Emergency Dentistry

Emergencies seen the same day

If you or someone you know is experiencing a severe toothache, or has experienced a traumatic dental injury and is in need of immediate dental care, you should call us at (281) 407-8333 right away. Our doctors and staff are standing by and will do our best to get you in as soon as possible the same day for the best chance at saving your smile.

Tooth knocked out?

If you’ve had a tooth knocked out, you should follow the instructions below for the best chance of saving the tooth:

  1. Pick up the tooth by the crown (the part that is usually visible), NOT the root. The tooth should be handled carefully to minimize damage to the root.
  2. If dirty, gently rinse the tooth with water. Do not use soap or chemicals, do not dry the tooth or wrap in tissue or cloth.
  3. Replace the tooth back into the socket immediately, if possible. The quicker this happens the greater chance we have of saving it. Make sure the tooth is facing the right direction. Hold the tooth in place with your fingers or by biting down gently.
  4. If the tooth cannot be placed back in the socket, place it inside your mouth next to your cheek to keep it moist, or place in emergency tooth preservation liquid, or milk, NOT WATER.
  5. Call Spring Creek Dentistry right away at (281) 407-8333.

If you’ve had a tooth knocked out, have a severe toothache, or have experienced some sort of other traumatic dental injury, don’t wait until it’s too late. You should see your dentist right away for the best chance of recovery.

If you are in need of urgent dental care, please call your Spring dentistDr. Oakley, Dr. Henley, Dr. Miller, or Dr. Wendt – at Spring Creek Dentistry right away at (281) 407-8333.

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