How to Define a Dental Emergency

Dental emergencies require immediate treatment to stop ongoing tissue bleeding or severe pain or infection.

Here are some of the most common dental emergencies:

  • Severe tooth pain or swelling
  • Chipped, broken, or knocked out tooth
  • Dental abscesses and other oral infections

If you are experiencing any of the symptoms, do not delay your treatment. Delaying treatment may have significant negative results.

Regular dental checkups are important

Good oral health is the key to avoiding dental emergencies. Practicing daily oral care and making routine dental visits will help you achieve long-term oral health. Our dentists are here to educate patients with oral care tips and preventative measures to help you avoid encountering a future dental emergency.

Emergency Dentist in Lansing

When you have a dental emergency, it is important to visit your dentist as soon as possible. Our dentist in Lansing reserves time in their daily schedules for emergency patients. To make an appointment or learn more about our emergency care, call us today at (517) 921-0091.

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