Looking for an Emergency Dentist in Cedar Park, TX?
Are you experiencing a dental emergency? Prompt emergency dental treatment for Traumatic dental injuries prevents expensive and invasive dental procedures. Find out how Aviva Dental Care of Cedar Park, TX office can help alleviate your suffering from oral trauma. Call (512)-852-8528 immediately to schedule an appointment for same-day emergency dental care.
Traumatic dental injuries such as chipped teeth, dislodged teeth, knocked-off teeth, abscesses, infected gums, and severe tooth decay resulting in excruciating pain are a few examples of dental emergencies. Dental emergencies require immediate examination and prompt treatment from an emergency dentist. Should you wait longer, the issue may cause irreversible damage and deteriorate to the point where expensive and invasive dental procedures would be necessary. Cedar Park emergency dentist - Dr. Apurva Arjarapu provides same-day emergency dental care, performs a comprehensive dental exam, thoroughly reviews the x-ray for injuries, and recommends the best treatment plan to help prevent further damage. Call our office to schedule an appointment for your dental emergency.
Same-day emergency dental care in Cedar Park, Texas
Dr. Apurva Arjarapu and her expertly trained staff provide same-day emergency dental care services for patients in Cedar Park, Leander, Austin, and Round Rock. Call our office to schedule an appointment.
What is a dental emergency?
According to the American Academy of Family Physicians journal research, 22% of Americans experience orofacial pain. Dental emergencies are common and require immediate attention. We strongly recommend that Cedar Park patients call our office to seek timely care for the following dental emergencies.
- Unbearable toothache
- Dislodged, cracked, or broken tooth
- Dental Abscess - Pus or infection on the gum
- Excessive bleeding or swelling on the gum
- An accident resulting in injury to your mouth or jaw
- A lost dental restoration or broken braces wires
When should you visit an emergency dentist instead of an emergency room?
Emergency dentists treat emergencies related to the tooth, gum, or jaws. Since emergency rooms may not have equipment or expertise on-site to provide dental emergency care, they often refer the patient to an emergency dentist. According to the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality research study, emergency dental offices could have handled 99% of the dental-related emergency room visits for a fraction of the cost.