Are you experiencing mouth pain or discomfort? Have you suffered a dental trauma? Are you looking for a dentist near you?
Distinguishing between a dental emergency and a less urgent issue is an important first step. While some oral health concerns can wait for medical attention, others cannot.
To determine if emergency dentistry is needed, first ask yourself a few basic questions. Are you bleeding or in severe pain? Have you knocked out a tooth? Are any of your teeth loose? A loose tooth is a critical concern even without pain.
Do you have an abscess or any other signs of infection? Have you noticed swelling on your gums or face?
An emergency dental visit is necessary if you experience:
So, if you have any of these symptoms, call us right away at Tarpon Shores Dental, your emergency dentist in Sarasota, Venice and Englewood, FL. Mild to moderate tooth pain can wait for a scheduled appointment without signs of fever or swelling. Lost or damaged dental work can also usually wait a few days.
But when you’re in pain and need a dentist who can handle a “dental emergency near me,” call Tarpon Shores Dental, today.