Goldstein & Freud, DDS, PLLC
Dentists located in Newburgh, NY
Are you experiencing a dental emergency? The team at Goldstein & Freud, DDS, PLLC, in Newburgh, New York, provides prompt emergency dentistry services no matter what you’re dealing with. Same-day appointments are often available and the friendly staff also offers at-home care tips that help you care for and manage dental injuries, damaged appliances, and more. Call the office right away if you need to come in for an emergency visit.
Emergency Dentistry Q & A
What is emergency dentistry
The team at Goldstein & Freud, DDS, PLLC, offers emergency dentistry services to address any dental condition requiring timely intervention. Generally, that means you are at risk of losing a tooth permanently.
No matter what problem you’re dealing with, the team is highly capable of treating you. They’re experienced in dealing with any and all emergency situations. If you’ve experienced a dental emergency, try to come in to the office as soon as possible.
Do I need emergency dentistry treatment?
You should try to come in for emergency dental care if you’ve experienced an injury or condition that needs to be looked at right away. Here are some of the most common reasons for emergency dentistry visits:
- Knocked-out teeth
- A loose tooth
- A severe toothache
- A broken crown, denture, or filling
- Excessive bleeding or swelling inside your mouth
- A severe cut to your lips
- A broken or chipped tooth
In the case of a chipped tooth, if it doesn’t look like you may lose the tooth entirely, you may not need to come in for an emergency dentistry visit. Consider whether or not there’s a serious risk of losing your tooth permanently. That’s what you really want to avoid. Either way, don't hesitate to call the team at Goldstein & Freud, DDS, PLLC.
What should I do immediately after a dental emergency?
First, you should assess whether or not what you’re dealing with is a dental emergency. If you deem it an emergency, call the office right away. The friendly staff can help provide you with tips for caring for your dental emergency at home until you’re able to come in for an appointment.
The time in-between your emergency and your appointment is critical when it comes to saving your natural tooth. It can definitely make the difference between losing and saving your tooth. Try to come in as soon as possible to see your dentist. The staff always keeps some openings in the daily schedule to try to accommodate same-day appointments in the event of emergencies.
If you’re dealing with a dental emergency, call the office right away to schedule an appointment.
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