Phinney Ridge Dental
A Great Dentist

Common Dental Emergencies

November 19, 2021
|
Posted By: Phinney Ridge Dental

Nothing interrupts a fun time more than a broken, cracked, or chipped tooth. Not only are dental mishaps frustrating, but they are also painful and can pose a threat to a person's overall oral health.

At Phinney Ridge Dental, Dr. Michah Bickel is a gentle and experienced emergency dentist who can diagnose your dental problem and provide you with the treatment you need. 

Here are some common dental emergencies in Seattle. 

Toothache 

Dental pain isn't typically a good sign. Though toothaches aren't always an emergency, they can quickly evolve into one. Tooth pain can indicate a more serious concern that may need immediate treatment, such as an infection or deep decay. 

Broken or Chipped Tooth 

A broken or chipped tooth can mar your smile's appearance and negatively impact your oral health. A severe injury to the tooth can result in nerve damage, pain, and additional dental wear or damage. We can promptly repair your broken or chipped tooth using cosmetic-quality restorations. 

Lost or Damaged Restoration

A lost or damaged restoration, such as a dental filling or crown, can be painful and pose a risk to the health of your teeth and gums. If you have a broken, worn, or lost restoration, we can replace it with a durable and reliable one. 

Abscess

Oral infections are dangerous, especially when near the tooth's root or between a tooth and gum tissue. An untreated oral infection can spread to surrounding teeth, gum tissues, and the rest of the body.

If you're unsure if you have an abscess, check your mouth for any painful bumps or swollen spots. Call your dentist immediately if you have an abscess or find other signs of an oral infection. 

Bleeding or Pain After Tooth Extraction

It's normal to have some mild pain or bleeding after a dental extraction. However, you should call your dentist if these symptoms persist.

Contact an Emergency Dentist Near Me 

At Phinney Ridge Dental, we want to get you out of pain as quickly as possible. Dr. Micah Bickel is an emergency dentist in Seattle who can quickly and effectively treat your oral health emergency.

Our dental office is a comfortable and relaxing environment, and we use state-of-the-art technology to ensure the most accurate, personalized, and pain-free dental care possible. 

If you are experiencing an urgent dental problem, please don't hesitate to call us at (206) 782-8370

We are here to help you get your smile back on track! 

If you have difficulty using our website, please email us or call us at (206) 782-8370
View the ADA Accessibility Statement