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Emergency Dental Care

 Emergency Dental Care

Dental emergencies happen unexpectedly, leaving individuals in pain and distress. We understand the urgency of such situations, and our team is prepared to provide prompt emergency dental care to alleviate discomfort and restore smiles.

Whether it's a severe toothache, a broken tooth, or some other emergency dental care that you need, our experienced professionals are equipped with the expertise and resources to address your needs swiftly and efficiently.

When faced with a dental emergency, time is of the essence. That's why we urge you not to delay seeking assistance. Simply reach out to our office by dialing 817-926-5556, and our staff will guide you through the next steps.

Even outside of regular business hours, we prioritize your well-being. Rest assured, our after-hours contact information is conveniently provided on our outgoing message, ensuring that help is always within reach when you need it most.

We believe that everyone deserves access to quality dental care, especially during times of urgency. As your trusted Fort Worth dentist, our commitment to excellence extends beyond regular appointments. We strive to deliver compassionate care and effective solutions to alleviate pain and restore dental health. Don't let a dental emergency dampen your spirits or hinder your daily life. Reach out to us without hesitation, and let our skilled team guide you back to a healthier, happier smile.

Conveniently located in Southwest Fort Worth by Hulen Mall.

Emergency Dental Care FAQ

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What qualifies as emergency dental care?

Dental emergencies are situations that require immediate attention to alleviate severe pain, control bleeding, save a tooth, or address a condition that could worsen without prompt care. Examples include severe toothaches, knocked-out teeth, broken teeth or cracked teeth.

What should I do if my tooth gets knocked out?

If a tooth is knocked out, it is crucial to act quickly. Hold the tooth by the crown, not the root. Rinse it gently with water, but do not scrub or remove any attached tissue. If possible, place the tooth back in its socket. If that's not feasible, store it in a container of milk or the person's saliva and seek emergency dental care immediately.

What should you do if a crown comes off?

If you happen to have a crown come off contact our office to make an appointment. In the mean time, you can use a little toothpaste or Vaseline® to keep the crown placed.

Testimonials

"Dr. Givan is the best. He has an awesome team and they all do the best work. I will always be a patient of Dr. Givan!"

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"Dr. Givan is the best. He has an awesome team and they all do the best work. I will always be a patient of Dr. Givan!"