Dental Emergency

Dental emergencies are never convenient and can happen to anyone. Despite your best efforts, you may be experiencing a dental emergency because of unexpected falls, injuries from sports, and other issues.

When a dental emergency occurs, you should contact Dr. Perrone immediately. Whether you have a minor problem, such as a chipped surface or signs of major dental emergencies, Dr. Perrone and her team are here to help. Dr. Perrone offers numerous advanced dental procedures to address your dental concerns and help you maintain optimal oral health.

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Determining precisely what a dental emergency is can be difficult. Issues that seem fairly mild, such as a toothache or increased tooth sensitivity, may indicate a severe issue, such as a dental infection, tooth decay, or gum disease.

You should be proactive and seek immediate dental care if you are experiencing any dental discomfort. If anything in your mouth feels out of the ordinary, don't hesitate to contact Dr. Perrone.

Most dental problems start as mild issues that gradually escalate and can affect your entire mouth. Even issues like minor tooth decay can eventually spread deeper into the inner layers of your tooth, causing the need for root canal therapy or tooth extraction.

You should contact Dr. Perrone when you first notice the signs and symptoms of dental problems, such as increased sensitivity, gum redness, tenderness, and toothaches.

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  • Visible swelling of the jaw
  • Excessive bleeding
  • Gum tissue tenderness
  • Redness of the Gum tissues
  • Gum inflammation or puffiness
  • Severe toothaches
  • Loose teeth
  • Broken and chipped teeth
  • Dental infections
  • Lost dental crowns
  • Lost dental veneers
  • Soft tissue trauma
  • Knocked-out teeth
  • Severe dental fractures

Personalized Emergency Dentistry

You can expect a thorough consultation and dental evaluation when you visit our office. Dr. Perrone will examine your teeth and gums, discuss your symptoms, and use digital x-rays to visualize the root cause of your dental issues.

After assessing the extent and nature of your dental problems, Dr. Perrone will develop a personalized treatment plan to relieve your discomfort.