Beautiful Woman Smiling After a Successful Emergency Dentistry

Emergency Dentistry in Houston, TX

Dr. Noufele and her team at Adonia Dentistry are committed to providing outstanding dental care to patients in Houston, TX, and the surrounding communities. They are fully equipped and prepared to deliver state-of-the-art emergency dental services to provide the needed relief and ensure the best possible treatment outcomes.

Beautiful Woman Smiling After a Successful Emergency Dentistry

Emergency Dentistry in Houston, TX

Dr. Noufele and her team at Adonia Dentistry are committed to providing outstanding dental care to patients in Houston, TX, and the surrounding communities. They are fully equipped and prepared to deliver state-of-the-art emergency dental services to provide the needed relief and ensure the best possible treatment outcomes.

What Qualifies as a Dental Emergency?

As a general rule, a dental emergency is a situation that requires immediate attention to stop bleeding, alleviate severe pain, fight an infection, or save a damaged tooth. Therefore, a severe toothache, a knocked-out permanent tooth, a broken or chipped tooth, swelling, an abscess, or bleeding from the mouth all qualify as dental emergencies.

If you are experiencing a dental emergency, please contact our Houston dental clinic right away. We’re pleased to offer walk-in and same-day appointments to provide prompt services. Please call our emergency number for guidance if you require urgent care outside our office hours.

If you experience a life-threatening emergency, please call 911.

Common Dental Emergencies

Dental pain can be excruciating and may indicate a serious infection. Try to rinse with warm salt water, floss to dislodge any trapped food, and use over-the-counter pain medication. Our emergency dentist will provide the needed treatments to alleviate your pain as quickly as possible.

Another dental emergency we see quite often is having a knocked-out permanent tooth. Try to return the tooth to its socket without touching the root. If that’s not possible, carry it in a container of milk and seek emergency care right away. Time is of the essence. A tooth that’s implanted within an hour of being knocked out has the best chance of being saved.

Other common emergencies include loose, dislodged, fractured, chipped, broken, cracked, or injured teeth. Collect any pieces of the tooth to bring them to your emergency appointment. Cold compresses and gentle pressure may help. If you see a bump on the gum or have swelling in the face, you may have a serious infection requiring immediate care. Call our office immediately.

If there is bleeding from the mouth, place gentle pressure to control it. In the case of severe bleeding that you can’t contain, please head to your nearest emergency room.

Emergency Dentist in Houston, TX

At Adonia Dentistry, we understand how stressful dental emergencies can be. Our gentle approach and cutting-edge emergency services will ensure you get the quality emergency dental care you need and deserve. If you or a loved one ever experience a dental emergency, our team is here to support you every step of the way!

Call us at 832.701.0027 or follow the link to request a time that fits your busy schedule. We'll contact you to confirm your appointment.