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We’re Your Guide Through Any Dental Emergency

One of the most common reasons why the phone rings at Northpointe Smiles is because someone is in pain and experiencing a dental emergency in Tomball. If you think it’s only you who’s struggling with dental discomfort and pain, think again. You’re not alone, especially with the team at Northpointe Smiles on your side.

We’re not here to judge or lecture, we’d rather spend our time and yours helping you feel better with same-day dentistry in Tomball. How do you know if you’re experiencing a dental emergency? Here are some common issues:

  • Gum swelling
  • Toothaches or abscessed tooth
  • Broken or chipped teeth
  • Lost filling or crown
  • Knocked out tooth

Whatever your issue, we believe in delivering same-day dentistry to help get you out of pain and start smiling again.

Things always happen at the worst time, when you think there’s nothing you can do but manage or struggle with the discomfort. Emergencies happen, and we will be the first to tell you that they happen to everyone. You’re not alone, and whatever you’re experiencing has most likely already happened to one of our current patients.

From trauma-related to sporting injury dental dilemmas, we do our best to see you the same day you contact us. In the event our office is closed when you call, we do have an emergency contact line available.

Some common issues that fall under emergency include:

Traumatic dental injuries like knocked-out teeth, lost filling, a lost or broken crown, a toothache, cracked tooth, broken dentures, swelling in the gums or cheeks when pain is present, lost or broken teeth.

If you experience any of these issues please call our office, we offer emergency appointments and same-day dentistry.

Knocked-Out Teeth in Tomball

  • Pick up the tooth by the crown (the chewing surface) NOT the root, handle the tooth carefully when you pick it up, and never touch the root of the tooth, only the crown.
  • If dirty, gently rinse the tooth with only water do not use soap or chemicals. Don’t scrub or dry the tooth, and don’t wrap the tooth in a tissue or cloth, store the tooth in a container of milk.
  • The tooth must stay moist at all times,  if it can’t be replaced in the socket, put it in milk, in your mouth next to your cheek, or in an emergency tooth preservation kit (such as Save-a-Tooth®).
  • Try to put the tooth back into its socket right away. Gently push it in with your fingers, by handling the crown, or position it above the socket and close your mouth slowly. Hold the tooth in place with your fingers or by gently biting down on it.
  • It’s best to see the doctor within 30 minutes; however, it is possible to save a tooth even if it has been outside the mouth for an hour or more.
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