Accidents happen, which is exactly why cosmetic and general dentist Dr. Patricia Roach offers emergency dental care at our state-of-the-art office in Orlando, FL. While we treat a wide range of dental emergencies, some of the most common oral injuries are cracked, broken, painful, and knocked-out teeth. Dental emergencies may happen when biting or chewing hard or tough foods, a mishap while playing sports, a bad fall, or a blunt-force traumatic injury to the mouth, jaw, or face. You may or may not feel pain, but it is important to have your mouth checked after an injury to look for hidden damage, no matter how minor it may be. At Orlando Advanced Dentists, Dr. Roach and our team make dental emergency care a priority for our patients by providing fast, effective treatment and methods for preventing future problems.
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"Dr. Roach is the most amazing dentist. She is so warm and kind with amazing chair side manners. Incredibly gentle and extremely knowledgeable and truly master of her craft as well as attention to detail. Real quality work ! The office is immaculate and beautiful. The ladies in the office are just as incredible. Mandy, Arlene and Arika are always professional and caring and just as lovely and knowledgeable. Hands down best experience !"- L.M. / Google / May 21, 2020
There is a good chance you might need emergency dental care if a tooth or restoration comes out, you are in pain, or your tooth is cracked. Some types of oral injuries, such as a knocked-out (avulsed) or partially knocked-out (extruded) tooth, require urgent, timely care in order to save the tooth and your oral health. In some events, you may be unsure of how quickly you need treatment (for example, a loose tooth or restoration, trauma that does not cause pain or bleeding, or a chipped tooth). When you experience a minor or traumatic injury to your mouth, including to your teeth, gums, other soft tissues, or jawbone, get in touch with our office right away. Dr. Roach and our staff can help you decide how quickly to come in, offer methods to manage any pain, and let you know how to preserve your tooth or restoration until you arrive at our office. Even little injuries can cause more serious conditions if not treated right away so it is good to contact our office immediately anytime you or a family member experiences a dental concern.
What To Expect
Every dental emergency is unique so Dr. Roach will carefully assess your problem before providing a proper diagnosis and treatment recommendation. Digital images may be necessary to check for unseen problems and evaluate how your emergency may be affecting other areas of your oral health. Once Dr. Roach understands the extent of your condition, she will talk to you about your options and create a treatment plan to restore your oral health in the most conservative way possible. Depending on your treatment needs, you may need one or multiple procedures to restore your oral health. Dr. Roach has extensive experience in treating traumatic oral injuries and can provide the experienced care you or your loved one needs if such an event occurs.
Based on your issue, Dr. Roach will give you instructions to help you heal after your treatment. She may write you a prescription for antibiotics or pain medication that should be taken as directed. Dr. Roach and our team will also tell you if you need to schedule an appointment for another procedure or a follow-up visit. Once your dental emergency is treated, you may talk to Dr. Roach about ways to prevent future injuries, including a custom mouth guard to be worn while playing sports. It is important to adhere to a daily home oral care regimen with brushing and flossing to keep your teeth and gums strong and healthy. During your annual dental exam visits at Orlando Advanced Dentists, Dr. Roach will continue to keep an eye on your healing progress.
Emergency Dental Care
If you have pain, bleeding, or are experiencing trauma or an injury to your mouth, contact Orlando Advanced Dentists for emergency dental care. Dr. Roach and our skilled team will work to control your pain and repair any damage to your teeth, gums, jaw, or dental restorations. Quick treatment is the key to saving your oral health and preventing future problems. Please do not hesitate to contact our office in Orlando, FL for experienced dental care when you need it most.