Jeffrey J Tibbs DDS PA

Is my tooth pain a dental emergency?

Our emergency dentist in Winston-Salem, NC wants all of his patients to live fruitful and pain-free lives.

That being hard to enforce, the next best thing is helping our patients enjoy their teeth for a lifetime. Through proper oral hygiene and routine dental cleanings and exams, we get pretty close.

Still, there will always be anomalies we can never plan for. If you have a toothache or anything unusual about your dental health, give us a call right away so we can manage your pain and prevent an even bigger problem.  

What Do Dental Emergencies in 27103 Look Like?Patient holding face in pain due to dental emergency near 27103

Tooth pain always means something is happening beneath the surface. Most times, this means an infection that may require root canal therapy to save the tooth.

Never try to outlast your tooth pain! It may only get worse.

Other ways to tell if a dental emergency is happening, include:

  • Bleeding, tender, or swollen gums
  • Abscess on the gums
  • Injury to the mouth
  • Knocked-out tooth
  • Broken or loose filling or crown
  • Chipped, broken, or cracked tooth
  • Constant bad breath even after brushing
  • Severe tooth pain

This is just a small list; there are many kinds of emergency scenarios that are too numerous to list. 

If your particular situation isn't on the list, contact our Winston-Salem, NC dental office so we can arrange an appointment with Dr. Jeffrey J. Tibbs.

We Treat Your Dental Emergency Right Away

No matter what manner of emergency you might be experiencing, chances are we have the solution. Do not hesitate when it comes to your oral health; let us keep you free of pain and uncertainty! Contact our emergency dentist in Winston-Salem ASAP if you believe you are experiencing a dental emergency. 

We look forward to treating you and your family, no matter what time. 

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