Dental Emergency in Roslyn Heights
Dental Associates for Kids Only, LLP provides emergency services in Roslyn Heights, NY. To learn more or schedule an appointment, call 516-625-3806.
What is Emergency Dentistry?
We would love to say that toothaches and dental trauma only happen during business hours, but that’s just not the case. Kids are active and busy and may not even realize that their tooth hurts until the day begins to slow down in the evening. Regardless of the time, you may have a dental emergency on your hands.
While all dental issues involving things we are unfamiliar may feel like an emergency, not all require an immediate response. Some may be seen as scheduled emergency appointments.
If your child is experiencing any of the following, contact Dental Associates for Kids Only, LLP right away.
- Severe toothache
- Abscessed tooth
- Knocked-out tooth
- Broken or cracked tooth
- Lost crown or filling
At Dental Associates for Kids Only, LLP., we use many different restorative dental procedures that allow us to handle most dental emergencies. This includes procedures such as:
- Dental crowns
- Composite fillings
Why Choose Dental Associates for Kids Only, LLP?
Going through a dental emergency or dealing with a painful tooth can really upset kids. Having a dentist that they are comfortable and familiar with – who always shows a high level of compassion and gentle care – can make the situation much more manageable.
At Dental Associates for Kids Only, LLP., we never want our young patients to have to deal with tooth pain longer than necessary. This is why we make ourselves available to assist when the unexpected arises. Your child will find comfort here.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I take my child to the ER for a dental emergency?
No. Hospitals are unable to provide dental care. However, in certain circumstances, they may be able to provide medication to ease the pain.
Should I be concerned if my child’s jaw is swelling?
Absolutely. When an infection is present, your child needs to be seen by the dentist. Swelling of the face, neck, or cheeks may be a sign that tooth infection is spreading – and you will want to have it addressed as soon as possible.
Is a cracked tooth a dental emergency?
Anytime a tooth has suffered trauma it is important to have it addressed as soon as possible with an appointment. If your child is in pain or the crack reaches the gumline, this could become an emergency.
To learn more or schedule an appointment, call 516-625-3806.