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Emergency Dentist – McMinnville, OR

In Pain? One Call & We’ll Help!

Wake up this morning with a terrible toothache? Did a pick-up game with your friends end with you literally picking up one of your teeth? Whatever your dental emergency might be, you should seek out treatment immediately, and all you have to do is call Evans Street Dental. The trusted emergency dentist in McMinnville, OR, Dr. Ramsay, and our team are capable of stopping pain quickly and fixing all sorts of urgent problems, and we’re usually able to see emergency patients the same day that they call in. Reach out to us right away so we can make your pain disappear!

Why Choose Evans Street Dental for Emergency Dentistry?

How to Handle Common Dental Emergencies

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While the primary thing you should do in any dental emergency is call our dental office, you aren’t exactly helpless on your own. After you’ve contacted us and scheduled an appointment, here are a few ways to reduce any pain and take control while dealing with some of the most common emergencies:

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Is there something stuck between your teeth, like a piece of food? Try rinsing and flossing around the tooth to remove it. If this doesn’t help, then you likely have a dental infection or crack in the enamel, in which case you should take an OTC medication and apply a cold compress.

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Chipped/Broken Tooth

Collect as many pieces of the tooth you can find, and remember to bring them to our dental office. Take an OTC medication to ease any pain and apply a cold compress to manage swelling. If the remaining tooth has a sharp edge, make sure it’s covered to prevent further injury to the mouth. You can do this easily by using a piece of sugarless gum.

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Knocked-Out Tooth

Recover the tooth, give it a gentle rinse (don’t clean or scrub it), and place it under your tongue. This will help preserve the tooth until we can see you and put it back into its socket. Ideally, you should come to our dental office within an hour or so of the incident.

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Lost Filling/Crown

Rinse off the restoration and attempt to place it back onto your tooth, applying a little toothpaste if it keeps falling out. This is just a temporary fix, and you should come see us to get a proper repair even if you aren’t experiencing any pain, as it will definitely develop later!

How to Prevent Dental Emergencies

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When it comes to dental emergencies, prevention is always the best medicine. You can keep yourself safe from unexpected dental issues by:

The Cost of Treating Dental Emergencies

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The best way to minimize the pain and expense related to a dental emergency is to seek out treatment as quickly as possible. We guarantee that waiting will only make both much worse! We understand that the fear of a large dental bill prevents many people from seeking out urgent care, but we offer multiple payment options to make emergency dentistry easily affordable. In addition to accepting a long list of dental insurance plans, we also have our own in-office membership plan that’s perfect for those without traditional coverage.

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