Emergency Dental Services in Roseville
No matter how well you take care of your teeth, a dental emergency can happen to anyone. Whether you’re dealing with a tooth knocked out, severe oral pain, or lost dental work, Dr. Satbir K. Kahlon provides the emergency treatment you need to restore your smile to health. Our office provides emergency dental services in Roseville for patients of all ages.
If you have a dental emergency, you need immediate, reliable care. Contact our office today.
Our Emergency Dental Care
When you contact us with a dental emergency, we are dedicated to helping you receive the care you need as quickly as possible without compromising the quality of service. We make every effort to fit emergency patients into our office hours on the same day you contact us, so your dental health receives the timely and effective care it needs.
Dr. Kahlon can treat a wide array of dental emergencies. Contact us if you experience:
- Severe tooth or jaw ache
- Teeth that have been knocked out
- Broken, chipped, or fractured teeth
- A gum abscess
- Swelling in the cheek or face
- Damaged or dislodged dental work (such as a filling or crown)
How to Prepare for Your Emergency Visit
Dr. Kahlon strives to ensure that the emergency needs of our patients are met as quickly as possible, scheduling you at the soonest availability. While you are waiting for your dental appointment, there are some things you can do to ease any pain you are experiencing and improve the success of your treatment.
Document Your Symptoms: If you are experiencing tooth pain, swelling, or other symptoms where you are unsure of the source, make a list of symptoms and bring it to your appointment. This will keep you from forgetting to mention something, and can help Dr. Kahlon evaluate your situation and provide treatment more quickly.
Preserve Your Teeth and Dental Work: If a tooth has been knocked out or broken, collect the tooth or any pieces. Be careful to handle the tooth by the crown, not the roots. Rinse your tooth or dental work in water or milk, and do not use soap to clean it. Return the tooth to the empty socket if possible; otherwise, keep it stored in milk until your appointment.
Address Pain the Right Way: You can reduce pain by applying a cold compress to your face in the affected region. Never apply ice or cold directly to a tooth or gums. You may also take over-the-counter pain relievers, such as ibuprofen or aspirin, to alleviate pain.
Disclose All Medication: While the dentist generally does not prescribe medicine, it is important for her to know of any medication you are taking. This will help her prepare for any side effects that may impact treatment, or illuminate a disease or medication that could be a factor in your dental emergency. List all medications you are taking or have taken recently, including any pain relievers.
Dr. Kahlon and her staff are passionate about helping Roseville patients and families find relief from their dental pain. If you are facing a dental emergency, contact our Roseville family dental practice today.