Emergency Dentist in Wexford

Emergency Dentist in Wexford

When experiencing intense oral pain due to cracked tooth enamel, severe decay, or physical trauma, it’s unlikely that you’ll be able to sit in patience as you queue to see your dentist, or even schedule an appointment for the next (available) day. Sudden dental pain can disrupt your entire life, making it difficult to eat, sleep, or speak. Any injury of infection that diminishes the integrity of your oral health, regardless of the cause, should be handled with prompt, immediate, and professional care from your emergency dentist in Wexford, PA.

Dr. Dhileep Jinna works with a knowledgeable and experienced emergency dental team that will be prepared for you as soon as you arrive at the office, to make you feel safe and in capable hands. Our comfortable and welcoming environment helps emergency patients feel less stressed and anxious about their situation. Every procedure starts with a thorough exam and consultation so you can express all your concerns and take an active role in your treatment.

How can I avoid dental emergencies?

Most dental problems can be avoided by exercising proper oral hygiene, including regular brushing and flossing and routine dental visits for professional teeth cleaning and oral examination for early detection of problems and timely treatments.

You should also take simple precautions such as:

  • Avoiding bad lifestyle habits like nail biting, chewing on ice, and using your teeth to cut things as the impact may crack of break your teeth and/or restorations
  • Avoiding hard foods that may also damage your teeth and/or restorations
  • Wearing a mouthguard when participating in recreational activities and sports
  • When to consider emergency dental treatment

    You may require emergency treatment for any dental problem that cannot wait to be dealt with by booking an appointment during normal dental office hours, due to the severe pain, uncontrollable bleeding, discomfort, or risk of further dental or oral damage. It can be caused by accidents, tooth decay, infection, damaged restoration, or injury during sports or slip and fall.

    We recommend that you book an appointment or call our office while on your way (for cases that need urgent care) so we can make arrangements to reduce the waiting time, which can vary depending on the day and complexity of required treatment.