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Having a Dental Emergency? Why You Should See Your Emergency Dentist

April 13, 2020

Filed under: Uncategorized — indianapolisteam @ 9:46 pm
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Life during the COVID-19 pandemic is stressful. The last thing you want to deal with is a dental emergency. Unfortunately, emergencies can happen to the best of us. While your first thought may be to head straight to an ER, you should think twice and schedule an appointment with your emergency dentist in Indianapolis.

Keeping Everyone Safe

Having a dental emergency can be a scary thing, one that you want to get taken care of right away. Even though many dental offices are closed for regular appointments during the pandemic, many are still open for emergency patients. They will likely be able to see you the same day that you call.

By going to the ER, you’re putting yourself in a place that is full of germs and bacteria. This puts you at higher risk not only to contract or spread COVID-19 but other diseases as well.

Dental offices take great precautions to maintain safer, sterile environments that will get you out of pain quickly and safely.

Protecting Our Healthcare Providers

Due to the pandemic, many of our hospitals and emergency rooms are reaching full capacity. The influx of COVID-19 patients, along with patients of all other medical ailments, has stretched resources thin. Healthcare workers are working themselves to the bone, most having to isolate themselves from their families for fear of spreading the germs they come into contact with every day.

Rather than adding to that burden, choose to see an emergency dentist instead. Not only are they uniquely qualified to handle your dental emergency, they are seeing patients strictly on an as-needed basis which means you’ll be seen quickly.

What Constitutes an Emergency?

A dental emergency typically means that you’re having pain of some kind or have broken something in your mouth. If you aren’t sure if you are having a dental emergency, your local emergency dentist will still be happy to consult with you.  

Some of the most common dental emergencies are:

  • Knocked-out or broken teeth
  • Severe toothaches
  • Pain or swelling in your face
  • Broken dental work such as crowns, bridges, dentures, or fillings

They will be able to see you quickly and are trained to treat whatever your situation may be. A visit to an emergency dentist will be quick, painless, and, above all, safe.

About the Author

Dr. Mark M. Farthing is always here for his patients. He has spent decades refining his dental technique and continuing his education to provide the very best dentistry available. He has studied at the prestigious Dawson Academy and can treat you regardless of what your dental emergency may be. If you think you may be having a dental emergency, he and his team at Indianapolis Family Dentistry are here to help via email or over the phone at (317) 622-6605.

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