Emergency Dentist in Mandarin
A chipped tooth, uncomfortable pressure in your teeth or gums, or an agonizing toothache creates an urgent need for relief. Advanced Dental Care of Florida in Jacksonville makes every attempt to see emergency appointments on the same day during business hours to alleviate your symptoms and prevent further damage to your dental health. Our hours are on Mondays from 8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m., on Tuesdays and Fridays from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., and on Wednesdays and Thursdays from 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m..
If you are experiencing a MEDICAL emergency,
please dial 911
If you are experiencing a DENTAL emergency during regular business hours:
call (904) 638-7181
Where to Find an Emergency Dentist
Having a dental emergency doesn’t necessarily mean a trip to the emergency room. During his 40-year career of providing dental care to the Jacksonville area, Dr. Harvey Eber has handled numerous dental emergencies in Mandarin. Simply call our office during regular business hours and our compassionate staff will make every attempt to help you. If your dental emergency occurs after hours, please leave us a message about the problem and we will contact you on the next business day.
What Can Cause a Toothache or Mouth Pain?
There’s no one issue that causes a toothache or mouth pain. Many people instantly think of a cracked or broken tooth or a tooth knocked out as a dental emergency – and those are – but dental decay (cavities), an abscessed tooth, a loose filling, or a crown that’s come off also can be quite painful and need swift care. Even sinus pressure and tooth enamel worn thin by grinding the teeth might require an emergency appointment to relieve painful symptoms. Don’t wonder whether your problem is serious enough to qualify as an emergency; often, waiting to see if the problem resolves itself can lead to more serious damage. Our general dentist can treat accidental injuries and provide temporary restorations as needed. Just call our office to discuss your problem further.
What is a Root Canal?
When an injury such as a crack in a tooth or a large cavity damages the soft pulp of the tooth, it becomes infected or inflamed. The pulp contains blood vessels, connective tissue, and nerves, and helps the root of the tooth grow when the tooth is developing.
A root canal is a procedure that can help save the tooth. The treatment involves removing the damaged pulp, cleaning and disinfecting the area, and then sealing it. While some people envision a painful process, a root canal is actually similar to getting a filling. Root canals do not cause pain; they eliminate it.
Our general dentist performs root canal treatment on adults as well as root canals on children under 12.
When to Get Emergency Dental Treatment
Naturally, the type of emergency treatment you need depends on the type of injury and the severity of pain. If it’s the weekend or after hours, if your symptoms or your child’s symptoms are severe, or if you’re unsure about the seriousness of the condition, it might best to seek treatment at your nearest emergency room or call 911. But if it’s during business hours, we’re here for you to answer questions and get care as swiftly as possible.
Call Advanced Dental Care of Florida today at (904) 638-7181 to request an emergency dental appointment in Mandarin.
How to Handle More Serious Problems
Although our general dentist can handle many dental emergencies, there are some conditions that require more immediate or specialized treatment.
You might need help from your primary-care physician, an oral surgeon or the emergency room if you or your child suffers from any of the following:
- Severe swelling of the face or gums
- Severe bleeding
- Sudden injuries to the face, head, teeth or jaw.
Call Today to Schedule an Emergency Dental Appointment
If you have a dental emergency, call our office at (904) 638-7181 during regular business hours, and we will do our best to have you come in that same day. We want to diagnose the problem, alleviate or eliminate your pain, and determine if further treatment is needed.
Don’t wait. If you have mouth pain in Mandarin, call our emergency dental office in Jacksonville today.