Warsaw Dental Emergencies

When the unexpected happens, we are here to help.

Dental emergencies are never welcome and often occur after traditional office hours. Whether you’ve suffered from a sports injury, a fall, or perhaps you’ve simply neglected your teeth for too long, our office is here to help you when the unexpected happens.

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No one plans for a dental emergency.
That’s why we do our best to see you the same day you call our office to help get your body out of pain and your smile back to normal.
  • You’ll feel immediate relief when you come to the office.

  • Relax with blankets, neck pillows, an iPad, and more.

  • We’re a preferred provider for many dental insurances.

  • Sedation options available for nervous patients.

  • We offer CareCredit financing with 0% interest.

  • From sports injuries to smiles damaged over time – we’ve seen it all.

How to Help Your Soothe Your Dental Emergency Pain
There are some easy things you can do at home before you come to see Dr. Myers that can help save you some pain and save your smile. These are just a few of the common dental emergencies we see regularly at our office.
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Hold a cold compress on the face in the area of the broken tooth to minimize swelling in the face and lips. Call our office as soon as possible.

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Clean the area around the tooth, and rinse the mouth with warm salt water. Apply a cold compress to the face if there is swelling, and call our office for an emergency appointment.

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Rinse the tooth off in some water, but try not to touch the roots. Try to put the tooth back in its socket, and then close your mouth around some gauze or a washcloth to help keep it in place. If the tooth won’t go back into the socket, then put it in some milk. Call us now so we can save your tooth!

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Do NOT try to move your jaw! Try and stabilize it by tying a necktie or a towel up over the top of your head. Apply cold compresses and call our office – OR go to a hospital emergency Room immediately.

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