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Get Out Of Pain With Emergency Dental Treatment

If you are in pain, call our Charlotte, NC dentist office right now at 704-766-8662. We can likely see you today, so don’t hesitate to give us a call! During a dental emergency in Charlotte, NC area, you can expect:

Dr. Brian McNulty on Dental Emergencies Read Transcript
  • A same-day appointment
  • Triage capabilities
  • After-hours contact with a doctor
  • Gentle care to relieve the pain as soon as possible

Know What To Do During A Dental Emergencies

The doctors at McNulty and Dancausse General Dentistry have lots of experience dealing with dental emergencies. Once you get to our Charlotte, NC dental office, you will be in excellent hands, but what should you do in the meantime? Take a look below at some practical steps you can take to care for your mouth during an dental emergency.

  • Broken tooth/knocked-out tooth – In this situation, you want to handle the tooth very carefully. Gently rinse the tooth or pieces and immediately place it in a container of milk or saliva. Get to our office as quickly as possible.
  • Toothache – A toothache, especially if accompanied by swelling, tenderness, or redness, is often a sign of infection within your tooth. Gently rinse your mouth with lukewarm salt water, take an ibuprofen to ease the pain, and give us a call!

Preventive Dentistry Is The Secret To Avoiding Dental Emergencies

There is no way to prevent every emergency, but you can make those situations less likely by visiting the dentist office every six months for routine care. You will discover small problems (and have them dealt with) before they turn into dental emergencies. We can even check the strength of your dental appliances to prevent them from breaking or coming loose unexpectedly.

Call our Charlotte, NC dentist office today at 704-766-8662 to schedule an emergency dental appointment or a routine visit. We are here to help you when you need us most, so give us a call now.

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