If you are looking for an expert dentist who handles dental emergencies, you will want to become familiar with our dental practice, Brooklyn Dental Group. Our dentist, Dr. Martin Bodek, will be able to provide you with prompt treatment for any dental emergencies that may occur in your household. Of course no one ever anticipates needing a Brooklyn emergency dentist, but there are many different types of dental problems which warrant emergency treatment.
If you ever have a dental emergency, simply contact our practice to see our Brooklyn emergency dentist. Our office staff should be told about the exact reason for your call so they will be able to make sure that you see our dentist on a timely basis. When you have a dental emergency that injures the tooth or gums, you will want to see our dentist to decrease the chances of any permanent damage occurring later on. If you have a painful toothache, you should make an appointment to come in as soon as possible. If you have an infected tooth that needs root canal treatment, the sooner you see us the better. A dental infection can spread quickly, and spread to other parts of your body as well. The sooner a root canal therapy is performed, the more likely it is that your tooth will be saved. When a tooth is infected, and causes pain, the infection will never get better on its own without proper treatment from our dental office.
If you have a tooth that is knocked out, you will want to save the tooth if possible. Immediately contact our practice and they will give you care instructions as to how to safely transport the tooth during your trip to our office. When a tooth is knocked out, time is definitely of the essence. You will need to see our Brooklyn emergency dentist immediately. There is a chance that the tooth can be saved, so be sure to not hesitate to call us immediately after this occurs. If the tooth is chipped or broken, you will also want to save all the pieces and bring them with you to our office. Having an object caught between your teeth also is a dental emergency. If you lose a filling, you will also want to see us as soon as possible so that the filling can be replace and infection will not enter the tooth. If you have a lost crown, or a veneer that has fallen out, you will also want to see us on an emergency basis. Of course we are here to help you with all of your regular dental needs, on a nonemergency basis as well.