Auburn WA Emergency Dental Care & 98001 Partial Dentures

Emergency Dental Care in Auburn WA, 98001

Call Us For A Free Quote: (855) 263-4605

We welcome you to our practice and deeply appreciate the opportunity to provide you and your child the best dental care from our dentists in Auburn. Every patient is special to our team. Our team takes great pride in making your dental experience as friendly, comfortable, and anxiety-free as possible. As multi-speciality providers, our patients can conveniently receive all the dental treatment they need in our centrally located state of the art facility in Auburn.

At 98001 Dental Care, we provide the highest quality of care to all out patients, to ensure that all emergencies, or non-emergencies are handled quickly, and helpfully.  Making an appointment with us for any dental need is the smart thing to do.  We offer same day walk-ins, and emergency dental care, yo make sure that anyone who needs help can get it.

 

Call Us at (855) 263-4605

 

What is a dental emergency?

When your dental health is at risk, sometimes you can’t wait for treatment. Common dental emergencies include:

  • A broken jaw
  • Loose or lost fillings
  • Cracked or broken teeth
  • Severe toothache or pain
  • Losing a permanent tooth
  • Object caught between teeth

When you experience tooth pain or trauma, it’s important to get medical attention as soon as possible. If the nerves in your teeth become damaged, it can cause additional pain and increase your risk of infection.

What should I do if I lose a permanent tooth?

If you lose a permanent tooth, make an appointment with us at (855) 263-4605 immediately. While you wait, keep your tooth moist and handle it as little as possible. If possible, return the tooth into its socket, bite down on a wet tea bag or some gauze to hold it in place.

You can also rinse the tooth off and save it in a small amount of milk or saliva until your appointment.

To reduce bleeding from the tooth socket, a cold, wet compress can be applied.

What if I have a severe toothache?

While you wait for your appointment, use warm water to rinse your mouth to remove any debris that might be in your teeth. You might also try gently flossing to free food stuck between your teeth.

Don’t apply pain relievers or aspirin to your teeth or gums, but a cool compress or ice pack held against the area can provide some relief.

What are emergency dental care services?

Your emergency dental care services depend on your dental emergency. Our Doctors are equipped with state-of-the-art dental technology to address every emergency situation including digital X-rays.

Dental emergency care includes:

  • Fillings to repair damage or decay
  • Root canals to treat infected tooth pulp
  • Crowns to provide protection for damaged teeth

If you need emergency dental care, we can accommodate same-day appointments and has staff on call 24 hours a day; call or schedule an appointment online, at (855) 263-4605.

 

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