We consider a dental emergency to be any oral health problem that is causing major pain and discomfort or oral bleeding, and that cannot be treated on your own.
A few common dental emergencies include cracked or broken teeth, loose and knocked-out teeth, serious toothaches, pulled-out or damaged dental work, and foreign objects lodged between the teeth.
Immediate care is essential for treating your condition if you have a dental emergency. Failing to get help right away could result in the death or loss of your tooth or other complications related to your condition. The sooner you get assistance, the better.
If you are experiencing an emergency and think you need immediate help, you need to contact Perkasie Dental Loft immediately to get help. Same-day emergency dentistry will help you get relief from your pain and discomfort.
Preventive dentistry if your foundation for a healthy smile. With regular cleanings and exams, small dental issues can be caught before they turn into large and costly problems. Preventive dental care along with a diligent at-home brushing and flossing routine can help prevent dental issues all together. It’s these small investments in your oral hygiene that lead to a beautiful, healthy smile.
Dental plaque is made up of more than 300 different types of bacteria.
Regular flossing allows you to clean an additional 40% of your tooth surface.
Over 90% of American adults have had a cavity at some point in their lives.
1 in 6 Americans experience a dental emergency every year.
You need to get help right away. Call Perkasie Dental Loft immediately at (267) 517-6670 for a same-day consultation or after-hours appointment in Perkasie. We are always here to assist patients who are in distress and require emergency dental care.
If you’ve lost a tooth, recover it and rinse it off, and put it back into the socket or into a baggie/container of cold milk to keep it moist. You need to have it replaced within 1-2 hours, so come in immediately. If you lost a piece of dental work like a crown or filling, recover it and put it in a plastic baggie, then bring it in with you.
If you have time, you can absorb blood with cotton balls, take ibuprofen or acetaminophen to help with pain and inflammation, and use an ice pack to numb the area and help with swelling.
You need to get professional help to resolve your emergency. Visit our office ASAP after you call us. Dr. Cerdas will diagnose your condition, discuss your treatment options, and provide you with the restorative care you need to get relief from your pain and discomfort, and get back to your day-to-day life.
Yes. We offer same-day appointments for patients experiencing serious dental emergencies, such as a very painful toothache or a cracked, loose, or injured tooth. To get immediate assistance, call us at (267) 517-6670 and tell our dental team about your emergency. Dr. Cerdas will see you as soon as she can.
We offer after-hours appointments to patients who are experiencing serious dental emergencies, and require immediate assistance.
If you believe you need emergency dental care in Perkasie, please contact our office right away, before we close for the day. We will ensure that you get the assistance you need as soon as possible from Dr. Lindsey Cerdas at Perkasie Dental Loft.
A few common dental emergencies include cracked or broken teeth.