9801 Bissonnet St.,
Ste. K, Houston, TX 77036
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A sudden tooth injury or other dental emergency can be a painful and traumatic experience that requires immediate attention. At The Texas Dental Center, we understand the importance of correcting your dental injury or infection as soon as possible. That’s why we are happy to fit you into our schedule the moment you are in need of help to ensure you receive the comprehensive care you need to get back on track with your daily life.
Whether you are injured playing sports or due to an accident, tooth damage can be a traumatic experience. The risk of tooth loss or permanent damage to your mouth after an injury can be very serious. Without immediate and proper treatment, you may have to spend more time, energy and money to correct your dental issues down the road.
Emergency dentistry includes oral sedation to rid your nerves of any pain or discomfort, as well as a number of immediate dental restoration procedures and comprehensive treatment plans to help get your teeth back to normal quickly and effectively.
Dental Infection or Pain
Sometimes, dental pain is a result of an infection or disease. The pain may come on suddenly or it may progress gradually. In either case, the pain may be a sign of serious dental problems, such as gum disease, that require immediate attention. Without proper treatment, the infection or disease can propagate and the pain can worsen, so it is essential to contact our office immediately if you feel any unexplainable pain in your teeth or gums.
Emergency Dental Treatment Options
At The Texas Dental Center, Dr. Mofid will examine your teeth, gums and jaw to ensure that all options, risks and treatment options are evaluated, so we can give you the proper care and pain relief you need. Emergency dental treatment options include a range of surgical, non-surgical, cosmetic and restorative procedures. The type of treatment required will depend on your injury, oral health and distinct dental situation. In any case, we explore and consider the entire range of options to ensure you receive the best care possible.
The most common dental emergencies and treatments include root canals, tooth extractions, tooth restorations, crown reconstruction, denture repairs, abscesses and tooth loss. If you are experiencing any sudden tooth pain, it is important to get proper care as soon as possible to protect your smile from further damage.
If your emergency dentistry consists of a traumatic dental injury, give us a call as soon as possible, and we will do everything we can to ensure you get the care that you need quickly and prevent additional problems and pain.