January 30, 2015
Do you know who to call in a dental emergency? Accidents happen, and knowing what to do and who to call when one occurs can mean the difference between saving and losing a tooth. When you have a dental emergency, it’s important to visit a dentist or emergency room as soon as possible. If you, or someone you love, need emergency dental care, contact our office at (609) 261-2928 immediately for treatment. Mt. Holly Family Dentistry proudly serves families daily throughout Mt. Holly, NJ, Westampton, Hainesport, Lumberton, Springfield, Pemberton, and the surrounding communities.
What Qualifies As a Dental Emergency?
Anytime you’re in pain or discomfort, it qualifies as a dental emergency. Common dental related emergencies include:
- A knocked-out permanent or adult tooth
- A cracked or fractured tooth
- Injury to your tongue or other soft tissue
- Severe toothache
- Objects stuck in between teeth
- Painful or bleeding mouth sores
- Broken or knocked out dental restorations (fillings or crowns)
- Broken dentures
We’re Open Later than Any Other Mt. Holly New Jersey Dentist
If you need immediate emergency dental care, don’t worry. We’re dedicated to fulfilling the emergency needs of the Mt. Holly community. That’s why we offer late hour appointments with availability Monday thru Thursday from 8 a.m until 8 p.m and Friday from 8 a.m until 4 p.m.
Remember, any dental emergency, such as an injury to the teeth or gums, can be potentially serious and should never be taken lightly. Ignoring dental pain or trauma can increase the risk of permanent damage as well as the potential for more invasive and expensive treatment in the future. Contact our office immediately at (609) 261-2928 for the fast and convenient emergency dental care you deserve. Mt. Holly Family Dentistry delivers quality care daily throughout Mt. Holly, NJ, Westampton, Hainesport, Lumberton, Springfield, Pemberton, and the nearby areas.
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