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Call us now at (407) 871-3143 to get fast help for dental emergencies in Orlando. Our dentists provide same-day emergency dental service for patients who need urgent attention. You are guaranteed to be seen on time and on the same day. It may be for an aching tooth, a lost filling, broken dentures, or a possible broken jaw. Whatever your emergency, it’s important to see our team right away. We will:

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  • Provide pain relief and help you avoid further complications.
  • If needed, administer inhaled sedation with laughing gas to help you relax.
  • Advise you on needed treatments to repair your smile.
  • Offer you follow-up care to help you maintain a healthy and attractive smile.

If you’re hurting, don’t wait another minute to call us: (407) 871-3143. New patients will receive an emergency exam and necessary X-rays for only $1! We’re located at 3221 S. Conway Road, Suite C – between Lake Margaret Drive and Anderson Road.

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New Patient With An Emergency? Call for a $1 Appointment!

Know What to Do When Faced With a Dental Disaster

A dental emergency could happen at any time. If it is after hours or you are waiting for help, follow these first-aid tips based on your situation:

  • Toothache – Rinse your mouth with warm water to flush away food particles or debris. If there is swelling, apply a cold compress over the area. Take Advil, Motrin, or Tylenol for pain. If your toothache is accompanied by fever or swelling that interferes with breathing, have someone drive you to the nearest emergency room.
  • Soft Tissue Injury (lips, cheeks, tongue, or gums) – An Injury to tissues in or around your mouth is likely to cause bleeding. Apply a moist gauze pad or tea bag on the area and hold in place for at least 15 minutes. You can also use a cold compress over the cheek to relieve pain and swelling. If bleeding does not stop or is severe, visit an emergency room immediately.
  • Broken or Knocked-Out Tooth – Find the broken part, hold it by the crown (top of the tooth), and rinse it gently to remove dirt. Do not for any reason touch the root of the tooth! Try to place it back in its socket and hold it there. Otherwise, place the tooth in a container with saliva, milk, or salt water. The sooner you see the dentist, the better the chances of reattaching the tooth or having it properly extracted.
  • Broken Dental Appliance – Don’t try to repair broken dentures or appliances, as you might cause further damage. Remove the appliance from your mouth and place it in a container, or try to reposition the broken piece into a more comfortable position. Then give us a call!
  • Loose Crown –Apply a small amount of dental cement or toothpaste on the inside surface of the crown, then try to reattach it. If that’s not possible, then be sure to bring the crown with you to your emergency appointment.

Call us now for any Orlando dental emergencies: (407) 871-3143. Get expert help fast!

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