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Emergency Dentist Towson, MD

If you are experiencing a dental emergency, we encourage you to contact our office directly. 

Dental emergencies are any unexpected, sudden pain or discomfort stemming from your dental structures. This includes your teeth, jawbone, and soft tissues. If you suspect that you’re dealing with a dental emergency, the best thing to do is to contact your dentist as soon as possible. In our Towson, MD dental office, we provide emergency dentistry services. This means that we will prioritize your care if you are experiencing a dental emergency. Our staff will do the best they can to ensure you are seen as soon as possible to limit the duration of your pain or discomfort.

General Dentist in Towson Maryland

Emergency Dentistry in Towson, MD

Drs. Ousborne and Esterson are experienced emergency dentists in Towson, MD. They will ensure that you are taken care of as soon as possible to avoid further pain or discomfort. The thing to know about dental emergencies is that they will likely only get worse if left untreated. Even if your dental pain goes away, it’s important to have your teeth evaluated by a professional to address any underlying causes of your dental emergency.

Common Dental Emergencies

Our dental practice treats any and all dental emergencies with the same sense of urgency. Regardless of your dental emergency, we encourage you to contact our office so that we can advise you on your necessary care. The following are common dental emergencies that we see in our office:

Knocked-Out Tooth

A knocked-out tooth can sometimes be reattached if seen by a dental professional in a timely manner. Recover the knocked-out tooth if possible Pick it up by the crown, avoiding touching the tooth roots. Then, place the tooth in a cup of milk and head straight to our dental office.

Toothaches

Toothaches can have a variety of causes including severe tooth decay, small cavities, or dental damage. It’s important to have toothaches evaluated even if the pain goes away on its own. Utilizing over-the-counter pain relievers is a good way to relieve your discomfort in the moment before being seen by a professional dentist. Just be sure to not hold any pain reliever pills directly over the affected tooth in your mouth, as this will only further irritate it.

Jaw Pain

Jaw pain often stems from a TMJ disorder or related issue. Symptoms of TMJ disorders can be very distracting and debilitating. See your dentist as soon as possible if you suspect you have a TMJ disorder or chronic jaw pain. Holding a cold compress over the affected area of your jaw will help reduce inflammation and facial swelling.