Turn to Us For Help With Your Clinton Township Dental Emergencies
A dental disaster could happen at any time. If you’re in pain and need immediate oral care, call Dobry Dental now at 586-210-6828. We will always try to see you the same day for dental emergencies. At our Clinton Township dentist office, Dr. Dobry and our team skilled team will:
- Stop your pain and help you feel better fast.
- Provide expert care to help prevent long-term damage.
- Make any recommendations for needed smile repair.
- Follow up to help you maintain good oral health and an attractive smile.
Plus, we use advanced dental technology for your treatment, including digital X-rays and syringe-free local anesthesia with The Wand™.
Don’t delay – call 586-210-6828 now for quick help. If you contact us after hours, just leave a message or call our emergency number to connect with Dr. Dobry. Our address is 15870 19 Mile Road, Suite 160 – across from Henry Ford Macomb Hospital.
Take Steps to Save Your Smile
When you’re faced with a dental crisis, our team will fix your smile up in no time. Below are some common dental emergencies, along with the immediate steps to take before you come into our office:
- Toothache – Rinse your mouth with warm water. If there is swelling, apply ice or a cold compress to the inside of your cheek.
- Knocked-Out Tooth – Retrieve the tooth by picking it up by the crown (not by the roots). Put it in a small container of milk or salt water and bring it with you to your appointment. Be sure to call us as soon as possible.
- Lost Crown – Try to reattach the crown if possible by applying dental cement, denture adhesive, or toothpaste to the inside of the crown, then slipping it back into place. If you can’t put it back on, be sure to bring it with you to your appointment.
- Soft Tissue Damage – If you injure the inside of your mouth, first rinse it with a warm salt water solution. Then use a piece of moist gauze or a tea bag to help stop any bleeding. You can also apply a cold compress to the outside of your mouth to help with swelling and pain.