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Emergency Dentistry Mt. Horeb WI

Immediate Care for Dental Emergencies

At Village Smile Care, we provide prompt and effective emergency dentistry services to address urgent dental issues. Whether you’re dealing with a severe toothache, a broken tooth, or a dental injury, our experienced team is here to help you find quick relief and restore your dental health.

Our emergency dentistry services cover a wide range of urgent dental problems. We prioritize your comfort and aim to alleviate pain as quickly as possible. From root canals and extractions to repairs for chipped or cracked teeth, we offer comprehensive care to resolve your dental emergencies efficiently.

On our website, you’ll find detailed information about the types of dental emergencies we handle, what to expect during your visit, and how to reach us for immediate assistance. We also provide tips on how to manage common dental emergencies before you can get to our office.

At Village Smile Care, we understand the stress and discomfort that come with dental emergencies. Our goal is to provide you with fast, effective treatment to relieve pain and restore your smile. 

Explore our site to learn more and contact us right away if you need emergency dental care. We’re here to help when you need it most.


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Call: (608) 437-7645

What is Emergency Dentistry?

Emergency dentistry is a specialized branch of dental care focused on providing immediate treatment and relief for urgent dental conditions and emergencies. It involves addressing sudden and unexpected dental issues that require prompt attention to alleviate pain, prevent further damage, and preserve oral health. 

Common dental emergencies include: 

  • severe toothaches
  • knocked-out or broken teeth
  • dental abscesses
  • traumatic injuries to the mouth or jaw 
  • issues with dental restorations such as lost fillings or crowns

Emergency dentists are trained to handle a wide range of urgent dental problems and are equipped with the necessary skills, tools, and resources to provide timely and effective care. They prioritize patients experiencing dental emergencies, offering same-day or after-hours appointments to address urgent concerns. Emergency dentistry aims to provide immediate relief and comfort to distressed patients, restoring oral function and promoting optimal oral health outcomes.

What to Do in a Dental Emergency

In a dental emergency, it’s essential to remain calm and take appropriate steps to alleviate pain, prevent further damage, and seek prompt dental care. Here’s what to do in common dental emergencies:

  • Toothache: Rinse your mouth with warm water and gently floss around the affected tooth to remove any trapped food or debris. Take over-the-counter pain medication as directed. Applying aspirin directly on the gums can cause burns, so it is best to avoid doing so. You should get in touch with your dentist to book an appointment for analysis and treatment.
  • Knocked-Out Tooth: Avoid contacting the tooth’s root and instead handle it by the crown, which is the top section. Be sure to gently rinse the tooth with water if it is filthy, but do not scrub or remove any tissue fragments attached. Reinsert the tooth into its socket and hold it in place by gently biting down on a clean cloth or gauze. If reinsertion is impossible so that the tooth remains wet and healthy, place it in a jar filled with milk or saliva and bring it to your dentist immediately.
  • Broken or Fractured Tooth: Warm water should be used to rinse your mouth to clean the area. A cold compress should be applied to the cheek or the outside of the lips near the region of the affected tooth to reduce swelling and relieve pain. Bring any fractured tooth bits to your dentist, and make sure to save them beforehand.
  • Dental Abscess: The tooth infection known as an abscess is dangerous and requires prompt medical intervention. To assist you, rinse your mouth with warm saltwater. Alleviate discomfort and draw out pus. Take over-the-counter pain medication as directed.  
  • Lost Filling or Crown: If a filling or crown falls out, clean the affected area carefully and avoid chewing on that side of the mouth. Save any broken or dislodged dental restorations and bring them to your dentist. 

In any dental emergency, contacting your dentist as soon as possible is crucial for professional evaluation and treatment. If the emergency occurs after hours or on weekends, seek care from an emergency dental provider or visit the nearest emergency room for assistance. Prompt intervention can help alleviate pain, prevent further damage, and preserve oral health.  

