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Dental Emergencies in Naples, FL

You don’t plan to have dental injuries or toothaches, but they happen to people every day. When you have dental emergencies in Naples, FL, you want to call us as soon as you are able so that we can help you get relief. We will:

  • Provide same-day services in most cases
  • Give you the treatment you need to stop your pain
  • Prevent problems from becoming worse
  • Prepare your mouth for follow-up care to repair your oral health
  • Get you ready to rebuild your smile

You should act quickly when you or someone you love needs emergency dental care. Reach out to Naples Dental Professionals right away to reach one of our doctors and get the relief you need and deserve. Call 239-429-0258 for our 4522 Executive Dr. #101 office or 239-977-9120 for 1121 Health Park Blvd., Suite 600.

Get Emergency Dental Care to Resolve Your Discomfort

We never want to see a patient in pain, but we are more than prepared to help you when you need treatment for a dental issue. Call us as soon as you can in those situations. Before you get to us, you can take some steps to minimize the effects of your emergency problem with a little dental first aid. Here are some common situations and what you should do:

  • Broken  Tooth – Find and save any broken pieces. Rinse your mouth and apply gauze to the affected area to stop bleeding. Apply ice or a cold pack to reduce pain and swelling.
  • Knocked-Out Tooth – If you can find the tooth, pick it up by the crown. Rinse it and rinse your mouth. Use gauze if needed to stop the bleeding. If possible, place the tooth back in its socket. If it doesn’t stay, put the tooth in a container of milk or saliva. Take over-the-counter pain medicine and apply an ice pack or cold pack to reduce pain and swelling.
  • Loose Adult Tooth – Again, you can use over-the-counter medicine or cold packs to manage pain and swelling. Try to avoid touching the tooth, which can make it looser.
  • Loose or Broken Crown – If the crown has fallen off, you want to clean the inside. Then apply some dental cement or toothpaste as a temporary measure to keep it in place until you reach our office.
  • Lost Filling – Use dental cement or sugar-free gum to fill the space in your tooth until you are able to get a replacement filling.
  • Toothache – Toothaches can occur for multiple reasons, including severe decay and infections. If you have this, try rinsing your mouth with warm water. Apply a cold pack or take over-the-counter medicine to relieve pain and swelling.

Dental problems should not be ignored. They are unlikely to go away on their own. If you are in pain because of your teeth, you need to get help. Call Naples Dental Professionals as soon as you are able. We know that dental emergencies don’t follow office hours, so you can call us on evenings and weekends, too.

Restore & Protect Your Oral Health

After we address your immediate problem, we will do everything that we can to rebuild your healthy smile. This starts with restorative dentistry. Using services like fillings, crowns, and implants, we can fix or replace teeth so your teeth look and function as well as new. We then want to keep you smiling for many years to come with general dental care such as professional cleanings and exams.

Let us help you feel like yourself again. Turn to our team for help during your dental emergencies in Naples, FL. Contact us online for preventive and restorative treatments. For the fastest help, call 239-429-0258 (Executive Drive) or 239-977-9120 (Health Park).

Common Questions About Dental Emergencies

Can you help with my dental emergency?

Over our decades of service, we have helped countless patients with their dental emergencies. If you come to us in pain, we’ll eliminate it and put your smile back on track just like we have for so many other people. Our dentists and staff members are fully trained to provide you the best treatment possible, as fast as possible.

What can you do for my dental emergency?

When you see us for an emergency, one of our first goals will be to get you out of pain. We will determine the cause of the emergency and work to alleviate any pain as soon as possible. In addition, we have sedation to help calm any anxious nerves you may be experiencing. Your comfort is our top concern.

What are common dental emergencies?

If you are in severe pain, that qualifies as an emergency, regardless of the underlying cause. However, some common dental emergencies include a dislodged tooth, broken teeth, mouth trauma, cuts to your gums, advanced infections, painful cavities, and more. You don’t need to remember the list, just the place you’ll want to go to, which is here!

Can I prevent dental emergencies?

No one can anticipate every possible dental emergency, but you can take steps to reduce your odds of having such a problem. Following ADA recommendations – brushing and flossing daily and getting regular dental cleanings – reduces your risk of tooth infections and gum disease. Wearing athletic mouthguards during sports can protect your teeth from injuries.