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3705 W. 12th St. Greeley, CO 80634

Emergency Dentistry Greeley, CO

Emergency DentistryAn Overview

Dental emergencies can be painful and happen when you least expect it. Dental emergencies can range in severity, so if you are experiencing a life-threatening emergency call 911. For less pressing concerns, call our Greeley office and our compassionate dental staff will help you schedule a dental consultation as soon as possible. Our staff may also be able to guide you on how to ease the pain or handle a dental situation over the phone.

If you are experiencing a dental emergency, call our Greeley, CO dentist office at (970) 514-7010. We will make every effort to see you as soon as possible. 

In the event of a dental emergency, our highly trained staff can help you, or your child, remain calm while we work to help you restore your smile. Our team will do our best to fit you in as soon as we can. We offer sedation dentistry for patients with dental anxiety so that they may receive the dental care they need in total comfort.

Emergency Dental Services:

  • A thorough exam of damaged teeth (tooth)
  • Provide restorative services for damaged teeth
  • Help build a comprehensive treatment plan to restore your smile
  • Root Canals for infected or impacted teeth

Dr. Kevin Marr, DDS, FAGD, and Dr. Kami Marr, DDS are dedicated to providing each patient with personalized, high-quality dental care. In the event of a dental emergency, our team will work with you to find the right solution for your smile. As a Fellow of the Academy of General Dentistry, Dr. Kevin Marr is well versed in many aspects of emergency dentistry. Whether you have experience tooth trauma or a knocked out tooth, we can work with you to alleviate pain and restore your natural smile.

Emergency Dentistry FAQs

What qualifies as a dental emergency?
  • Severe tooth pain
  • Chipped or cracked teeth
  • Fractured teeth
  • A tooth that is partly or completely knocked out of its socket
  • Injury to the gums, tongue or other soft tissue
  • Oral abscess
  • Losing a filling, crown or other dental restoration
What should I do if I loose a tooth?
  • Rinse your mouth with warm water
  • Gently place a moist cloth in your mouth to stop bleeding
  • Apply a cold compress on the outside of the painful portion of your mouth to reduce swelling
  • Collect any pieces of cracked or broken teeth and rinse them off
  • Place the tooth in your own saliva or milk
  • If you lose a tooth, don’t handle it by the root
  • If a tooth is lost or badly broken, remain calm and try to locate the tooth. I f the tooth can be found put the tooth in a clean container filled with your own saliva or milk. Call the dentist immediately. Visiting the dentist 30 minutes after loosing a tooth increases the chances of being able to save the natural tooth. You may rinse the tooth of any debris, but be sure to only handle the tooth by the crown and never scrub or remove any attached roots.

What should I do if i break or loose a filling or dental crown?

If you lose a filling or dental crown try to locate the dental restoration. Bring any pieces with you to the dentist, while in many cases the restoration can not be reused, there is a chance that it could be saved. NEVER attempt to reattach any dental restoration by yourself.