Emergency Dental Services 

At Village Smile Care, we understand the urgency of dental emergencies and prioritize providing timely and effective care to alleviate pain and restore oral health. Our emergency dental services include:  

  • Emergency Examinations: Emergency dentists perform comprehensive evaluations to diagnose and assess the severity of dental emergencies, such as toothaches, dental trauma, or infections.  
  • Treatment of Toothaches: Emergency dental services include diagnosing and treating severe toothaches caused by dental decay, infections, or other underlying oral health issues. Depending on the cause of the toothache, treatment may involve dental fillings, root canal therapy, or tooth extraction. 
  • Management of Dental Trauma: Emergency dentists promptly treat dental injuries, such as knocked-out, broken, or fractured teeth. Depending on the severity of the trauma, treatment may involve reinserting a knocked-out tooth, repairing broken or fractured teeth, or stabilizing loose teeth.  
  • Management of Dental Infections: Emergency dental services address dental infections, including abscesses or severe gum disease. Treatment may involve drainage of abscesses, prescription antibiotics, or root canal therapy to remove infected pulp tissue and alleviate pain.  
  • Replacement of Lost Dental Restorations: Emergency dentists offer solutions for lost or damaged dental restorations, such as fillings, crowns, or bridges. Temporary repairs or replacements may be provided to restore function and alleviate discomfort until permanent restorations can be placed.  
  • Pain Management: Emergency dental services include pain management techniques to provide immediate relief for patients experiencing severe dental pain or discomfort. This may involve the administration of local anesthetics, pain-relieving medications, or other soothing measures. 
  • Referrals and Follow-Up Care: Emergency dentists may provide referrals to specialists or follow-up care with the patient’s regular dentist for ongoing treatment or monitoring of dental conditions. 

Emergency dental services are essential for addressing acute oral health issues promptly and effectively, helping patients alleviate pain, prevent complications, and maintain optimal oral health and function. To lessen the probability of experiencing issues, taking preventive measures can be of assistance or seeking care from an emergency dental provider as soon as possible for evaluation and treatment. 

Preventing Dental Emergencies

While dental emergencies can be unpredictable, certain preventative steps can assist in reducing the likelihood of suffering problems in a dental emergency: 

  • Maintain Good Oral Hygiene by Brushing your teeth twice daily, flossing regularly, and visiting Village Smile Care for routine dental check-ups and cleanings to prevent tooth  decay and gum disease. 
  • Use Protective Gear: Wear mouthguards or protective gear during sports or recreational activities to prevent dental injuries and trauma.
  • Avoid Chewing Hard Objects: Refrain from chewing on substances that are difficult to chew, such as ice, pencils, or popcorn kernels, which can chip or fracture teeth.
  • Stay Hydrated: Drink plenty of water throughout the day to maintain saliva flow and oral hydration. This will lower the likelihood of dry mouth and the dental problems associated with it. 
  • Quit Smoking: Gum disease is more likely to occur in those who smoke and use tobacco products, with tooth decay and oral cancer. Quitting smoking can improve oral health and reduce the likelihood of dental emergencies.

At Village Smile Care, we’re committed to providing compassionate and comprehensive care for all your dental needs, including emergencies. Whether you’re experiencing a toothache, broken tooth, or dental trauma, our experienced team is here to help you return to smiling confidently. 

Urgent Solutions for Dental Crises

Don’t let a dental emergency disrupt your life – contact Village Smile Care for prompt and professional treatment, and let us help you regain your oral health and peace of mind. Your smile is our priority, even in emergencies! 

Village Smile Care. 1730 Springdale St. Mt Horeb, WI 53572. Call (608) 437-7645

Office Hours

Monday: 7am to 4:30pm
Tuesday: 7am to 4:30pm
Wednesday: 7am to 4:30pm
Thursday: 8am to 3pm
Friday: By Appointment

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(608) 437-7645

New Patient Forms

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