Urgent Care – Call Us ASAP 321-639-7400!
When you are in pain from a toothache or other dental emergency, the rest of your life gets put on hold, you don’t sleep well, and relationships suffer. Emergencies seem to happen at the worst times – just before leaving town for work or fun, on a Friday afternoon, or right at the holidays. We understand the stress this creates and help people like this every day. If you have any of the following problems, we promise to get you in as quickly as possible, relieve the pain so you can get on with your life, and offer you a time in the future to discover together WHY this happened and how to PREVENT it from happening again.
- Cracked Tooth
- Trauma to the teeth
- Severe TMJ or Myofacial Pain
- Infection – Pain and/or Swelling
Broken, Chipped or Dislodged Teeth
If you have broken or chipped a tooth, contact our office. We will accommodate you and see you as soon as possible. Dr. O’Connor will assess the tooth and recommend the best restoration.
If a tooth is dislodged, it is important to find the tooth, put it back in the socket if possible and immediately see us at our office. If unable to temporarily place the tooth back in the socket as you travel to our office, put the tooth in milk in a closed container.