WHAT IS A DENTAL EMERGENCY?
Life happens. San Diego dentist, Dr. Marcos Ortega, and his team are experienced in treating patients who need emergency dentistry care. Our office is prepared to accommodate most emergency dentistry cases and a quick call in advance can verify this is where you need to go.
Below is a list of example real-life dental emergency scenarios:
- Patients are sometimes blindsided with sudden and tremendous tooth pain
- Adults may be in a car accident that necessitates an expeditious visit to the dentist
- Sometimes kids can experience a mouth trauma in their athletic events that require immediate attention
- Chipped teeth, broken teeth, broken jaw, etc. are common cases necessitating emergency dentistry
ARE YOU EXPERIENCING A DENTAL EMERGENCY IN SAN DIEGO?
Saving natural teeth is usually our goal and it is often crucial that you come to our office as soon as possible. Call our office now and explain your situation. If it is indeed a dental emergency and you need to be seen immediately, we will do everything we can to care for you and save your tooth/teeth or address oral trauma and tooth pain. Our San Diego emergency dentistry office is equipped with some of the best dental equipment available and we can often treat severe dental trauma right here in our office. We also understand that some emergency dentistry cases are accompanied with debilitating tooth pain and we are usually able to address this immediately as well.
DON’T WAIT FOR AN EMERGENCY
Some forms of dental emergencies can be prevented by simple routine visits to the cosmetic dentist, especially tooth pain. While we have the ability to address your dental emergency when it happens, “a little caution outflanks a large cavalry” or large tooth pain in your case. Also when a dental emergency does arise, you will already have a level of comfort with us developed over previous general dentistry visits.
Call us immediately if you have tooth pain or are in need of emergency dentistry. Or just call our San Diego dentist office today to schedule a visit so you can be prepared if a dental emergency presents itself.