Emergency Care in New Berlin

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What Is Emergency Dentistry?

As the name suggests, emergency dentistry at Willow Dental is concerned with addressing urgent dental issues. This includes dental injuries like knocked-out or missing teeth, as well as things like serious toothaches, lost or damaged dental work, and more. 

If you are in pain, your mouth is bleeding, and you don’t know what to do, call us at (262) 505-1000. We offer same-day, after-hours, and weekend appointments in New Berlin. Contact Willow Dental now to get the help you need from Drs. Jake Jacomet, Nicholas Dwan, and Andrea Emmerich.

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What To Do In A Dental Emergency

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The first thing you should do is give us a call at (262) 505-1000. It’s important to get help as soon as you can after you notice your emergency.

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We can answer any questions you have once you call. For example, if you’ve knocked out a tooth, we’ll instruct you to rinse off the tooth and put it in a container of milk to keep it cold, then come to our office within 1-2 hours.

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If you have time, you can treat your symptoms before your appointment. Use a paper towel or cotton ball and apply pressure to treat bleeding. Take ibuprofen or a similar pain reliever to help with discomfort, and ice the cheek near the area to help with discomfort and swelling.

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We offer same-day, after-hours, and weekend appointments. Head to Willow Dental as soon as you can to get the treatment you need from Drs. Jake Jacomet, Nicholas Dwan, or Andrea Emmerich.

Same-Day Care

Need urgent dental care? We’re here for you. Just call us at (262) 505-1000. We always have time in our schedule to address your dental emergency and ensure you get the care you need in New Berlin.

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After-Hours Appointments

Dental emergencies don’t just happen from 9-5. So we also offer after-hours appointments for our patients. If you need help, even after hours, just call us at (262) 505-1000 to speak to our dental team and set up your consultation.

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Weekend Appointments

Our office is open on the weekend with limited hours, so we can usually treat dental emergencies on the weekend, too. Don’t wait until Monday. It’s important to get prompt emergency care right away at Willow Dental.

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The Importance Of Prompt Emergency Care

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Relieve Pain

Emergency care provides a permanent solution to the pain and discomfort of your emergency or oral injury.

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Prevent Complications

The longer you wait to get care, the worse your condition will be. You need to get help right away.

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Peace Of Mind

You’ll get the care you need for a healthy mouth, and you can go back to your routine without worrying about your teeth or gums.

Common Emergency Procedures

1.

Tooth Splinting

Tooth splinting is used to reattach loose or knocked-out teeth, holding them in place by attaching them to the nearby teeth. Over time, the tooth will heal and reconnect with the gums.

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Root Canal Therapy

Root canal therapy is used to treat infected teeth. In this procedure, the tooth is opened up, the infected material is removed, then the tooth is sanitized, filled, and capped to keep it healthy.

3.

Dental Crowns

Dental crowns are used to repair cracked and damaged teeth, as well as to cover up a tooth after root canal therapy. They may also be used to replace a damaged or worn-out filling or crown.

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