New Patients 301-200-1315

Current Patients 301-490-7007

14440 Cherry Lane Ct Suite 209 Laurel, MD 20707

Emergency Dentistry Laurel, MD

If you are experiencing a dental emergency, please call our office immediately.

Dental emergencies happen at the most inconvenient times. Fortunately, we are here to provide patients with emergency dental care as a part of our general dentistry services. If you are experiencing a dental emergency, it’s best to keep calm and call our office as soon as you can so that we can schedule you for our earliest appointment. We provide compassionate care to patients of all ages and are equipped to meet the unique needs of your smile in times of crisis. Simply call Laurel Smiles Dental Care at 301-200-1315.

Emergency Dentistry Laurel MD

Emergency Dentistry in Laurel MD

Common dental emergencies that our office treats include the following:

Knocked-out Tooth

In some cases, we are able to reattach a knocked-out tooth if it has been recovered properly. If your tooth dislodges, make sure to pick it up by the crown and avoid touching the roots. Additionally, you should attempt to play it back in its socket or place it into a warm glass of milk to keep it moist. Seek dental care immediately. The faster your knocked-out tooth is treated, the more likely we will be able to restore it without a prosthetic tooth replacement necessary.

Tooth Pain

Sudden tooth pain can be a sign of a variety of issues. If you have recently had a dental procedure done, this could mean that there is an infection at the incision site. You could also be experiencing tooth decay that is making your tooth more sensitive than usual. Cavities, gum disease, or a TMJ disorder are all possible culprits for your tooth pain, so you should seek out professional dental care to ensure your teeth, gums, and jaw are healthy. Take an over-the-counter pain reliever and contact our office immediately.

Bleeding Gums

While bleeding gums are not a dental emergency in most cases, it can be alarming to find blood in the sink after brushing or flossing. In most cases, this is due to plaque buildup around your teeth and you should schedule a dental cleaning at your earliest convenience to avoid the development of gum disease. However, if you have experienced facial trauma or a cut in your mouth, rinse your mouth out with salt water to keep the affected area clean. Contact our office immediately if your bleeding continues or gets worse.