Emergency Dentistry

Find an Emergency Dentist Now in Noblesville

Tooth pain relief can be attained with emergency dental care in Fishers.A dental emergency can be very scary, but at Pence Family Dentistry in Fishers (just east of Carmel), you can feel safe and secure knowing that if an emergency occurs, we are here for you. Emergency dentists Dr. Pence, DDS and my team care about our patients. We want to make sure that you are alright, taken care of, and receive the emergency dental care you need.

If you are experiencing a dental emergency or severe tooth pain in Noblesville, you can call us at any time, and we will do whatever we can to help you in your time of need.

Dental Emergency or Not?

What really constitutes a dental emergency? Some questions to ask yourself:

  • Do you need tooth pain relief?
  • Is the pain bad enough to restrict you from doing daily activities like work or school?
  • Did something happen that makes it embarrassing to smile or difficult to eat?
  • Have you lost or damaged a tooth or dental work, such as a crown?

If you answered “yes” to any of these questions then you are indeed experiencing a dental emergency and should call our Carmel, IN, area emergency dentist right away!

Some common Noblesville dental emergencies may include:
Toochache and tooth pain releif with emergency dental care in Fishers, IN

  • Cracked Tooth | A cracked tooth is a tooth with a dental fracture. Cracked teeth can irritate your dental pulp and cause infection if the crack isn’t treated. Treatment varies depending on the severity of the crack, and it can range from observation to inserting a tooth crown. A root canal or tooth extraction may even be needed in more extreme scenarios.
  • Chipped Tooth | A chipped tooth negatively impacts your appearance and can cause pain if it exposes the tooth’s nerve. Prompt examination and treatment of a chipped tooth is critical to ensure cavities or infection don’t occur. One of the most common treatments for a chipped tooth is dental bonding. Bonding is a composite resin that is bonded to the surface of the tooth and then smoothed out to look, feel, and function as a real tooth.
  • A Knocked Out or Lost Tooth | If your tooth becomes knocked out, saving the tooth is paramount. If you are unable to reinsert the tooth into your gums, place the tooth in a container of milk and bring it in immediately. We will offer you fast dental emergency treatment.
  • A Broken Tooth | If your tooth breaks, apply a cold compress to the area immediately to relieve some of the pain and call us. We will arrange for an emergency restorative dentistry treatment immediately to help.
  • Severe Tooth Pain | If you are experiencing severe, agonizing tooth pain, call us now. This could be an indication of a bigger issue, or a sign that an emergency root canal is necessary. We will do everything we can to relieve your pain and provide you with a fast, effective solution.
  • Lost Dental Work | If dental work gets knocked loose or lost, call us immediately. We will provide emergency care for your teeth and replace the dental work as soon as possible.

Get Emergency Dental Care in Fishers, IN!

We hope that accidents never befall our patients, but when a dental emergency happens, we make sure our patients are covered and can get the help they need fast. To find out more about our dental emergency procedures, contact us at our office in Fishers. If you are in the Indianapolis area, including Carmel, Fishers, and Noblesville, and have experienced a dental emergency, or are suffering and need tooth pain relief, call us immediately for emergency dental care!

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