Emergency Dental Care in Lynnwood
Immediate Dental Care Near You & Nearest Emergency Dentist
If you’re experiencing a dental emergency, please contact Lynnwood Dental Studio by calling (425) 778 5665. We provide emergency services including root canal therapy and tooth extractions. We also offer a variety of general dentistry procedures, gingivitis and gum disease treatment, oral cancer screenings. If you are worried that your teeth are affected by decay or injury, we provide restorative and cosmetic services. If you have lost any teeth, we can create natural-looking replacements with custom-made bridges or dentures. We will help you to repair or restore chipped or cracked teeth. We also offer dental implants, crowns, composite and porcelain fillings, and veneers. If you grind your teeth during sleep, contact us for night guards to treat bruxism.
Urgent Care Dental & Emergency Dental Near You
When you are in need of a dental emergency, you need a Lynnwood dentist near home or office who can offer emergency services you need and can accommodate you on the same day. At Lynnwood Dental Studio, we offer same-day emergency dental treatment including tooth extractions during regular office hours for both new and existing patients.
Our Emergency Dental Services
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Dental Emergency? Need a same-day appointment for your urgent dental care? LOOKING FOR NEAREST EMERGENCY DENTIST?
Lynnwood dental studio is your closest dental office that provides high-quality regular and emergency dental services at affordable prices.
Make an online appointment now, call us or walk-in. We will never turn away when you have a dental emergency or when you in need of dental emergency care.
When toothache happens, it decides to an abscess on a weekend or in the evening, what do you do?
Whom are you going to call? At the same time, you don’t want to go to ER. Fortunately, you will never need to wait long when you depend on our emergency dentist for your urgent dental care needs for toothache or any dental emergency. There's never a reason to deal with pain or discomfort.
Unfortunately, sometimes dental emergencies are unavoidable -- no matter how conscientious you are about your teeth care.
Reach out to us if you are experiencing tooth pain or other dental problems.
Dentist at Lynnwood Dental studio has more than 10 years’ experience in providing Emergency dental care alone.
Call us at (425) 778 5665 to speak with one of our knowledgeable team members. We serve patients in Lynnwood, WA, and all surrounding areas.
What should I do in a dental emergency?
Stay calm. Focus on stopping the bleeding and protecting the injured tooth or area by following appropriate instructions in this section.
Never take aspirin or ibuprofen for a dental emergency because they are anticoagulants which can cause excessive bleeding. To alleviate pain, take acetaminophen as directed on the packaging label. Injuries to your teeth and gums can result in infection or other complications -- so make sure you see your dentist immediately.
If your emergency is life-threatening, dial 911 for Emergency Medical Services or go immediately to a hospital emergency room.
If you are having severe dental pain or toothache emergency, the most common causes are debris lodged under the gum line, a lost filling or crown, a cracked or broken tooth, or an infection. Only a thorough examination by your dentist can determine the underlying cause of severe pain. Make an appointment with your dentist as soon as you can.
Until you see your dentist, apply ice to the painful area for 10-20 minutes of every hour. To alleviate pain, take acetaminophen as directed on the packaging label.
If you are suspecting possible broken jaw, do not move your jaw. Secure your jaw in place with a handkerchief, necktie, or towel around the jaw and over the top of the head. Use cold compresses to reduce swelling. Go to the emergency room immediately.
What should I do for a severe toothache?
There is no reason to wait.
Emergency dentist in Lynnwood Dr. Suman Chintala is on call.
Frequently Asked Questions about Dental Emergency
Food or febris trapped between teeth?
While this commonly occurs, it is not a dental emergency. To dislodge the food or debris, try trying a small knot in the middle of some dental floss. Carefully insert between your teeth and floss (never a sharp or pointed object). Be gentle so you do not cut the gum tissue. If you are unable to remove the object or food particle, see your dentist right away.
What should I do when I have toothache emergency?
Clean your mouth out by rinsing thoroughly with warm water. Gently floss around the tooth to remove any food particles that may be trapped between your teeth or just under your gum line. If your tooth continues to hurt, see your dentist as soon as possible.
Bitten tongue or lip emergency?
A small cut (less than 1/4 inch) is likely to heal itself.
Carefully wipe the area clean with gauze or a cloth. Apply a cold compress, ice pack, or small bag of frozen fruit or vegetables to the area to minimize swelling.
If the cut is larger than 1/4 inch, or if bleeding does not stop after 10 minutes of cold treatment, go to the emergency room.
What should I do when my roof of mouth is burning?
Eating very hot food can burn the roof of your mouth. These painful sores and blisters typically heal on their own. If they have not healed after 10 days, see your dentist.
In the meantime, use warm salt water rinses (1/8 of a teaspoon in 8 ounces of water) after meals to keep the area clean. If pain relief is needed use a topical oral anesthetic (found over-the-counter at your pharmacy). You can also take acetaminophen as directed on the packaging label.
What should I do in case of mouth sores emergency?
If your mouth sores are caused by having new braces, apply a topical anesthetic (available over-the-counter at your pharmacy). To alleviate pain, take acetaminophen as directed on the packaging label.
What should I do in case of pain, swelling, or abscess emergency?
See your dentist right away because gum pain or swelling can be the symptoms of an abscess (infection) that forms in gum tissue or in a tooth's root and the area that surrounds it. There are many reasons why gums can swell, become painful, or abscess. Only a thorough exam by your Dentist can identify the underlying cause.
If the abscess ruptures, you may experience a sudden rush of foul-smelling and foul-tasting fluid from the swollen or painful area. Rinse your mouth with warm water immediately.
For a day or two after braces or retainers have been adjusted, you may experience discomfort. To help alleviate discomfort, rinse your mouth with warm salt water or take acetaminophen as directed on the packaging label.
Piece of Appliance Swallowed?
Call 911 immediately and go to the hospital emergency room for treatment.
A Poking Wire?
Call your Orthodontist to describe the situation and schedule an appointment. Use a Q-tip or pencil eraser to push the wire flat against the tooth. If the wire cannot be moved into a comfortable position, cover it with dental wax (available over-the-counter at your pharmacy).
What should I do in case of my bracket knocked Off?
Call your Orthodontist to describe the situation and schedule an appointment. If the loose bracket has rotated on the wire and is sticking out, attempt to turn it back into its normal position. To minimize the movement of the loose brace, use dental wax (available over-the-counter at your pharmacy).
Lost Wire or Ligature?
Schedule an appointment with your Orthodontist. If you found the rubber ligature, you may be able to put it back in place using sterile tweezers.
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