Emergency Dentist in Palm Beach

When Your Dental Work Can’t Wait

At Dental Haus, we also operate as emergency dentists for Palm Beach patients.
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How soon should I see a dentist?

At Dental Haus, we understand that a dental emergency can be a very stressful experience.

  • A toothache that is severe and/or has been ongoing for more than a few days
  • A cracked or chipped tooth
  • Knocked-out teeth
  • Lost crowns or fillings

Our Emergency Dental Services

  • Treatment for severe toothaches
  • Repair of cracked or chipped teeth
  • Re-implantation of knocked-out teeth
  • Replacement of lost crowns or fillings
  • Management of dental abscesses
  • Treatment of dental injuries
  • Emergency root canal treatment
  • Extraction of severely damaged or infected teeth
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Severe Toothaches

Cracked Or Chipped Tooth

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Knocked Out Teeth

Lost Crowns Or Fillings

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Frequently Asked Questions

How soon should I see a dentist?

Most injuries to the mouth should be treated by a dentist as soon as possible. Getting an emergency dental appointment within 30 minutes can make the difference between saving or losing a tooth. At Dental Haus, we reserve time in our business hours for emergency dental problems; explain the full condition to our staff, so we can see to your dental needs in a timely manner.

What can I do to prevent dental emergencies?

We’ve seen and dealt with a lot of dental emergencies in our time, with many of them being avoidable by taking simple precautions. Consider the following to help prevent the need for emergency dental surgery in the first place:

  • Wearing a proper fitting mouth guard when playing sport
  • Not using your teeth to open packages or beer bottles
  • Brushing & flossing regularly
  • Visiting your dentist for regular check-up & cleans

And last but not least, consider talking through your disputes!

Can you save my tooth if it's been knocked out?

In some cases, we may be able to save a tooth that has been knocked out. It’s important to act quickly and call us immediately. Handle the tooth by the crown (top part) and avoid touching the root. If possible, place the tooth back in its socket. If this isn’t possible, put it in a container of milk or water. This may help to keep the tooth alive and increase the chances of us being able to save it.

Affordable Treatment Plans for All Individuals

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