A dental emergency is any oral condition that’s causing serious pain, discomfort, or bleeding. Most of the time, you can’t treat these kinds of problems on your own, so you should get help from the team at Valor Dental as soon as possible. We offer same-day emergency dentistry in Justin, TX, so contact us to schedule a consultation right away and get the help you need.
It’s usually possible to save knocked-out teeth if they're replaced within 1-2 hours of your oral injury. Contact us immediately if you lose a tooth!
Give us a call at (480) 544-2324. Tell us about your situation. We’ll schedule you for emergency care immediately, and give you some other steps to take to ensure the best outcome for your dental emergency.
If you’ve lost a tooth, grab it by the top (crown) and rinse it with water. Put it into a container of cold milk. Come to our office ASAP to have it replaced. If you’ve lost a piece of dental work like a crown, put it into a plastic bag or container and bring it with you.
You can absorb blood with clean gauze, a paper towel, or a cotton ball. Icing the area can help numb it and reduce swelling, and you can take over-the-counter medications like ibuprofen to help with pain.
Make sure to come to our office as scheduled to get treatment from Dr. Greg Kiene or Dr. Chris Merkley. You can’t treat dental emergencies on your own, and immediate care is essential for the best outcome.
The sooner you get help for an oral injury or another dental emergency, the better. Getting immediate care relieves your pain, prevents further complications, and saves you both time and money. You’ll also get peace of mind after treatment, and know that your teeth and gums are healthy once again.
We always offer same-day appointments at Valor Dental. Call us at (480) 544-2324, and we’ll see you as soon as possible. Our mission is to get you out of pain, restore your oral health, and allow you to get back to your day-to-day routine. We even offer sedation to make your emergency treatment feel more safe, easy, and comfortable.
Fillings and crowns are often used to restore damaged or decayed teeth. Root canals are usually necessary for extensive decay, infected teeth, and for repairing teeth after dental injuries.
Tooth splinting is another common procedure used for loose or knocked-out teeth. The damaged tooth is attached to the nearby tooth to stabilize it, and allow it to heal and re-attach to your gums and jaw bone.
Over 3 million Americans received dental implants to restore their smiles.
Call us right away for an appointment. Severe toothaches are usually caused by tooth infections. With a root canal and crown, it may be possible to save your tooth. But time is of the essence. The sooner you get care, the more likely it is that our team can save your tooth with a root canal.
Around 25% of American adults are missing all of their teeth. We can help you keep or replace yours.