Maryam Nassiri, DDS
Family and Cosmetic Dentist located in Antioch, CA
The prospect of a dental emergency can seem scary, but it doesn’t have to. Maryam Nassiri, DDS, and her team at Vivo Dental in Antioch, California, are standing by ready to help in the event of an emergency. They provide prompt, compassionate emergency dentistry services for a variety of situations, including tooth pain, chipped teeth, and broken teeth. Same-day appointments and even walk-ins are welcome. If you’ve experienced a dental emergency, let the office know right away.
Emergency Dentistry Q & A
What are typical emergency dentistry services?
The team at Vivo Dental handles a variety of different dental emergencies, such as injuries, accidents, and broken or damaged restorations. The most common issues Dr. Nassiri deals with are general cases of tooth pain or aches, and chipped or broken teeth.
At the office, the team handles dental emergencies for patients of all ages. If anyone in your family has experienced an injury or is having pain or difficulty related to a dental appliance, it’s very important that you get help as quickly as possible. The time it takes to get treatment from the Vivo Dental team could make the difference between losing or keeping your tooth.
What should I do after a dental emergency?
Right after you experience a dental emergency don’t wait to call the staff at Vivo Dental. They’ll be able to help you care for your injury and calm you down if you’re feeling fearful or anxious about what transpired.
Here are some general at-home care tips for common situations to keep in mind in the event of a dental emergency:
Chipped or broken tooth
Keeping your chipped or broken tooth and the surrounding area clean is very important. Try swishing warm water around inside your mouth. Cold compresses can also help bring down any swelling you experience.
Rinse your mouth with warm water to clean the area. You can also try to gently floss in the painful area to check for any food caught in your teeth.
For any type of dental emergency, you can always try over-the-counter pain medication to provide relief until you’re able to come into the office. However, try and get an appointment as soon as possible.
How quickly can I get in for an emergency dentistry appointment?
If you or a loved one experience a dental emergency, it’s important to let the office know right away. Call the office immediately and explain what happened. The staff will offer tips on how to care for your teeth until you’re able to come in.
Vivo Dental’s staff makes a concerted effort to keep openings in the schedule for the intended purpose of accommodating emergency dentistry appointment requests. Patients appreciate the office’s flexibility and prompt response to emergency services. The staff offers same-day appointments, accepts walk-ins, and even the occasional Saturday visit.
If you’ve experienced a dental emergency of some kind, call the office right away or use the online booking tool.