Emergency Dental Care
If you have a dental emergency and need to see an Everett dentist, Crow Family Dentistry is committed to assisting anyone experiencing dental pain.
There is nothing worse than being up all night with a toothache and not being able to see a dentist immediately! Because of this, we will fit new or established dental emergency patients into our schedule.
If you have a dental emergency and would like to see a dentist, call 425-258-2633 and let our receptionist know that YOU ARE IN PAIN and have a dental emergency. Our Everett dentists have put together some important information for you about several dental emergency topics. We have also included some dental links to further assist you in understanding and handling your dental pain.
Dental pain is nature’s way of telling you that there’s a problem. You should see a dentist immediately because you might have a dental infection. If a dental infection is left untreated it may result in facial swelling and the need for the dentist to place you in a hospital.
If it is after normal business hours consider calling your dentist. If you are an established patient, pain reducing and antibiotic medications can be called into a pharmacy for you until you can get in to the dental office to see the dentist.
Lost, Broken, Or Chipped Fillings Or Teeth
If you’re not experiencing dental pain there’s usually less of an immediate need to see a dentist right away. However, the problem with your filling may be due to an underlying painless cavity in your tooth. Delay in seeing a dentist may result in the decay growing, eventual tooth pain and potentially more costly dental treatment.
A Knocked Out Tooth
In this case you must go to a dentist or local emergency room immediately with the tooth that came out. Hold the tooth in your cheek or place it in a glass of milk until you can get to a dentist in Everett. In many cases the dentist can place your tooth back into its socket. However, you must see the dentist immediately to better the chances of this procedure working.