Emergency Dental Care
When someone’s mouth is in trouble, our St. Petersburg emergency dentist is
here to get them smiling again. With decades of experience treating painful
and intense damage to the teeth and jaws, Dr. Gordon Krueger can quickly
determine the most effective way to correct the problem.
As an emergency dentist serving the St. Petersburg area, Dr. Krueger can help
patients with severe dental trauma outside of normal office hours. When
patients need urgent dental care, our staff and doctors will apply the fast
action needed to correct the situation and ensure a healthy outcome.
The most common dental emergencies we treat at our St. Petersburg office
Broken Jaw: Regardless of how it happened, a broken jaw is a serious medical emergency and requires immediate care. Contact Dr. Krueger for input and consider a visit to the hospital.
Tooth Pain: When tooth pain becomes so severe that daily activities are impossible, it’s time to get in touch with your St. Petersburg emergency dentist. A variety of factors could be causing the toothache. Residents of St. Petersburg with toothaches should visit the office no matter the severity.
Chipped or Broken Tooth: When you lose a large chunk of your tooth, your mouth suffers from reduced chewing capability, toothaches, and a fractured smile. Get your pearly whites back to normal by giving us a call, and bring in the piece of tooth to see if we can restore it.
Loose Tooth: Children with loose baby teeth probably don’t need to get in touch with our St. Petersburg emergency dentist, but patients with loose adult teeth should give us a call.
Knocked Out Tooth: Losing a tooth through trauma or force will require immediate attention from a dental professional. Patients risk serious dental problems and severe pain unless the issue is addressed. When patients lose a tooth, they should keep the tooth handy, avoiding contact with the roots. If possible, place the tooth back in the gums. Patients that are unable to replace the tooth should carefully clean it and place it in a glass of milk. With these steps taken, there’s a chance that our St. Petersburg emergency dentist can save the tooth.
Whatever the circumstances with a patient’s dental emergency, our excellent dental staff are here to help. When you feel your mouth is in need of immediate care, please don’t hesitate to contact Dr. Krueger, your St. Petersburg emergency dentist.
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