Emergency Dentistry

At Aspen Dental, we have a team full of dental professionals dedicated to helping you with all your dental needs. Unfortunately, although our teeth are strong, they are accustomed to experiencing damage due to different factors. Dental emergencies happen more frequently than you may realize, but we have got you covered through our help if you experience a dental emergency and you are in Denver, Colorado. 

Experiencing a dental emergency can be scary, painful, and stressful, especially when you are unaware of what to do. Don’t hesitate to contact us to learn more about what we would qualify for a dental emergency and what steps to take when experiencing one. 

Dental Emergencies

Even if you take all the necessary precautions to protect your teeth against damage, they can still become hurt through any daily activity. Dental emergencies can come in many forms, at any time. You may need emergency dental work for a cosmetic or a dental health concern. Regardless of the reason, we’re happy to help. 

We encourage our patients to take preventative measures and wear a mouthguard if they participate in any physical sports. 

Below we have listed a few of the most common dental emergencies we see and treat here at Aspen Dental. 

Knocked-Out Tooth: a tooth can be knocked out from blunt force trauma to the face. If your tooth has been knocked loose, the first thing we suggest you do is find the tooth and keep it moist. Your next step is to contact our office. Let us know about your emergency, and we will let you know when to come in. In some cases, if the tooth was uprooted perfectly, a reimplementation is possible. If not, we offer multiple tooth replacement options. 

Broken or Chipped Tooth: a tooth can break in many different ways, but regardless of how it breaks, it is essential to know that we can help restore your natural tooth. It is possible to cement it back on if you locate the tooth like a knocked-out tooth. 

Severe & Constant Toothache: the only way a cavity can be diagnosed is by a dental professional, but the first sign of decay is through an aching tooth. If you are experiencing severe and constant pain in a specific tooth, give us a call to meet with one of our Dr.s. 

Bleeding Gum Tissue: it is common for our gums to bleed after flossing for the first time in a long time, but it isn’t common for bleeding to be constant. Bleeding and swelling of gum tissues could indicate the presence of periodontal or gum disease. Gum disease can be a severe issue for your oral and overall health. The earlier it’s diagnosed and treated, the better. 

Facial Swelling: swelling around your mouth and jaw can indicate an infection in your gums or a tooth, such as an abscess, and this is especially true if you are also experiencing pain. A tooth abscess is a pus-filled pocket in your mouth when you have a bacterial infection. An abscess will not go away on its own; you will require dental care. As a result, it’s critical to treat the condition as soon as it appears to not spread to other parts of your body.

 

Call us Immediately 

 

Time is of the essence when it comes to dental emergencies. At Aspen Dental, we are ready and available to assist you when a dental emergency arises. 

 

If you are in Denver, Colorado, or any other surrounding area and are experiencing a dental emergency of any kind, please give us a call. Dr. Eric Rossow, Dr. Laura Noce, and Dr. Cheri Neal will do what they can to get you the treatment you need as quickly as possible. 

 

We do our best to help each patient keep their natural teeth and offer excellent and beautiful tooth restorative options.