Church Street Dental Care

An emergency dental situation can be frightening.

We will try our best to make your visit as easy as possible and reduce any further dental complications. We invite you to contact us as soon as you notice dental emergencies, and we can assist in reducing discomfort and fixing the problem.

Emergency Appointment

Dental Emergency

Emergency Dentist in Chicopee, MA

Dental emergencies are painful situations that require immediate dental treatment. It could be a toothache, loss of teeth, or broken or fallen restorations to the dental or oral appliance. However, the consequences could be long-lasting and affect dental health. That’s why we emphasize providing immediate dental care for patients suffering from dental emergencies.

Dental Emergency

We are 24/7 Available for your Dental Emergency

Church Street Dental Care understands that dental emergencies can still occur even after a practice closes. That’s why we have a dentist on call seven days a week to address emergency dental care for our patients. It could make the difference between saving or losing a tooth. Call Church Street Dental Care to be connected with 24-hour emergency healthcare professional.

Call us and leave your First and last name and emergency reason. We will get back to you as soon as we can.

Dental Emergency

Knocked out tooth

Have you been suffered with a dental Emergency?

Keep the tooth in place by its crown and wash off the root in water if it’s filthy. Don’t scrub or remove any of the attached pieces if you can try gently inserting and holding the tooth into its socket. If that’s not possible, place the tooth into the milk cup and go to the dentist as fast as possible (don’t forget to carry the tooth! ).

Common Dental Emergency Treatments

Cracked and Broken Tooth

A broken or cracked tooth could cause extreme discomfort based on the extent. The pain could be intense during biting, hot temperatures, air sensitivity, and general misery. For an appointment, please call our office right away. You can apply cold compresses and prescription pain medications to relieve the pain that comes from a broken tooth.

Common Dental Emergency Treatments

Tooth Ache

If you’re suffering from any toothache, we must be aware of it. A mild pain, for example, an extremely mild ache or sensitization to certain foods or temperatures, is usually left until your next scheduled appointment. If your pain is severe or sharp, it could be a sign of the presence of a more serious issue. If you suspect this, you should call our office for an urgent appointment for dental emergencies.

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