In the event of a dental emergency, call Perfect Smiles at 215-770-1081. Our dental team provides immediate emergency dentistry treatments to patients in Bensalem, PA. As a general dentistry service, emergency dental care helps prevent further damage to restorations and the natural smile. If you have sustained a non-dental injury, we ask that you visit a hospital before our office. We can treat any dental problems after you have received important medical care.
Emergency Dental Care in Bensalem, PA
There are a variety of emergency dental problems that we treat, including:
Lost Permanent Tooth
If you have just lost a permanent tooth, try to locate the tooth and hold it by its top, or crown. Place the tooth in a cup of cold milk to transport it to our office. You may stave off bleeding by applying pressure to the tooth socket with a clean cloth. We can provide a dental implant to restore the missing tooth if it cannot be reattached. Implants replace teeth at the root and provide stability for dental prosthetics.
Dental injuries are common oral health emergencies. If you have chipped or broken one of your teeth, rinse your mouth with warm water and apply pressure to the tooth with a cloth if it is bleeding. Our dental office offers dental veneers, tooth bonding, and dental crowns. These cosmetic and restorative treatments repair and add structure to the tooth enamel.
Objects Stuck Between Teeth
Gently floss if you have an object stuck between your teeth. Do not try to use any other methods to free the object, as this can damage your tooth enamel. Call our office and we can help you remove any objects that are causing you tooth pain.
Dental pain, sensitivity, and toothaches may have a variety of causes. The most common causes of dental pain include TMJ disorders, dental injuries, or tooth decay. Contact our dental office if you have severe or chronic tooth pain. We will find the cause of your pain or sensitivity.
Broken or Lost Restoration
If you have just broken a dental crown, dental bridge, or denture, do not attempt to place it back in your mouth. Please bring your restoration to our office if you find it. We will provide you with a new restoration if we cannot salvage your broken restoration.
It is normal for patients to experience some bleeding after tooth extractions. However, it is abnormal for patients to experience bleeding for days after a dental procedure. Contact us immediately if bleeding has not stopped at your tooth socket. Typically, blood clots form at extraction sites. Excessive bleeding needs to be addressed by a dental professional.
Call Our Dental Office Today
If you have an emergency or want to schedule a routine appointment, call 215-770-1081. For non-emergency services, you may also request a dental consultation with our team online. Please let us know if you have any questions or concerns about your developing dental concerns. We will be glad to help you get the answers you need.