Idaho Falls Emergency Dentistry When YOU Need It

You might have the best oral health of anyone in the entire world, but unfortunately, that does not exempt you from the possibility of a dental emergency. Dental emergencies can happen to anyone!

Although a dental emergency does not mean that you are necessarily doing a poor job of taking care of your teeth, it can definitely increases the likelihood of an emergency happening. Proper care and maintenance for your teeth is always a good idea if you are looking to minimize toothaches, infections and other dental emergencies.

Whatever the cause of your emergency, we have a number of options to help you get out of pain, and back to optimal oral health. If you are curious about the different types of dental emergencies, we will include a list here for your reading pleasure. If you are in the middle of a dental emergency, don’t take the time to read this whole post, just call our office and we will get you in as quickly as possible!

Procedures That Require an Emergency Dentist

Toothache

There are numerous causes for tooth aches and sensitivity. They can happen suddenly and can be almost crippling as far as pain goes. When you have a toothache, you don’t want to wait for several days. Contact the dentist Idaho Falls turns to for dental emergencies today at (208)529-0420!

Gum Infections

Gum infections can cause a lot of pain, and if they are not taken care of can lead to very serious problems down the road. If you notice swelling, redness or bleeding in your gums you should consult with your dentist or dental hygienist right away!

Broken Tooth

There are different options for a broken tooth, but no matter what option is best for you, you want to take care of it as quickly as possible. The necessary work depends on several different factors. If you do have a broken tooth you should call a dentist immediately to get further guidance to ensure the best outcome.

Dental Trauma

Dental trauma is extremely common with a reported one third of children having had some sort of dental trauma by age five. When a child suffers some sort of injury to their mouth they should be examined by a dentist. There are issues that can arise down the road if dental trauma is not handled correctly.

What to Do in the Case of a Dental Emergency

It is clear that in most emergency scenarios you should at least speak with a dentist even if you are not planning to be seen by a dentist. Many dentists will give you recommendations and let you know whether or not you need to be seen in the office.

Whether you are young or old, have great dental health or poor dental health, there is nothing that you can do to ensure that you will never have a dental emergency. When emergencies strike, you want someone that can get you in quickly and take good care of you. Dr. Drew is very accommodating when it comes to dental emergencies often expanding his schedule to meet your needs. We know that the last thing you want is to have to wait or go somewhere else for a dental emergency. We try very hard to get all dental emergencies in the same day. Call (208)529-0420

Reasons That People Choose Oxford Dental Care in Emergency Situations

  • Same Day Appointment Options

We work extremely hard to get all emergency patients in on the same day that they call! We know you don’t want to wait when you are in pain, so we try to make it so that you don’t have to!

  • Preferred Provider With Most Insurance Companies

We happily accept most insurance plans in our office. We understand that medical and dental benefits are a major part of many of our patients’ employment, so we want you to be able to fully utilize those benefits!

  • Affordable Options for Patients Without Dental Insurance

Not only are our fees extremely competitive, we offer cash discounts to make dentistry more available to our patients. This can be extremely helpful to those who are having a dental emergency.