Emergency Dentist Garland, TX

If you are experiencing a dental emergency, please contact our office as soon as possible for care advice or a same-day appointment. Prompt treatment for a dental emergency can often prevent extensive damage or related dental problems down the road. Cornerstone Family Dentistry offers emergency dental care in Garland, TX, and can help you restore your dental health with appropriate treatment.

We often see dental emergencies the same day when considered necessary for your dental health. Dental emergencies are one of the general dentistry services we provide to the public in Garland, Texas. 

Treating Dental Emergencies in Garland, TX

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Dr. Giang and our dental care team in Garland are equipped to treat your dental emergency and help you restore the health of your smile. There are many things that can suddenly impact the health or comfort of your smile.

If you are experiencing significant damage or pain, call our office to discuss the situation and your possible need for same-day dental care. Our staff may offer advice on mitigating damage at home until you can be seen by our dentist.

Knocked Out Tooth

If you have had a tooth knocked out, it is imperative that you contact us immediately. In most cases, we will see you that day to manage the emergency. If possible to locate the lost tooth, keep it moist by placing under the tongue or in a container of warm milk. Dr. Giang may try to re-attach the tooth if the root is stable. If the tooth is lost or unable to be re-attached, we will treat any damaged tissue and discuss your tooth replacement options.

Chipped or Cracked Tooth

A tooth or teeth can become chipped, cracked, or damaged in a variety of ways. If this occurs as a result of trauma, contact our office to discuss when to be seen. A damaged tooth should be repaired in a timely manner to avoid additional deterioration of the tooth or decay. If there is associated pain, placing a warm compress on the outside of the cheek can reduce your discomfort.

Broken Dental Restoration

If you have a dental crown, denture, or dental bridge that has been damaged or come out, prompt dental care is important. In some cases, the restoration can be reattached during your visit. Otherwise, we will work with you to create a new restoration.

Tooth Pain

Sudden or excessive tooth pain can indicate a range of potential dental health concerns and should be addressed as soon as possible. If you experience a sudden toothache, or sharp pain in and around tooth contact our office for care advice. Our dental care team can evaluate your condition and identify the source of the pain so that appropriate treatment can be recommended.