A dental emergency is not a fun experience, but with the right know-how, you can address it quickly and without long-term issues. What counts as an emergency? And is there ever a situation where an emergency can wait? Read our blog post for answers!
Toothaches aren’t just inconvenient — they can be downright debilitating. You shouldn’t have to deal with severe tooth pain on your own. Check out our blog post to determine if your toothache is actually a dental emergency, and ways to help alleviate the pain at home.
During the coronavirus pandemic, people are advised to stay at home as much as they can, but what about visiting the dentist? Is it safe? Read our blog post to see how the virus will impact your dental appointment.
An emergency dentist can help you when you need immediate care. They will provide you with prompt attention and fix the dental issue. Check out our blog post where we go over when you need an emergency dentist and what to do in that situation.
Our office is once again open for non-emergency appointments, but we understand that many patients are still apprehensive about leaving their homes and potentially being exposed to COVID-19. Read our blog post for a look at how to handle a dental emergency at home during the pandemic.
Some dental emergencies are truly unavoidable, but there are a few things that patients can do to reduce their risk of needing emergency dental services. Read our blog post to find out!
An abscessed tooth is the result of an untreated bacterial infection. Infection causes a buildup of pus and debris underneath the gums on or near the root of a tooth. Read our blog post to learn about warning signs of an abscessed tooth, causes, treatment, and prevention!
Because of the coronavirus pandemic, COVID-19, our Edgewater Dental Arts, Edgewater, MD, dental office is operating under limited hours, primarily for emergencies. The safety and health of our patients, our employees, and our community are our top priorities.
If a dental emergency strikes, the future of the tooth could be at risk. You need to know when to rush to the dentist because time is of the essence. Read our blog post where we cover the most common types of dental emergencies—ones you should absolutely never ignore.
Nobody likes pain, but it isn’t all bad. It tells you that something is wrong, so you can get help. Pain in your teeth can be scary and it isn’t always clear why it’s happening. Check out our blog post where we discuss whether or not tooth pain should be considered a dental emergency.