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At-Home Care for Dental Emergencies

Protecting Your Smile Until You Reach Our Dental Office

A dental emergency can happen any time, and it’s never a pleasant situation. Luckily for Reno dentistry patients of the team at Summit Boulevard Dental, we offer emergency dentistry appointments to help you relieve pain and start repairing your smile right away. When you call our dental office in need of emergency dentistry help, one of our knowledgeable team members will also take some time to walk you through at-home care to keep you comfortable until you reach our office. On this page, you’ll find some of the many tips we offer to help you through your dentistry emergency until we can see you in our dental office. If you have questions or you’re in need of urgent dental care, give our Reno dental office a call.

Common Dental Emergencies

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The first thing we hear from many people who call us in need of urgent care is that they weren’t sure whether or not their situation counted as an emergency. We always encourage patients to reach out to us as soon as they experience dental discomfort or damage because it’s best to start repairing your smile as soon as possible. However, some of those emergencies we see most often include:

Caring for Dental Emergencies

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If you’re experiencing these emergencies or need help with any other urgent care, you can keep the following first aid and pain management tips in mind:

Preventing Dental Emergencies

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When you experience a dental emergency, you may have the thought, “what could I have done to avoid this?” In some cases, the answer is nothing. Sometimes, accidents or dental damage just happen. However, there are some simple ways you can reduce your risk for dental emergencies, including:

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