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Emergency Dentistry in Stuart

Dental Emergency

We all recognize a dental emergency. It could be a trauma to the mouth resulting in bleeding, pain, a chipped or cracked tooth or teeth. Or it could be a cosmetic emergency when there is a sudden change in one of the front teeth, such as loosing a filling or a crown. If you have ever experienced a toothache, you would certainly identify that as an emergency and need to visit an emergency dentistry in Stuart.

What's Considered As a Dental Emergency?

Various things can be considered as a dental emergency. Our emergency dentistry in Stuart classifies dental emergency as:

  1. Toothache
  2. Dental Abscess
  3. Lost Dental Filling
  4. Loose Dental Crowns
  5. Cracked or Knocked Out Tooth

These are some of the dental emergencies that can be considered. But, it's always best for you to speak with our emergency dentistry in Stuart, Dr. Francis J. Ducoin DMD, to identify the need for your dental emergency.

Dr. DuCoin considers all of the above to be a dental emergency, and will see you as soon as possible under those circumstances. Of course, as a patient of Dr. DuCoin you should never experience a sudden toothache, because by having regular check-ups you can avoid situations that would lead to sudden, intense pain. However, decay proceeds more rapidly in some people than others; and if that happens to you, Dr. DuCoin is here for you to heal you and do what needs to be done to get you out of pain and on the way to healthy teeth and gums again.

If you are a patient of Dr. DuCoin, he will take care of your dental emergency even on non-working days. If you have never been seen before by Dr. DuCoin, he will do his best to take care of your dental emergency. If you need an emergency dentistry in Stuart, call Carolyn at 772 287-6159.

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What Should I Do if I Face a Dental Emergency?

If you are out of town and can't reach your emergency dentist in Stuart to fix your knocked-out tooth, then you should try to avoid touching your teeth and make sure the root of the tooth is not damaged. Hold the crown of the tooth, rinse it with water and place it in a cup of water or milk to keep it wet until you reach your emergency dentist.

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