In any dental emergency, it's essential to remain calm and act as quickly as possible. The faster you take action, the better chance you have of preserving a tooth or anything more serious that could potentially happen. Dental Partners of Boston offers emergency dental care for all of Boston, MA. Keep our contact information readily accessible so that in an emergency, you don't waste any time.
We are open from 7:00 am to 7:00 pm Monday through Friday. In the event of a dental emergency, call us and we will do all we can to fit you in as quickly as possible. In the meantime, here are some suggestions and recommendations you can do to increase the chances of successful emergency dental treatment.
Depending on the extent of the tooth fracture, you may not be able to even see the damage, and it might not be painful at all times. You may only experience pain when chewing or when you eat or drink something hot or cold. In other cases, a broken tooth may be very obviously damaged or may be in constant pain because the nerve has been damaged. Either way, it is important to visit us as soon as possible. But until you make it to the or Boston dentist's office, you should:
You should never ignore a toothache, even if it the pain gets worse and then suddenly goes away. This might mean that the tooth nerve has died, and the infection causing the pain is still there.
Remember: in the case of any dental emergency, don't panic, but act as fast as you can. Dental Partners of Boston is able to provide your emergency treatment at any of our locations whenever you need it. Contact us right away, and rely on some of the best dentists in Boston to help diagnose the cause of pain or discomfort and get your life back on track.
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