In the event that a tooth has been knocked out of your mouth, be sure to keep the tooth moist (if possible place it back in the socket). You can also store the tooth between your cheek and gums or in milk. Contact our emergency dentist in Katy, TX to receive emergency dental services.
If you’ve chipped, cracked, fractured or broken a tooth, use warm water to rinse your mouth and clean the affected area. If swelling is present, use a cold compress to reduce swelling. Contact Dr. Teeth for emergency dental care in Katy.
If you have bitten your lip or tongue, thoroughly and gently clean the wound with water, and if swelling is present apply a cold compress.
Typically, a toothache comes on slowly; however, sudden, severe toothaches do occur on occasion. Thoroughly clean your teeth and rinse with warm water. Gently floss between your teeth to try and remove any debris. If the toothache persists, contact our Katy, TX emergency dentist for an appointment.
Have you experienced a dental emergency? Don’t hesitate to contact Dr. Teeth! Our emergency dentist is always happy to provide you with emergency dental care in your time of need.