At WinningSmiles Custom Dentistry & Implant Center, our team of experienced emergency dentists can help patients during any situation. No matter how mild or complex your emergency is, don't think twice about letting us know. Here are some tips for handling common dental emergencies that we see at our Fontana office:
If you have knocked your tooth out, try to locate it and handle it gently.
Avoid touching the roots and keep it moist by either placing the tooth in your mouth or a cup of milk until we can see you. We will do our best to save the tooth, especially if we can see you right after the injury. If we cannot save the tooth, we can go over your options for replacing it, including a dental bridge, dentures, or dental implants.
Damaging your tooth is one of the most common dental emergencies—playing sports and car accidents are the biggest culprits. Dr. Koperly can establish whether your tooth is healthy or needs additional support from a dental crown.
Our dental prosthetics create beautiful restorations that look and feel natural. Our emergency dental office can provide accurate information on what your options are and how to restore a broken tooth. Call today to schedule an appointment at (909) 822-3003.
Your dentist may recommend porcelain veneers if a part of your tooth chips. Your Fontana dentist can establish that your tooth will not fracture further and has enough tooth structure to stand on its own.
As your emergency dentists, we will go over your dental situation and look for signs of infection. We prioritize keeping our patients healthy and pain-free; they can trust us to remove any infection and maintain healthy teeth and gums.
Your Emergency Dentist Can Help You
At WinningSmiles Custom Dentistry & Implant Center, we work with our patients through their hardest moments. If you are experiencing dental pain, we can help relieve your pain and treat your issue.
We know that emergencies usually happen when you least expect it, which is why we make ourselves available for last-minute emergency calls. Don't wait for dental problems to get better on their own. Some oral health problems can only be treated by a dental professional.