Injuries to the mouth and lips including lacerations and abrasions
Have you ever wondered what you would do in an emergency situation if a member of your family had an injury to the mouth and lips including lacerations and abrasions? Who would you call if you had a painful toothache or suddenly chipped a tooth? You will want to keep the name and phone number of our practice handy just in case you ever need an emergency dental office in Valhalla – we will always be ready to help you.
At Urgent Care Dental we provide the highest level of emergency dental care. Our dentists are highly trained and experienced in providing emergency treatment for a wide variety of dental situations. Our state-of-the-art office makes it easy for us to provide the highest level of care using the newest techniques and equipment, while keeping our patients comfortable. At our emergency dental office in Valhalla we have several highly trained emergency dentist on staff. Our Dental Administrator is Dr. Scott Loeser. Dr. Loeser is known to be a dedicated and innovative dental professional. Our other highly skilled and expert dentists are: Dr. Jennifer Chan, Dr. Kyung E. Sung, and Dr. Jason Katz. All of our dentists are skilled emergency dentists. Should you need to find an emergency dental office in Valhalla, Urgent Care Dental will be the place you can come to where you know you will receive expert emergency dental treatment. We are available nights and weekends for treatment.
There are many different reasons that may bring you to our emergency dental office in Valhalla. Sometimes patients may experience an injury to the mouth and lips, such as lacerations and abrasions. Our dentists are well-versed in expertly fixing these serious problems. Another common dental emergency is when a tooth is knocked out. In this case, rinse off the tooth holding it by its crown. If possible, gently place the tooth back into its socket; do not force it back into place. If this is not possible, put the tooth in a glass of milk or a glass of water with a pinch of salt and contact our office immediately. Other common emergency dental problems that we see on a regular basis include: toothaches; mouth trauma including a laceration or a lost tooth; lost filling; lost crowns; loose veneers; abscessed teeth; loose teeth; a chipped tooth; dental implant problems; oral and tooth infections; and a wide variety of other dental problems. Our emergency dental care will be available when you need it. We will be ready to provide the immediate care and pain relief that you or your family member urgently needs.