efficiently treat dental issues that require urgent attention or may lead to more severe problems. At 320 Dental Studio, our experienced emergency dentists have the skills and experience to provide prompt and effective solutions for any dental emergency. Whether it's a knocked-out tooth, a broken crown, or an unbearable toothache, we are here to provide the timely and reliable care you need.
Did you know…
With sedation and numbing, we can reduce discomfort and pain and ensure you are comfortable.
What to do in an emergency?
If you are dealing with dental trauma, the best thing you should do is to remain calm. While you may panic due to the stress and pain caused by the injury, rest assured that any dental issue can be treated. Dr. Joseph Haack and the team at 320 Dental Studio are ready to help you restore a healthy smile.
Once you have managed the situation, evaluate the condition of your injury. If you are bleeding, place gauze on the injured area. This should reduce bleeding as you seek emergency dental care.
Control Pain and swelling
Over-the-counter medications like ibuprofen can help reduce pain temporarily. Besides, you can use a cold compress or an ice pack to reduce swelling around the affected area.
Contact us Immediately
Time is critical in dental emergencies. As soon as you keep calm and have control of the situation, reach out to us immediately! The 320 Dental Studio team is ready to offer same-day and after-hour appointments.
We understand how important it is for you to get empathetic assistance when you need it most. Our team always reserves open slots daily to accommodate individuals with dental emergencies. If you have a knocked-out tooth, you will be sure that it will be replaced within 1-2 hours after visiting our dental office.
Did you know…
If you place a knocked-out tooth in a cold milk container, you can preserve the root before you arrive at our dental office.
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What are the most common forms of dental emergencies?
The most common dental emergencies include broken or cracked teeth, lost fillings, toothaches, and infected gums. We understand that any of these circumstances can be stressful, so our team is always here to help you get the dental care you need as quickly as possible.
How can I prepare and avoid a dental emergency?
Preparation is vital when it comes to dental emergencies. Make sure you have 320 Dental Studio's contact info saved or know where to find it so you can get help as soon as possible. Be prepared with a list of your medical allergies and medications, and bring this to the appointment. Also, don't forget to practice good oral hygiene habits. This can help prevent an emergency in the first place!
Did you know…
Adults and kids lose more than 5 million teeth annually!