Dental Emergency

Dental Emergency

Dental Emergency

Fast-Responding Emergency Dentistry in Moreno Valley, CA

Fast-Responding Emergency Dentistry in Moreno Valley, CA

Dental Emergency, Moreno Valley, California

Dental emergencies - accidents, cracked and chipped teeth, toothaches, abscesses, and painful gums -happen. You can’t plan when they do, but you CAN see our responsive emergency dentists any day of the week for immediate treatment, even on the weekend. At Gold Coast Dental Moreno Valley, we’re always ready to see you when you need us, and we’re prepared to take care of any and all of your pressing dental problems with an ease and thoroughness born from combined decades of experience. As soon as you walk through our front doors, we’ll take comprehensive x-rays and scans of your mouth to identify the exact issue and create an immediate treatment plan to restore your smile back to full health.

Our emergency dental procedures include: dental fillings and crowns, root canals, tooth extractions, deep cleanings, pocket reduction surgery, abscess treatment, chipped, cracked, and broken tooth restoration. All of our urgent treatments will be totally painless. Our office is equipped with safe and powerful local anesthetic that will fully numb the area we’ll treat, even during the most intensive procedures. The most you’ll feel in the dental chair is a little pressure while our emergency dentists work.

Immediate toothache relief is here! Call our dental office at (951) 485-6577 right now for emergency dental care.




What Is A Dental Emergency?

Visit our Moreno Valley dental office immediately for emergency treatment if any of these symptoms apply to you

It can be hard sometimes to tell if you need emergency dental services or not. While not all chipped or painful teeth need urgent attention, putting off the emergency appointment you need can be disastrous for your smile.

If you experience any of these warning signs or symptoms, please see our dental office IMMEDIATELY:

  • Toothache that’s severe or lasts more than a day
  • Chipped or cracked tooth that is painful or has sharp fragments
  • Continuous bleeding of the gums or mouth
  • Loose teeth, either from dental trauma or infection of the teeth or gums
  • Formation of a periodontal or tooth abscess
  • Painful swelling of the mouth or jaw
  • Broken or missing tooth
  • Tooth that suddenly goes numb, especially after toothache

Call our Moreno Valley office at (951) 485-6577 to let us know you’re coming in advance. This will help your emergency dentist speed up your check-in process and get you the urgent treatment you need as soon as you come in.

We’re Always Here For You, Even In An Emergency

At Gold Coast Dental Moreno Valley, our emergency dental team meets your needs and goes beyond them to give you the best experience possible

Our caring emergency staff is ready to take care of you from the moment you come in. Even when you come in on short notice, we’re prepared to give you the best dental care possible. We use only the latest technologies and techniques to ensure that you always receive high-quality work that will last you for years to come. Our emergency consultations and diagnoses are accurate to the smallest details, allowing us to come up with the exact treatment plan you need at once. And no matter the procedure, you’ll always be fully comfortable and at ease with our no-pain dentistry. When you choose Gold Coast Dental Moreno Valley for your emergency dentistry needs, you can count on us to give you the unmatched, fast-responding treatment you deserve.

Root Canal vs. Tooth Extraction

Our emergency dentists always do what we can to save your smile

When you come in for an emergency toothache, your cavity can sometimes be bad enough that your tooth is on a dangerous precipice - can it still be saved? In these tricky situations, our Moreno Valley dentists will perform quick, comprehensive scans and exams to diagnose the severity of your tooth decay and pinpoint exactly which treatment you need: a root canal or a tooth extraction. As soon as the tooth infection reaches the soft, sensitive pulp at the center of your tooth, a root canal will be needed. This procedure removes the bacteria and infected tissues attacking the blood vessels and nerves keeping the tooth alive. While this treatment may seem intense, it is absolutely necessary for saving a badly decayed tooth. Depending on the severity of the cavity, more than one tooth canal may need to be cleared all the way down to the root. Root canals are an emergency

dentist’s last defense against cavities. Once the infection reaches past the root of the tooth, it will begin infecting the surrounding gum and create a pocket of pus called a tooth abscess. After an abscess forms, there is little time left to act before the tooth infection progresses past the point of no return, and the tooth can no longer be saved. If the blood vessels and nerves become too badly damaged, the tooth itself will die. It is only in these extreme cases that our office will perform an emergency tooth extraction. Patients with severe gum disease or impacted wisdom teeth may also need an extraction done in order to keep the rest of their smile healthy and intact. At Gold Coast Dental Moreno Valley, no matter which procedure you need, our emergency dentists will make sure that yours will always be painless and stress-free. To schedule your immediate cavity treatment, call our office at (951) 485-6577.



  • What do you do if you chip your tooth?

    When you have a chipped tooth, it might not always be a dental emergency. For chips that aren’t painful or don’t have sharp edges that can cut your gums or mouth, a simple cosmetic treatment like dental bonding or veneers may be enough to restore your tooth back to full health. Painful or dangerous chipped teeth, however, should be seen by an emergency dentist as soon as possible.

  • What happens if you leave a cracked tooth untreated?

    Leaving a cracked tooth alone can create a lot of complications for your smile. The crack can continue to grow, deepening further and causing serious pain once it reaches the sensitive dental pulp at the center of your tooth. Bacteria and plaque can also enter and infect the tooth, causing cavities and dental abscesses. Eventually, the damage to your tooth may become so severe that it may need to be extracted entirely.

  • What is the fastest way to stop a toothache at home?

    There are a number of ways you can manage your toothache pain at home, including saltwater rinses and ice packs, but the fastest and most effective home remedy is to use over-the-counter pain medications. Stopping the pain doesn’t get rid of the root problem causing it, though. You should come into our Moreno Valley dental office as soon as you can for emergency treatment so that we can take care of your toothache for good.

  • Can a toothache go away on its own?

    Toothaches may come and go, but that doesn’t mean that the dental issue causing it is gone. If you find that your toothache suddenly stops on its own and doesn’t reappear, this isn’t something to celebrate. This may be a sign that a cavity has badly damaged the tooth’s nerves, and your tooth may either be in danger of dying or has already died. If your toothache suddenly disappears, please see our emergency dentists immediately.

  • How do you stop nerve pain in your tooth?

    When you experience severe nerve pain, such as with a cavity, your dentist will most likely recommend that you get a root canal. This procedure removes both the infection and the decayed dental tissue causing your pain and reinforces the outer enamel of your tooth with either a filling or a crown to stop any future decay from hurting your tooth.

  • What causes gum pain?

    Gum pain can be caused by a variety of different reasons: gum disease, canker sores, tobacco use, rough brushing and flossing, periodontal or tooth abscesses, dental trauma and accidents, broken or damaged teeth, or even wearing your dentures for too long. If your gum pain lasts for days or even weeks, you should visit our expert dentists for a thorough diagnosis.

 


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