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Do You Treat Dental Emergencies?

April 12, 2021
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Posted By: Prairie Dental Care
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At Prairie Dental Care, our dentists make time in their schedules to treat dental emergencies. And your emergency dentist in Aurora, IL always takes measures to see you as soon as possible.

If you have a toothache or other oral health issue, contact our dental office as soon as possible. A member of our knowledgeable staff can provide advice and comfort tips until your emergency appointment.  

Emergency Dental Appointments in Aurora, IL

The goals of your emergency visit are stabilization, pain management, and restoring your oral health. In some situations, if you need a root canal, for example, your emergency visit will be broken into more than one appointment. But rest assured, we will take care of your pain as soon as possible.

During your visit, you can count on our team to work together to put you at ease and restore your comfort and your oral health.

Types of Dental Emergencies

There are all types of dental emergencies, but the most common is a toothache. Other emergencies include:

  • Jaw pain
  • Jaw swelling
  • Gum or soft tissue inflammation
  • Broken or lost tooth or restoration

Preventing Future Dental Emergencies

Because most dental emergencies center around toothaches and infections, prevention is the key to lowering your risks. Be sure to brush and floss your teeth twice each day or more. Also, visit your dentist twice yearly for exams and dental cleanings. These practical steps can lower your risks for infections and pain.

For Emergency Dentistry Near Me, Reach Out to Our Dental Team

We treat dental emergencies as soon as possible. If you have a toothache or other oral health change, we want to hear from you.

We serve patients in all areas, including our neighbors in North Aurora, Sugar Grove. Geneva, Batavia, Oswego, and Montgomery, IL. For your convenience, our dentists—Drs. Christine Wang and Xiaoyu Ma— also speak several languages, including English, Cantonese, Mandarin, and Spanish.  

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