The best way to lower your risk of dental emergencies is to brush and floss twice a day and stay on top of your routine dental visits.
Emergency Dentist in Spokane
There are some things in life you just can’t plan for! Breaking a tooth, sudden loss of a tooth, severe toothaches, intense nerve pain or gum swelling— are a few that come to mind. Here at Indian Trail Dental Care, we know dental emergencies are never ideal and often occur at the worst times.
We never want our patients to find themselves in the uncomfortable position of having to put off treatment due to appointment availability. That’s why we leave gaps in our schedule specifically for emergency appointments.Cracked or knocked-out teeth, pain, swelling, or bleeding that can’t be easily controlled–accidents and other dental events can happen to anyone, anytime.
When you call Indian Trail Dental with a dental emergency, our priority is to get you diagnosed, out of pain, and headed toward a solution as quickly and easily as possible. Whether you are a regular patient or not, our team will dedicate a custom treatment plan to fit your needs.
Emergency Dental Care at Indian Trail Dental
The first step to treating your dental emergency is contacting our office to make an appointment. A member from our team will assess your symptoms and determine the best course of action. Next they will schedule your appointment and provide you with home care to help make you as comfortable as possible before we see you. We are with you every step of the way!
If you or a family member is experiencing:
Severe Oral Pain
Pus Or Infection
Call us immediately
to make an appointment. A dental emergency can happen to anyone at any time. If you have a dental concern resulting from an infection, accident or another reason, please let us know so you can get the help and relief you need. If you are unsure if what you are experiencing is a dental emergency, feel free to call and speak to someone from our team. We are more than happy to answer any and all questions!
Preventing Future Dental Emergencies
While we can never expect the unexpected, here are some tips to help avoid surprise visits to our office! The best way to lower your risk of dental emergencies is to brush and floss twice a day and stay on top of your routine dental visits. Visits to the dentist every six months help us monitor your overall oral health and can aid us in predicting (and preventing!) future issues with your teeth and gums. When playing sports, we recommend always wearing the proper face or mouthguard to protect your teeth from injury.
Don’t live with tooth pain. Give us a call today! Dental emergencies are nothing to be ashamed of. We can get you back on track to a healthy, happy smile in no time. Schedule an appointment today and take the first step toward good oral health.