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Don't Let Dental Pain Linger: Get the Urgent Care You Deserve

At Denisovich Dentistry, we understand that dental emergencies can strike at any time. Whether it’s a dull ache or a throbbing pain, ignoring it can only lead to worse problems, potentially requiring costly surgeries or complex treatments.

Don’t suffer in silence. We are committed to providing prompt and effective solutions for your dental emergencies. In most cases, we can offer same-day treatment to alleviate your symptoms and get you back on track to a healthy smile.

Here are some common dental emergencies we treat:

  • Toothache: Aches can range from mild to severe, throbbing pain.
  • Bleeding, Swollen gums: This can be a sign of gum disease, an infection, or an allergic reaction. It can be accompanied by pain, redness, and bleeding.
  • Broken tooth: This can happen if you bite down on something hard or if you fall and hit your mouth. A broken tooth can cause pain, sensitivity, and bleeding.
  • Lost filling: This can happen if you eat something hard or if you chew on something sticky. A lost filling can expose the sensitive inner layers of your tooth, which can cause pain and sensitivity.
  • Lost crown: A crown is a cap that is placed over a tooth to protect it. If you lose a crown, it can expose the sensitive inner layers of your tooth, which can cause pain and sensitivity.
  • Lost filling: Fillings can come loose or fall out, exposing sensitive areas of your teeth.
  • Knocked-out tooth: This can happen if you fall and hit your mouth or if you are in an accident. A knocked-out tooth is a serious dental emergency and you should see a dentist immediately.
  • Abscess: This is a collection of pus that can form around a tooth or under the gums. It can be caused by an infection and can be very painful.
  • Wisdom teeth pain: Wisdom teeth are the last teeth to erupt, and they can often cause pain and other problems. If you are experiencing wisdom teeth pain, you should see a dentist to discuss treatment options.
  • Bleeding gums: This can be a sign of gum disease, an infection, or a vitamin deficiency. It can be accompanied by pain, redness, and swelling.
  • Tooth sensitivity: Pain that occurs when you eat or drink something hot, cold, or sweet.
  • Dental implant issues: Problems with existing dental implants, such as loosening or falling out.
  • Gum pain: Issues with your gums can cause pain, swelling, and bleeding.
  • Cavities: Untreated cavities can lead to infection and pain.
  • Tooth infection: Painful and potentially serious condition requiring immediate attention.
  • Pain and bleeding after tooth extraction: Normal after extraction, but excessive bleeding or persistent pain should be addressed.

Don’t hesitate to reach out. If you experience any of these symptoms, please contact us immediately at (704) 837-7701. Our friendly team is always happy to answer your questions and schedule an appointment as soon as possible.

Even after hours, you can reach us by leaving a message with your name and contact information. 

At Denisovich Dentistry, your oral health and well-being are our top priorities. We’re here to help you through any dental emergency, ensuring you receive the prompt and compassionate care you deserve.

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At Denisovich Dentistry, we believe in the power of a healthy smile. But it goes beyond just teeth. Your oral health affects your overall well-being, confidence, and quality of life. That’s why we’re dedicated to providing personalized dental care that caters to your unique needs and goals.
 
Our team is composed of passionate individuals united by a common purpose: creating a life-changing dental experience for every patient. We’re not just skilled professionals; we’re your partners in achieving a healthy and confident smile.

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