Emergency Dental in Snoqualmie, Washington, 98024, (253) 243-6576

Emergency Dental in Snoqualmie, WA

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Emergency Dental Clinic in Snoqualmie, Washington, 98024

Dental Emergencies

Dental emergencies can happen at any time of day or night and they range from painful toothaches to broken teeth. When dealing with a dental emergency time is of the essence, so having an emergency dentist available on standby is important when it comes to the peace of mind of you and your family. Sunrise Dental of Covington will accommodate you as quickly as possible; if your dental emergency is life threatening please be sure to call 911 or visit your local hospital.

Dental emergencies can include any of the following:

Toothache

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Toothaches can be extremely painful. While painkillers may soothe the pain, it is important to consult an emergency dentist quickly to identify the root cause. Certain toothaches can be caused by tooth decay reaching a nerve or can also be linked to other medical issues such as ear and nasal problems. Use a cold compress to reduce any swelling and consider taking ibuprofen, not aspirin, if you require immediate pain relief.

Chipped or knocked out teeth

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Many different accidents can cause your teeth to get chipped or knocked out. Fortunately, a skilled emergency dentist like Sunrise Dental of Covington can in many cases save your broken or chipped tooth, fully restoring your amazing smile. When heading to the dentist you should remember to carry the tooth or broken pieces of your tooth with you. Doing so increases the chances of saving your natural tooth and avoiding the costs of getting a new crown.
Rinse the tooth in water and attempt to place it gently back in the socket to keep it moist, without pushing it all the way into the root. If this is not possible you can also hold the tooth in your mouth, between your cheek and gums, the main goal being to keep the tooth moist while you’re preparing to travel to the emergency dental clinic.

Foreign objects between teeth

If you bite into something and the material gets lodged in between your teeth you may need to visit your emergency dentist if flossing doesn’t remove the item. Do not try and force the object out as doing so can worsen the damage to your teeth and gums. Your emergency dentist at Sunrise Dental of Covington will inspect the issue and determine how to proceed without causing further damage.

Lost crown or filling

A lost filling or crown can lead to severe pain and you may not be able to wait until normal office hours to see your dentist. Our team at Sunrise Dental of Covington will always do their best to accommodate you as quickly as possible.

Bleeding

Bleeding is caused by many things including a loose tooth or trauma to the gums, cheeks, lips or tongue. You can try stopping the bleeding by applying cold compress but we recommend you visit our office in Covington to be seen by one of our skilled dental professionals to make sure that the issue is not serious.

Sunrise Dental is your premier emergency dental clinic in Covington WA. We also offer general dentistry, specialty dentistry and cosmetic dentistry services. Make an appointment with us today.

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City's in King County: Renton, Wilderness Rim, Black Diamond, Shoreline, Riverbend, Tukwila, Lakeland North, Clyde Hill, North Bend, Vashon

Zip Codes in Snoqualmie, Washington: 98024, 98045, 98065