If you’re suffering from any of the following common dental emergencies in the Anna Maria area, call us first at
Then here is what you do till you get here:
Tooth Knocked Out -According to the American Association of Endodontists, quick action after a tooth has been knocked out, may make it possible for us to reinsert and save the tooth.
- Carefully pick up the tooth by the crown or the top, taking care not to touch the root.
- , Carefully rinse it without scrubbing.
- If possible, reinsert the tooth in the socket. If you can’t, place the tooth in a small container of milk and get to the dentist quickly to increase the chances of saving your tooth.
Cracked or Chipped Tooth – Carefully clean your mouth with warm water. Then apply a cold compress to the outside of your mouth to prevent swelling. Avoid using painkillers or muscle relaxers that may cause bleeding. Take acetaminophen for pain.
Abscessed Tooth and Face/Jaw Swelling – A dental abscess is a severe and potentially life-threatening condition in which a pocket of pus in the tooth has led to an infection. This may cause fever, toothache, tender lymph nodes in your neck, swelling in the face, and a pimple-like bump on your gums near the infected tooth. The infection can spread quickly into the surrounding tissue. Contact us immediately for quick treatment and relief!
If you are in Anna Maria and not sure if you need emergency dentistry, call us for help. We will do our best to determine if you need to come in immediately or make an appointment.
In Anna Maria Call (941) 375-4005 For Emergency Dentistry
We are standing by to help you get through this unfortunate ordeal. We look forward to helping you get back to your normal pain-free routine! We treat patients from Manatee and Sarasota County: Anna Maria, Bradenton, Bradenton Beach, Holmes Beach, Palmetto, Longboat Key, Lakewood Ranch, Ellenton, Oneco, Parrish, Bayshore Gardens, Myakka City, Sarasota, North Port, Venice, Englewood, Nokomis, Osprey, Siesta Key, South Venice, and Casey Key.