Emergency Dentist in Annapolis MD
Facing a dental emergency? Contact Annapolis Green Dental and our expert staff so that we can help you deal with your problem. It’s never fun experiencing a dental emergency. If you’re experiencing a cracked or broken tooth, a severe toothache or a loose filling, don’t wait. Contact us right away at 410-224-4500. We can assure you that we’ve encountered just about every type of dental emergency. We’ll help to ease your pain, clearly explain possible solutions, and get you back to normal as soon as possible.
Emergency Dental Services
- Cracked tooth repair – Make sure to save any pieces of your chipped or broken tooth and rinse your mouth using warm water. If there’s any bleeding, use gauze on the affect tooth until the bleeding stops. Apply a cold compress to the outside of your mouth or lip near the affected tooth to keep swelling down and relieve pain. And contact us as soon as possible.
- Treatment for severe toothaches – thoroughly rinse your mouth with warm water. If your mouth is swollen, apply a cold compress to the outside of your mouth or cheek. Don’t put aspirin or any other painkiller against your gums because it may damage the gum tissue.
- Sore gum relief – Injuries to the soft tissue (gums, tongue, cheeks or lips) can result in bleeding. To limit the bleeding, rinse with a mild salt-water solution. Use a moistened piece of gauze to apply pressure to the affected area. Use a cold compress if you need to relieve pain. And give us a call right away.
- Lost or loose crown – If your crown has fallen out, contact us as soon as possible. Try to make sure you save the crown if possible and bring it with you to your appointment.
- Knocked-out permanent tooth – Save the tooth and hold it by the crown (the top portion) and not by the root. Rinse the tooth gently but be careful not to clean or handle the tooth more than necessary. Contact us immediately.
- Loose or lost filling – Contact us soon as possible. As a temporary measure, you can use a piece of sugarless gum to fill the cavity. Note: make sure it’s sugarless gum. Sugar-filled gum will cause pain.
- Broken braces or wires – If a wire breaks and pokes the inside of your mouth or gums, try covering the end with orthodontic wax or a piece of gauze. Never try to the cut the exposed wire yourself. And contact us as soon as possible.
If you’re facing an emergency, seeing an emergency dentist as quickly as possible will help to keep your issue from becoming more severe. Contact us now and Dr. Gena Schultheis will help to solve your problem as quickly as possible.
Have questions about insurance?
Here’s a list of the insurance we accept and we’re always happy to discuss your options with you. Just give us a call at 410-224-4500.
What Our Customers Are Saying
“I have been to more then my fair share of dentists over the years, but none have compared to expert treatment and service I received from Dr. Schultheis and her staff. Excellent treatment, excellent staff, and excellent office.”
“Another great visit to The Green Dentist. Dr. Gina is amazing, as are her staff! Dave at the front desk….Kellie as Dental Asst., and Natalie also. Pain management is top notch. And all with a holistic approach. Switch to Green Dental. You won’t be sorry!”