Emergency Dentistry in Franklin, MA

At Franklin Dental Arts, we understand that dental emergencies can happen unexpectedly and cause significant discomfort. That's why we are proud to offer top-quality emergency dental care in Franklin, MA. Our skilled team, led by Dr. Shreshtha Ramanlal, is dedicated to providing prompt and effective solutions to address your urgent oral health concerns.

Emergency Dentistry in Franklin, MA
Emergency Dentistry in Franklin, MA

How do I know I’m experiencing a dental emergency?

If you're unsure whether your dental issue requires immediate attention, here are some common signs of a dental emergency: severe tooth pain, broken or knocked-out teeth, bleeding gums, swelling, or any other condition causing intense discomfort. It's always better to be safe and seek professional dental assistance, so give us a call right away at (508) 520-1249 if you’re unsure.

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The Benefits of Emergency Dentistry

Immediate Relief and Peace of Mind

Our skilled team is dedicated to providing prompt and effective solutions to alleviate pain and address your dental emergency, giving you the peace of mind you deserve.

Preservation of Oral Health

By seeking emergency dental care, you can prevent further damage to your teeth and gums, ensuring the long-term health and functionality of your smile.

Expert Care in a Comfortable Environment

At Franklin Dental Arts, we prioritize your comfort and well-being. Our friendly staff and state-of-the-art facilities create a relaxing atmosphere for your emergency dental treatment.

Steps to Take in a Dental Emergency

Assess the Situation

In the event of a dental emergency, carefully assess your condition and identify the severity of the issue.

Contact Franklin Dental Arts

Reach out to our Franklin dentist immediately for professional guidance and to schedule an emergency appointment.

Follow First Aid Measures

While waiting for your appointment, you can rinse your mouth with warm water, apply a cold compress to reduce swelling, or use over-the-counter pain relievers if necessary.

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Did you know?

As a rule, any oral health problem that’s causing significant discomfort counts as a dental emergency.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Check out these frequently asked questions, or call us to speak with our team.

What are common dental emergencies?

Common dental emergencies include severe toothaches, knocked-out teeth, chipped or broken teeth, dental abscesses, and jaw fractures. If you're experiencing any of these, it's important to seek immediate dental care.

Is a chipped tooth a dental emergency?

Yes, a chipped tooth can be considered a dental emergency, especially if it causes pain or affects your ability to chew properly. Contact us for an evaluation and appropriate treatment options.

What should I do about a severe toothache?

If you're experiencing a severe toothache, rinse your mouth with warm water and gently floss to remove any potential debris. Avoid placing aspirin or any other painkiller directly on the tooth or gums. Contact us as soon as possible to identify and address the cause of the toothache.

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