Stop Tooth Pain Now!
When you have a dental emergency, there’s nothing worse than waiting for the pain to disappear. In many cases, avoiding a trip to the dentist could leave you with severe damage and expensive dental bills. Don’t power through the pain when you could be out of pain in just a few hours.
Call our office at 303-755-8388 to speak to someone immediately. We offer same-day appointments so that you can get rid of pain as soon as possible.
What Is a Dental Emergency?
If you are experiencing persistent discomfort, then it’s a smart idea to seek out a dentist. Some dental emergencies include:
- A lost crown or filling.
- An accident resulting in lost teeth.
- A toothache preventing you from sleeping & eating.
- A chipped, cracked, or fractured tooth.
- In need of a tooth extraction.
Why Choose Panorama Dental?
Our versatile staff includes a team of dentists, oral surgeons, orthodontists, and all the dental professionals you need to solve your dental emergency in one visit! Why travel to several specialist offices in Aurora, when you can just go to one? Please call the office at 303-755-8388 if you need to schedule an emergency dental appointment.
Frequently Asked Questions
What do I do for a dental emergency?
If you have a dental emergency, contact your Panorama Dental dentist right away. Our team of specialists is fully equipped to handle any emergency in one visit.
Will the ER pull a tooth?
The ER will not pull a tooth or assist with any other dental issues; however, they may prescribe antibiotics and painkillers to help with any discomfort. Only dentists can handle dental emergencies and treatments.
What helps unbearable tooth pain?
Schedule an appointment with your Panorama Dental dentist right away if you have unbearable tooth pain. In the meantime, you can apply a cold compress, heat pack, or pain-relieving gel to the jaw and gums. We also recommend rinsing with saltwater and taking an anti-inflammatory, like ibuprofen.
What is considered a dental emergency?
Dental emergencies are issues that need immediate treatment like pain, infection, bleeding, and saving a tooth. Learn more about dental emergencies today.