All it takes is one wrong bite or a simple injury for your child to experience a toothache.
If you are experiencing a true emergency, call 911 immediately. You can also take your child to a dentist that offers emergency hours.
Keep reading to learn when to take your child to a dentist and what to do in the event of a dental emergency, or call Kool Smiles today to find out about our emergency dental services.
Toothaches may be caused by a variety of factors. Here are some reasons why you might need an emergency dentist:
If your child is experiencing any of these issues, call your dentist immediately.
Follow these steps in the event of a toothache emergency:
If you are a Kool Smiles patient and are calling during business hours, call us and come in to the office. For emergencies, call in advance so the dentists can prepare for your visit. We have convenient hours during the week and some offices are open on Saturdays.
If you are a Kool Smiles patient and are calling after business hours, you will be put in touch with the doctor on call.
If you are not a Kool Smiles patient and need immediate attention, call 911 or go to the nearest hospital emergency room.
Kool Smiles has many locations with trained dentists who love to treat kids, so try seeing if an office near you has an emergency spot open in the event that your child has a toothache.
If you need fast toothache relief, follow these tips as you seek professional emergency care:
Visit a Kool Smiles location near you or call us to set up an appointment with one of our toothache emergency dentists. We will treat your child’s toothache quickly and efficiently.
Best Health Mag: http://www.besthealthmag.ca/best-you/home-remedies/natural-home-remedies-toothache
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