How to Find an Emergency Dentist
Dental emergencies can't wait. Without immediate proper treatment, your child is at risk for permanent injury or more serious and expensive treatment.
At Kool Smiles, we provide affordable emergency dental care for problems such as chipped or broken teeth and toothaches. Find a Kool Smiles location near you or call us today to make an appointment.
Kool Smiles Offers Emergency Hours
At Kool Smiles, we know that emergencies happen at the most unexpected times. That's why we offer after-hour services and Saturday hours for our patients and their families.
While you can help your child avoid dental emergencies, it's important to act fast if your child suffers an injury to avoid further pain and damages. Some problems may be treated at home, but others will need attention of a dental professional.
Common Dental Emergencies
Knowing what to do in a dental emergency is the first step toward safeguarding your child's teeth and health. There are easy steps to take immediately when:
- a tooth is knocked loose or forced completely out
- your child experiences pain from a toothache
- a cavity filling comes out
- your child has a bleeding wound to the tongue, gums or lips
- a tooth is chipped or cracked
Call Your Local Kool Smiles Dentist for Emergencies
For serious emergencies, always call 911 immediately. For smaller dental issues, call your local dentist. The qualified dentists at Kool Smiles know how to keep your kids calm in the event of an emergency and can fix their injuries quickly and efficiently.
With over 120 locations, it's easy to find a Kool Smiles office near you. All Kool Smiles locations offer affordable, convenient, and family-friendly services to help relieve the stress of an emergency. Call us today to make an emergency appointment for your child.
Sports Safety: Avoiding Tooth and Mouth Injuries: http://www.colgate.com/en/us/oc/oral-health/conditions/dental-emergencies-and-sports-safety/article/sports-safety-avoiding-tooth-and-mouth-injuries
Handling Dental Emergencies: http://www.webmd.com/oral-health/guide/handling-dental-emergencies