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Nashville, TN’s Immediate Dental Emergency Relief

Whether it’s an excruciating toothache waking you up in the middle of the night or a knocked-out tooth from an unexpected accident, dental emergencies should not be taken lightly. Spalding Green Dental Health understands these can happen anytime and require prompt care. In many cases, these dental emergencies cause further damage if left untreated. Seeking prompt emergency care can prevent the issue from worsening and save your tooth or oral health. Every minute counts in moments like these, and we’re here to make sure those precious minutes aren’t going to waste with our emergency dentistry services in the Nashville, TN area.

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Signs You Might Need Emergency Dental Work

Big or small, our dentistry will treat every emergency with the efficiency, care, and mastery you deserve. From infections to unforeseen mishaps, we will diagnose your emergency and get you back to your everyday routine quickly. Don’t know if your issue is an emergency?

Here Are a Few Examples of Dental Emergencies

Severe Toothache

Severe toothaches are often signs of an underlying issue such as infection or decay. If you're experiencing intense, persistent pain in your tooth, it's best to seek emergency dental care as soon as possible.

Knocked-Out Tooth

A knocked-out tooth requires immediate attention to increase the chances of saving the tooth. If you cannot reinsert it yourself, try placing it in milk until you get to the dentist to potentially save it.

Cracked or Broken Tooth

A cracked or broken tooth can cause pain and sensitivity and leave your tooth vulnerable to infection. If this happens to you, use a cold compress to reduce swelling after rinsing with warm water. Emergency dental care may be needed to stop further damage.

Lost Filling or Crown

Losing a filling or crown can expose the tooth and cause discomfort. If you've lost one, try to find it and keep it in a safe place. Avoid eating on that side of your mouth until you can get expert help.

Bleeding or Swollen Gums

This can be a sign of gum disease. If your gums are bleeding regularly or are swollen and tender, seek emergency dental care. Untreated, it could lead to tooth loss.

Trust Us for Your Emergency Dental Needs

That sudden pain and shock of a dental emergency is scary. We want you to be able to place your trust in our team in crucial moments like that. With our decades of experience, we will provide you with compassionate care to help you feel at ease knowing we are giving you the proper fixes. We’ve seen it all and are equipped to handle any dental emergency thrown at us. Reach out to us to wave goodbye to your pain.

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