Dental Emergency West San Jose
Emergency Dentist Dr. Jennifer New
West San Jose Dentist Dr. Jennifer New can relieve your dental pain today!
Our emergency dental service treatments include but not limited to:
- Tooth Ache
- Abscessed Tooth
- Broken, Chipped Tooth or Tooth Loss
- Loose Fillings
- Accident or Injury
- Bleeding or Swelling
Whether it is an abscessed tooth, facial accident, injury, trauma, bleeding, broken tooth or teeth, child emergency, swelling, laceration, or toothache – we can safely treat the problem and get your life back to normal.
Patients who need Urgent Dental Care can reserve Same Day Dental Appointments. By providing Same Day Care, it is our mission to relieve you of your pain, save your teeth, and prevent another sleepless night or lost day at work. For dental emergencies, we are here to help!
Knocked Out Tooth San Jose
Hold the tooth by the crown and rinse off the root of the tooth in water if it’s dirty. Do not scrub it or remove any attached tissue fragments. If possible, gently insert and hold the tooth in its socket. If that isn’t possible, put the tooth in a cup of milk and call West San Jose Dentist Dr. Jennifer New as quickly as possible. Remember to take the tooth with you!
Broken Tooth San Jose
Rinse your mouth with warm water to clean the area. Use cold compresses on the area to keep any swelling down. Call West San Jose Dentist Dr. Jennifer New immediately.
Toothache San Jose
Rinse your mouth with warm water to clean it out. Gently use dental floss or an interdental cleaner to ensure that there is no food or other debris caught between the teeth. Never put aspirin or any other painkiller against the gums near the aching tooth because it may burn the gum tissue. If the pain persists, contact West San Jose Dentist Dr. Jennifer New.
Objects Caught Between Teeth
Try to gently remove the object with dental floss; avoid cutting the gums. Never use a sharp instrument to remove any object that is stuck between your teeth. If you can’t dislodge the object using dental floss, contact Dr. New.
Bitten Lip or Tongue
Clean the area gently with a cloth and apply cold compresses to reduce any swelling. If the bleeding doesn’t stop, go to a hospital emergency room immediately.
Do you have a cracked tooth?
When you bite down, you feel a sharp pain. It quickly disappears, and perhaps you ignore it. You avoid certain foods or chew only on one side of your mouth. Does this sound familiar? If so, you may have a cracked tooth.
What causes a tooth to crack?
A tooth may crack due to a variety of factors: chewing on hard objects or foods such as ice, nuts or hard candy; an accident, such as a blow to the mouth; grinding and clenching your teeth; uneven chewing pressure; stress on a tooth; loss of a significant portion of tooth structure through wear, large fillings or other restorations; exposure of tooth enamel to temperature extremes, such as eating hot food and then drinking ice water; brittleness of teeth that have undergone endodontic (root canal) treatment.