Emergency Kids Dentist in Phoenix

Dental emergencies can cause extreme discomfort, and make someone feel like a nervous wreck. Don’t worry- we’re here to help! Magic Smiles Dental is proud to offer emergency dentists at our Phoenix locations!

Emergency Dentistry: First Things First

The first thing to do when you have an emergency is to call our office immediately, even if it is after hours. If you are calling during office hours, we will find a time to work you into our schedule as soon as possible, preferably the very same day. Our goal is to keep you comfortable, and protect the future of your smile!

If the office is closed, listen to the recording for our emergency phone line. This number is monitored at all times by one of our team members. Leave a thorough message and your call will be returned as quickly as possible. Our team members will instruct you as to what to do, and when you should be seen.

Keep Your Broken Tooth Safe

If you have a broken tooth, or if your entire tooth has been knocked out, place it in a cup of water or milk immediately. Do not attempt to clean it off.

Most of us are very germ-conscious and want to clean off a tooth after it has fallen on the ground. Unfortunately, scrubbing the tooth off can remove microscopic fibers that aid in tooth re-implantation or enamel bonding. Just place the tooth straight into the cup, and bring it with you when you come in to see the emergency dentist.

Take Ibuprofen For Discomfort/Pain

Ibuprofen (Motrin) should be taken before other pain relievers because it is an anti-inflammatory. This will alleviate pain better than drugs like acetaminophen (Tylenol) when pain from swelling or abscesses is occurring. You may also choose to alternate a cool/warm compress on the side of the face near the toothache.

Call Magic Smiles Dental Today For Urgent Dental Care!

Suffering from a chipped or cracked tooth? In need of a tooth extraction? Call Magic Smiles of Phoenix to see an emergency dentist today!

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