Dental emergencies should be addressed promptly to avoid complications. Floor Dental Group specializes in emergency dentistry and can help treat patients with any type of dental emergency. Our friendly and caring environment will keep you calm, ease pain, and have you feeling better quickly.

What Is a Dental Emergency?

A dental emergency can happen any time even if you practice good oral hygiene habits. Knowing you have a dentist to call can make a large difference. Dental emergencies can cause severe pain or discomfort. We encourage you to contact Floor Dental Group right away if you are experiencing any prolonged pain, or have suffered from an injury or accident.


Floor Dental Group provides a caring and friendly environment, and our flexible schedule can have you seen right away. Our doctors can help treat any dental emergency and get you feeling better quickly.

Why Is Emergency Treatment Needed?

When you experience a dental emergency time is extremely important. In most cases, dental emergencies should be addressed right away to avoid complications such as infection or tooth loss. Our friendly team at Floor Dental Group is always available to help get you seen by our doctors right away.


There are common signs or symptoms that may indicate you have a dental emergency. Dental emergencies require immediate medical attention, and should always be treated as soon as possible to avoid complications. If you think you are experiencing a dental emergency, we encourage you to contact Floor Dental Group as soon as possible.

Common Dental Emergencies


Severe Toothache


If you have tooth pain, sensitivity, or swelling in or around a tooth, this could indicate decay or an infection. Toothaches are caused by cavities or an infection in the pulp area of the tooth. While you wait to be seen a cold compress can be applied to the area to help ease pain and swelling.


Broken, Chipped, or Cracked Tooth


Chips and cracks to teeth in the front and back of the mouth can happen from biting down too hard on an object. Accidents can also cause this type of injury and should be treated right away. If you have a broken, cracked, or chipped tooth we encourage you to contact our office. Tooth fragments should be saved and brought in with you to your appointment. A cold compress can be placed on the area to help reduce swelling and ease any pain.


Facial Trauma


If you have suffered an injury that has caused trauma to the soft tissue of your mouth, lips, or gums you should contact our office. Our team can examine how severe the trauma is and determine if treatment is needed. If you experience any bleeding, you can apply pressure to help slow or stop the bleeding while you wait to be seen in our office.


Loose or Knocked Out Tooth


If you notice a tooth is loose or have suffered an injury to cause a tooth to be knocked out of your mouth, this requires immediate care. Loose teeth should be left in place until you are seen by our doctors. If your tooth is missing, try and find the missing tooth and bring the tooth in with you to your appointment. Our priority is always to save your natural tooth. If saving the tooth is not possible, we will discuss tooth replacement options.




An abscess is an infection and can occur near the root of a tooth or between the teeth and gums. Any infection should be treated right away to prevent the infection from spreading to other areas. If you experience painful gums that are raised or swollen, this could indicate that you have an abscess. While you wait for treatment you can rinse with warm water and apply a cold compress to ease pain and swelling.


Broken or Loose Dental Restoration


Restorations can last for years and are durable, but in some cases, they can become loose or even fall out. If this happens you should be seen right away. Patients should try and find the missing restoration and bring it with them to their appointment. Avoid chewing food on the tooth and call our office right away to have your restoration repaired.


Excessive Bleeding


If you have recently had a tooth extraction or dental surgery, some bleeding is normal. Bleeding that is persistent or from trauma can be serious and should be addressed right away. To help slow down bleeding, gauze can be placed over the area and pressure should be applied. Avoid eating and drinking until you are seen in our office.


We Offer Same-Day Appointments


Floor Dental Group has flexible scheduling and hours to accommodate any dental emergency. Our friendly staff is always available to help schedule your appointment. Floor Dental Group specializes in emergency dentistry and provides the highest level of care. We want our patients to know they can relax and are in the very best hands when they visit our office. Don’t hesitate to contact Floor Dental Group for emergency dental care, and our staff can advise specific instructions to help save your tooth and ease any pain. At Floor Dental Group, your oral health is our priority and we can help treat your dental emergency and get you on the road to recovery.


Are You Experiencing a Dental Emergency?

If you have a dental emergency and need to be seen, contact Floor Dental Group. Our friendly staff will be happy to assist you and can schedule an appointment to have you visit our office that same day.


Dental emergencies can be serious and our doctors provide exceptional care and can alleviate pain and discomfort quickly. Let Floor Dental Group handle your dental emergency, by calling today.


To schedule your emergency appointment contact Floor Dental Group and our staff will assist you.