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Dental Emergencies in Bakersfield

Dental emergencies can strike at any moment and cause serious pain to your smile. That’s why we’re here to provide prompt, compassionate care to address your urgent dental needs. Whether it's a broken tooth, a severe toothache, or a lost filling, we're right by your side to offer immediate relief and prevent any further complications.

Why Should I Get Care For My Dental Emergency?

Getting immediate care for your dental emergency is crucial not only to relieve unbearable pain but also to save a tooth that might otherwise be lost. Prompt treatment can also prevent infections from spreading and reduce the need for more extensive, costly dental work in the future.

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The Benefits

Pain Relief

The most immediate benefit of emergency dental care is the relief from intense pain. Our treatments are designed to alleviate your discomfort swiftly and effectively.

Prevent Further Damage

Addressing a dental emergency quickly can prevent the situation from getting worse. Timely care can save a tooth that might otherwise be lost and protect other teeth from damage.

Long-Term Oral Health Protection

By treating emergencies quickly, we can minimize the risk of long-term damage to your mouth and ensure that your dental health remains stable.

The Process

How It Works


Get In Touch

When you have a dental emergency, the first step is to contact our office immediately. We prioritize emergency cases and aim to see you as soon as possible.


Emergency Exam

When you arrive, we’ll conduct a quick but thorough examination of your dental emergency to assess the severity and determine the best course of action.


Swift Treatment

Whether it's a broken tooth, a lost filling, or severe pain, we’ll provide immediate treatment to address the emergency. Our goal is to relieve discomfort, prevent further damage, and set a plan for any necessary follow-up treatment.


What should I do if I’ve knocked out a tooth?

If you've knocked out a tooth, try to find the tooth and handle it by the crown, not the root. Gently rinse it without scrubbing. Keep moist in milk or saliva. and get to our office as quickly as possible. Time is crucial in saving the tooth.

What should I do if my dental work has fallen out?

If a filling, crown, or other dental work has fallen out, keep it safe and avoid chewing on that side of your mouth. Contact us immediately for an appointment. Do not attempt to reattach it yourself as this could cause further damage.

What should I do about a severe toothache?

Call us as soon as possible for an appointment to address the cause of the pain. In the meantime, you can manage the pain by applying a cold compress to your cheek, taking over-the-counter pain medication, or using a topical product like Orajel to numb the area.

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