White Park Dental
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When You Need Emergency Dental Care

April 27, 2020
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Posted By: White Park Dental
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Occasionally, patients experiencing situations that require urgent, immediate dental treatment. If you have a dental emergency our dentists are here for you. The staff at White Park Dental will treat dental emergencies as soon as possible, and do our best to help restore your comfort and your oral health.

At White Park Dental, we understand that toothaches and sudden oral health changes can be scary. But we want you to know that we treat dental emergencies all the time, working fast to ease the pain.

If you’re looking for an emergency dentist in Concord, NH look no further.

What is a dental emergency?

A dental emergency is any oral health condition that threatens your well-being, including a toothache. Common dental emergencies include:

  • Toothache
  • Jaw pain
  • Jaw swelling
  • Broken tooth or restoration
  • Tooth or restoration knocked out or knocked loose

One of the most common dental emergencies we see is root infections that require emergency root canal therapy. Signs of a root infection include:

  • Tooth sensitivity
  • Tooth pain
  • Gum blister
  • Jaw pain or swelling

With a root infection, you may not have every symptom. In fact, you can have a root infection without any symptoms if the nerve is damaged and does not conduct pain. In these cases, your dentist will discover the infection during your routine dental exam and schedule you for root canal therapy in short order.

Root canal therapy means removing the infected tooth root and any pulp, closing the area with a temporary filling, and placing a permanent filling or quality dental crown during a follow-up appointment. Of course, we make sure the area is sufficiently numb before starting treatment.

For Dental Emergencies in Concord, Contact Our Dental Office

If your oral health condition does not fit into one of the descriptions above, we still want to hear from you. A member of our team will assess your situation and make the right decision for your oral health.

Remember, when you need emergency dental care, we are here for you.

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We are excited to say our office is open and accepting new patients! While many things have changed, one thing has remained the same: our commitment to your safety and dental health. We look forward to seeing you again and are happy to answer any questions you may have.  To make an appointment please call our office at (603) 225-4143.

To learn about the recent changes to our infection control processes, please visit our COVID-19 Updates page.