Corona, California Emergency 92879

If You Have A Dental Emergency, Call Us Right Now … Even If You Are From Out Of Town

How Can A Corona Emergency Dentist Help


Knocked Out Tooth


Loose Tooth, Tooth Out of Alignment


Chipped, Cracked or Fractured Teeth


Tissue Injury and Facial Pain


Severe Infection and Abscess

Are You Looking For An Emergency Dentist Near You In Corona, California?  Are You In Severe Pain, Have Excessive Bleeding or Knocked Out A Tooth?  Call This Number Right Now For An Emergency Appointment.


A Corona Emergency Dentist Is Available To Help You With Your Pain or Trauma

At somepoint in our lives, we will mostly likely have a dental emergency that will require immediate attention.  Here at Dental Care of Corona, we help patients who may have a dental emergency and need immediate relief from pain.

Are You Traveling And Have A Dental Emergency?

It’s unfortunate, but sometimes dental emergencies occur while we are traveling.  You break a tooth or a crown comes off while eating out, and you simply are at a loss as to what you should do.

We understand these types of emergencies can occur and we also understand how nervous you can be about seeing a doctor that you may not be used too.  However, we will take great care of you and work to make you as comfortable as possible. If you have questions or concerns, we invite you to ask about them and we will do our best to answer them completely.

What Types of Emergencies Do We Handle?

If you are experiencing severe pain, have a tooth that has been knocked out, have severe tissue damage due to trauma, then you need to come in right away.  If you have knocked a tooth out, then pick it up by the crown and do not touch the root of the tooth.  Rinse the tooth off and place it in a cup of milk and get to the dentist office as fast as you can.

If you have tooth that has become severely loose or become misaligned, then call our office as soon as you can.  It is important to get the tooth back in place.

If you have chipped or cracked a tooth and it doesn’t hurt, you probably don’t have an immediate emergency.  However, if you are in severe pain, then come on in to the office.

A cracked or fractured tooth is a serious issue constituting a dental emergency. Fractured or cracked teeth usually suggest that damage has occurred to the inside of the tooth as well as to the outside. Severe fractures are so extreme that the tooth cannot be saved. If you suffer a fractured tooth, call your dentist immediately for an emergency appointment and follow these steps:

  • Clean your mouth out by gently rinsing thoroughly with warm water.
  • If the fracture is caused by facial trauma, apply a cold compress to the area to minimize any swelling.
  • Take acetaminophen (not aspirin) according to the packaging directions to alleviate pain.
  • Never apply a painkiller to the gum because it can burn the gum tissue. This includes Orajel, which often is marketed for these types of procedures.

An X-ray will be needed in order for your dentist to properly diagnose the condition of your tooth. If the soft tissue inside of the tooth (the tooth pulp) is damaged, your tooth may need a root canal. If the pulp is not damaged, the tooth might only need a crown.

Injuries to your tissues in the mouth such as punctures, tears or lacerations need to be taken care of immediately.  Because your mouth has so much bacteria in it, the risk for infection is very great.

If you have a dental emergency and your in the Corona, California area, then we invite you to give us a call.  We are here to help and get you out of pain as soon as possible.

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