The Importance Of A Dental Emergency

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How To Handle A Dental Emergency

Are you having a dental emergency? Or are you not sure whether this particular problem is severe enough to count as an emergency? No matter your situation, Dr. Dine and his team are here to help you. Below you can find information on what constitutes an emergency, what you should do, what you should not do, and how to contact us.

What Constitutes A Dental Emergency?

Instead of worrying over whether a dental problem counts as an emergency, it’s better to call us and explain everything about the situation. That said, here are a few situations that are definitely emergencies:

Several pain in the teeth, gums, or jaw
A tooth that is severely damaged or broken
A tooth that has been knocked out
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Not every problem is an emergency, but since untreated emergencies can lead to serious infections, lost teeth, and worse, it’s not worth the risk. Other things you should not do is put heat on the outside of your face (this speeds up the infection’s spreading) or use leftover antibiotics, as you need a specific amount of antibiotics for a certain number of days before they can be effective.

How Do I Make An Emergency Appointment?

If you think you are having a dental emergency, then please call our Fairfield, OH office at 513-823-2575. A member of our team will speak with you and answer any questions you may have. While we cannot guarantee all same-day appointments, we promise to fit you in as fast as we can whenever possible.

How Can I Make A Non-Emergency Appointment?

Even if you feel this is not an emergency, we are here to speak with you. Call us at 513-823-2575 today, and a member of our staff will go over all your questions and concerns. You can also send us a message with our convenient online form.

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Dental Services For Your Family At Our Fairfield, OH
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For example, our DentalVibe system is a revolutionary method of removing pain from local anesthesia shots. This system uses mild vibrations to counter-stimulate your dental nerves, making sure you don’t feel anything from an anesthetic injection.

And by focusing on new but proven technologies, we can ensure dental procedures such as porcelain veneers, teeth whitening, and fast braces are done correctly the first time. Nothing reduces dental anxiety like fewer visits.

Calming, Soothing Staff

All the technology in the world won’t help if you don’t have the right people in place. Dr. Dine and our staff of dental professionals not only know the value of compassionate care, but we also want to provide it because that’s the right thing to do. All of our staff are known for their people skills and for making sure you feel valued each time you visit us — that’s because you are. We also have a strict “No Lecture, No Guilt” policy. No matter your problem, we promise to focus solely on helping

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