Emergency Dentistry


Are You Experiencing Bad Tooth Pain?

Emergency Dentist In Irving, Texas

No matter how well you take care of your teeth by brushing and flossing regularly, you may still experience a dental emergency. It could be something minor, like a slight throbbing sensation in your tooth that persists until it becomes more than just discomfort.
The thing about dental emergencies is that they often occur unexpectedly and at the worst possible time. Even if it’s outside of regular hours, on a weekend, or during a holiday, please don’t hesitate to contact Cottonwood Dental. We’re always available to see you on the same day and provide the necessary care to ease your pain and discomfort.


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Don’t Ignore Tooth Pain—We Are Here

If you are going through severe tooth pain, have suffered a mouth or teeth injury, or have lost a tooth, do not hesitate to contact your emergency dentist. Dr. Patel and his friendly team will assist you in every possible way by providing you with tips and guidance until you can visit us in person. You don’t need to be an existing patient to receive our high-quality service; we understand how challenging it can be to find a trustworthy dental professional during a dental emergency.

How to Handle a Dental Emergency?

Call us right away if you’ve been in an accident or experienced trauma so we can schedule a consultation with Dr. Patel, who will examine your teeth to check for fractures or breaks. During your appointment, we will conduct a comprehensive checkup of your teeth and gums to identify any damage, particularly below the gum line.

In case you have lost a tooth, it is essential that we see you within the first few hours. There are specific actions you can take to improve your chances of saving your tooth. The tooth root must not dry out, and you can keep it in a glass of water, milk, or even in your mouth until you arrive at our clinic.

When you experience sudden, unbearable tooth pain, another common dental emergency occurs. Tooth pain may indicate a tooth infection, tooth decay, an abscess, or other dental issues. We may need to perform an emergency root canal to save your tooth and relieve your pain. Don’t hesitate to contact us if you’re experiencing any of these symptoms.

Types of Dental Emergencies?

Dental emergencies involve anything abnormal or unusual in your dental health—from a loose dental filling to a broken tooth. Typical dental emergencies we see include:

  • Infection
  • Injury or trauma to face or mouth
  • Mild to severe tooth pain
  • Fractured or broken tooth
  • Bleeding or swollen gums
  • Damaged dentures
  • Lost dental fillings
  • Lost dental crown
  • Unusual tooth sensitivity
  • Abscessed tooth
  • Gum disease
    If you’re unsure about your oral health situation, give our dentist’s office a call so we can determine how critical your dental needs are. We can offer support and guidance until you can see us.

Schedule An Appointment At Cottonwood Dental

Request an appointment online and we will do our best to accommodate you. Please note we will respond to online requests as soon as possible during our working hours. If your matter is urgent, we encourage you to give us a call at (972) 261-1166.
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