Emergency Dentist in Raleigh

Emergency Dental Care in Raleigh

When unexpected dental problems come up, the team at Smileplicity Dentistry is here to help. Our caring experts know just what to do in an emergency to get you out of pain and back to optimal health. If you are experiencing a dental emergency, call us immediately to get the treatment you need to ensure a positive outcome. Contact us today or stop by our Raleigh office at 5816 Creedmoor Road, Suite 105, Raleigh NC, 27612.

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Emergency dentist in Raleigh

Need Immediate Care?

Signs of a Dental Emergency:

A permanent tooth has fallen out or been knocked out in an injury
Past dental work (a crown or filling) has fallen out or become loose
You are suffering from an extremely painful toothache that won’t go away
Your mouth or gums are bleeding excessively

What should I do in a dental emergency?

The most important thing to do in a dental emergency is to stay calm. If you are not panicked, you are able to keep a clear head and make better decisions for your oral health. In order to avoid further damage or harm to your dental health, it is also important to receive professional treatment as soon as possible. Contact our dentists in Raleigh now to schedule a same-day appointment or let us know that you are on your way, and Dr. Atari will assess your situation quickly to determine the best restorative options for you.

Do you offer same-day Dental appointments?

Yes! As part of our commitment to compassionate, quality care, we offer same-day appointments for emergency cases and we will do our best to get you in as soon as possible. We make sure that all of our patients are comfortable and cared for, especially during emergencies. Our friendly, knowledgeable team will assess your situation and develop a personalized treatment plan to meet all of your needs and restore your health efficiently. Come in right away to get out of pain and repair your smile.

What Do I Do If A permanent Tooth Is Knocked Out?

If your tooth was knocked out in an injury, there are a few things you can do to help ensure the best possible outcome as you prepare to come in for your emergency appointment.

First, recover the tooth and place it back in its socket, if possible. If it is too painful to place back in the socket, or if this isn’t possible for any reason, you can also place the tooth in a cup of cold milk or your own saliva. This will help keep the pulp alive and increase the chances of saving your tooth. Whatever you do, do not touch the root, you may damage it.

To treat pain before you arrive for your appointment, use a cold compress on the outside of your mouth. If you have any questions or you need to schedule an emergency appointment, contact our Raleigh office immediately.

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