Baystate Dental of Harrison
13 Harrison Ave, Springfield, MA 01103
Dealing with a dental emergency is often scary and painful. Knowing where to turn for help with your dental emergency is important. Prompt care for your dental issue prevents potential complications and provides fast pain relief. To help you find appropriate care, our office can be the answer to the question, “Where can I find an emergency dental office near me?”
Emergency dental care addresses a wide range of sudden or urgent dental care needs. Some conditions requiring emergency dental treatment include broken crowns, serious toothaches and conditions that can cause permanent damage if treatment is delayed. From treating accidental dental injuries to emergency tooth extractions, emergency dentists in Springfield treat most urgent dental care needs. Some of the services our office provides during regular business hours include:
If you have severe tooth pain, a broken tooth or a chipped crown, there’s no need to delay treatment or suffer needlessly. We are here to take your calls and schedule emergency dental treatment visits during regular office hours. Our experienced dentists offer complete emergency dental care during normal office hours, and we’ll do our best to see you promptly. Your dental issue will be evaluated, with the goal of relieving your pain and diagnosing and treating your condition.
It can be tough to know when to seek emergency dental care. Generally, it’s best to call us during regular office hours when you’re suffering from any of the following conditions:
Severe pain, fever, swollen neck glands and intense tooth sensitivity are just a few symptoms of an abscessed tooth. Caused by issues such as gum disease, tooth decay and trauma, an abscessed tooth can also lead to severe facial and gum swelling, oozing sores on your gums and foul breath. Abscesses are serious problems and can lead to severe complications if treatment is delayed. Emergency dentists can offer pain relief, determining the best course of treatment for your particular condition.
Lost restorations and broken crowns aren’t simply cosmetic concerns. A tooth without its crown or restoration is more easily damaged. Emergency dentists will protect your vulnerable tooth with temporary or permanent crowns.
Large areas of dental decay can expose the root of your tooth, potentially leading to intense toothaches and infections. Our dentists can help alleviate the pain of a cavity and repair the affected tooth.
Prompt care for your broken teeth prevents infection and other complications.
A knocked-out tooth isn’t necessarily lost if you act quickly. Emergency dentists can often reattach a knocked-out tooth. To help this process, gently rinse the tooth with warm water, holding it by the crown only. Carefully reinsert the tooth, and call our office for prompt emergency dental services.
Lost or loose fillings should be treated promptly since they make your tooth more susceptible to decay and further damage. If you’re feeling pain due to loose or missing fillings, our dentists can provide pain relief and proper treatment to restore your good oral health.
It’s not unusual for metal braces to cause pain or injury. Our dentists can relieve your symptoms related to orthodontic devices.
If you have a severe toothache, do not delay treatment. This is especially important if you are also experiencing a fever, an earache or a feeling of pressure.
Sinus infections can cause tooth pain, and tooth problems can cause sinus pressure. If you have both symptoms, it’s important to seek the advice of emergency dentists. An emergency dental office visit can determine whether your sinus pressure is the result of a dental issue like an impacted wisdom tooth.
Teeth grinding damages your tooth’s enamel, leading to problems like cracked teeth or vulnerable teeth. Our dentists help prevent complications of grinding your teeth by reinforcing worn enamel.
Mild tooth sensitivity doesn’t often require emergency dental care, but abrupt or intense sensitivity does. Our dentists determine the cause of the sensitivity and provide appropriate treatment.
These dental issues require immediate or specialized treatment:
If you suffer any of these symptoms, call your primary care physician, oral surgeon, 911 or go to the nearest hospital emergency room.
If you’re experiencing severe pain or other serious symptoms, it’s best not to delay care. After regular office hours and on weekends, it may be best to find treatment at a nearby hospital or call 911. Most emergency dentists in Springfield are available during normal business hours to follow-up on your dental issues and treat most other urgent dental needs.
The cost of emergency treatment varies widely according to your individual dental needs. We try to make unexpected treatment costs more affordable by offering several financing options. We also accept most credit cards and most major insurance plans. Call us for more information about options for making your emergency and preventive care more affordable.
Call our office at (413) 306-4371