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Castle Rock Emergency Dentistry

If you have a dental emergency requiring immediate attention, PLEASE call our office so we may be prepared the best we can for your visit. We are not a walk-in clinic and there may be a short wait.

If it is a life-threatening emergency, call 911.

Toothache

Begin by flossing the area to dislodge anything that may be stuck between the teeth. If you see swelling, apply a cold compress to the outside of the face. DO NOT place aspirin on the gums as this can cause a burn to the gum tissue. You can administer over-the-counter pain relief medication (Ibuprofen or Tylenol) according to package direction. If discomfort and/or swelling persist, call the office.

Knocked out tooth

Call our office immediately. We will need to take an x-ray of the area.

Chipped or Fractured Tooth

Call our office immediately and we will help determine if the tooth requires urgent treatment. If the teeth are more sensitive than usual, administer over-the-counter pain relief medication according to package direction.

Cut Lip or Cheek

Apply firm pressure with a soft cloth to the cut. If bleeding is not controlled within 15 minutes, contact our office and/or go to the nearest emergency room. Applying ice to injured areas will also help control swelling.

Cold or Canker Sores

Over-the-counter medications can provide temporary relief until the sore heals. These sores can sometimes be signs of more serious illnesses, let us know if sores worsen and/or persist.

753 Maleta Ln #104, Castle Rock, CO 80108 (303) 660-5373