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We accept same-day emergency dental treatment appointments. Contact our dental clinic to schedule: ‭(815) 372-1160

woman with toothache needing emergency dentistry in romeoville il At Carillon Family Dental, we are committed to delivering highquality dental care and family dental services  in a safe and comfortable environment for the patient. We know that the need for an emergency dentist and dental professional can often arise when you least expect it. Our dental care team is here for you for all your family dentistry and other dental needs in the Romeoville area, including dental emergencies and preventive care.

What is a Dental Emergency?

  • Broken, chipped or fractured teeth
  • Uncontrollable bleeding
  • Painful swelling in or around your mouth
  • Knocked-out tooth
  • Severe tooth pain and/or infection

We Are Here For Your Dental Emergencies

For patients requiring emergency dental care and preventive care services in the Romeoville area, call our dental clinic at (815) 372-1160 for same day emergency appointments. Our dedicated team of emergency and general dentistry experts is available to answer any dental questions you may have. It is important that you do not avoid or delay treatment with a dental professional in these instances, as it can lead to further damage that may require expensive treatments. Request Emergency Appointment

What to Do in a Dental Emergency

In a dental emergency, it is important to remain calm and act quickly. If you handle the issue promptly, there is a real possibility of saving your tooth! Here are a few scenarios you may be experiencing and the steps you can take to salvage your tooth and oral health. If You Lose a Tooth: If your tooth is knocked out as a result of trauma, it is important to immediately locate the tooth if possible. Pick up the tooth by the crown, or the white outer part you typically see when you smile. If necessary, rinse the tooth in warm water, but do not remove any tissue or scrub the tooth. Finally, store the tooth in milk or gently return the tooth to its place, and make your way to our office within the hour for the best chance of having it returned to the socket correctly. If you Lost a Filling or Crown: It is very important that you do not use glue or other temporary measures to put your dental implants back in place. Call our office to have your dental crown or dental filling restored promptly through our restorative dentistry care. If you experience pain, we recommend using over-the-counter pain medication to manage these symptoms. If you have a Toothache: The first thing you can do is to swish warm water in your mouth or floss in order to dislodge any food particles that could be causing pain. If this isn’t successful, or you can see damage or swelling in the tissues of your mouth, schedule an appointment with our dental services office. Hold a cold compress to the outside of your cheek in order to numb any sites of pain while you wait for your appointment. You can also take over-the-counter pain medication, but do not apply any medication directly onto the site. If you have an Abscess: An abscess is a very serious condition that should be addressed immediately through oral surgery and other dental treatment options. There is the possibility that infection could spread to other parts of the body  if there is no dental intervention such as tooth extraction or root canal therapy. Call our emergency and general dentistry office immediately if you have an abscess. You can rinse with a mild salt water solution to manage pain in the meantime. Request Emergency Appointment

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