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Emergency Dental Care in Waltham

Reliable Care for Your Dental Emergency

From lost or broken teeth to sudden toothaches, dental emergencies can be painful and disruptive—and they can happen at any time.

When you need emergency dental care, you want fast relief.

You want a quick and accurate diagnosis.

And you want prompt treatment that both saves any affected teeth and prevents further dental issues down the road.

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    We Provide Emergency Dental Care

    We understand the importance of treating dental emergencies quickly, and we have extensive experience in emergency dentistry.

    With our on-site lab and convenient Waltham location, Dr. Jeff Cummings and our team offer a variety of services to address your dental emergency:

    • Crowns and bridges
    • Root canal therapy
    • Tooth extractions
    • Dental fillings
    • Dental implants

    We’ll work with you to quickly assess your dental emergency and develop a customized treatment plan to get you to the best possible outcome.

    When Do You Need an Emergency Dentist?

    Emergency dentistry involves treating dental emergencies that need immediate attention.

    Here are some reasons you may need to call an emergency dentist:

    • Severe toothache
    • Broken, cracked, or chipped teeth
    • Knocked-out teeth
    • Dental abscesses or the appearance of pus
    • Trauma or injury to a tooth or multiple teeth
    • Broken dentures
    • Crowns, bridges, or fillings that have come loose or fallen out completely
    • Cosmetic emergencies

    What to Do in a Dental Emergency

    In a dental emergency, time is of the essence! It’s important to act quickly to minimize damage to the tooth or teeth.

    Here are some tips to help you manage a dental emergency before you can get to your emergency dentist:

    Broken Tooth or Teeth: Using warm water, gently rinse your mouth. Save any broken pieces of tooth you can find, and bring them to your emergency dentist.

    Severe Toothache: Rinse your mouth with warm water. Try to remove any small food particles or other debris that may be stuck around the tooth using dental floss. If the pain doesn’t go away, call Dr. Cummings, your emergency dentist, immediately.

    In a dental emergency, it’s important to seek immediate care from an emergency dentist like Dr. Cummings. Delaying treatment can result in further dental damage and can increase your risk of developing serious oral health problems down the road.

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