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Jaffe Dental Group

Emergency Dentistry in Brownstown Charter Twp., MI

Life is full of surprises, and sometimes that includes unexpected dental emergencies. Whether it’s a tumble off a bike, a sudden slip and fall, or a nagging toothache that escalates, dental issues can catch you off guard. At Jaffe Dental Group, we understand the importance of being prepared for the unexpected. Offering same-day emergency dental appointments for new and existing patients, our Brownstown Charter Twp. office is here to provide you with expert care when you need it most.

From chipped teeth and broken fillings, tooth pain is no joking matter, and you shouldn’t have to live with it. If you’ve experienced a dental emergency and require immediate assistance, don’t hesitate to contact us. Our dentists are prepared and ready to tackle any tooth-related problem you may be facing, no matter how simple or complicated your issue may be.

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Our Emergency Dental Services

There’s no reason for you to live life uncomfortably, pushing through excruciating tooth pain day after day. Our professionals have seen it all, from lost fillings and crowns to chipped and broken teeth, and are prepared to handle these dental emergencies with precision and care. Short bursts of pain or persistent aches shouldn’t be ignored. Jaffe Dental Group is here to determine the cause and recommend the best emergency dental procedure to relieve your pain.

Root Canal Therapy

Extreme tooth pain can arise when decay makes its way past the enamel into the pulp, where the tooth’s nerves are housed. When pain becomes unbearable, an emergency root canal may be the best option to relieve the pain.

Chipped/Broken Teeth

A chipped or broken tooth can occur from something as simple as biting into food or being involved in a hard collision. When this happens, we do everything we can to restore the tooth back to its original appearance.

Tooth Extractions

Intense and sudden pain in your jaw, tooth, or gums can be an indication that you have severe damage or decay that needs to be treated immediately. We’ll evaluate your situation and determine whether or not a tooth extraction is necessary.

Dental Emergencies

Receive Immediate Emergency Dental Care at Jaffe

We understand that finding the time to address your tooth pain and concerns can be challenging, but it’s necessary. Even if you’re unsure whether or not the pain you’re experiencing constitutes a dental emergency, it’s better to be safe than sorry. Leaving tooth or gum damage unattended for long periods of time can increase suffering, not to mention the costs associated with repairing the issue as it progresses.

At Jaffe Dental Group, we want to make sure that receiving top-notch emergency dental care is not a financial burden. That’s why we accept all forms of payment, including insurance, to ensure our patients are able to receive dental care without breaking the bank. We’ll work with you to determine the most suitable and affordable solution to alleviate your discomfort. Your oral health and well-being are our top priority—call us today at (734) 479-4111 to discuss your emergency dental needs.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Commonly Asked Emergency Dental Questions

There are a variety of factors that may contribute to needing to see one of our emergency dentists, including:

  • Sudden or intense toothaches
  • Chipped or broken teeth
  • Losing a filling
  • Losing a crown
  • Knocked-out teeth

Based on the severity of your dental emergency, we advise coming to see us as soon as possible, but there are a few things you can do in the meantime to alleviate your symptoms.

  • Apply a cold compress to the outside of your face or cheek to reduce swelling
  • Over-the-counter pain medications such as Tylenol or Ibuprofen can be effective in diminishing pain
  • Keeping your head elevated to prevent any additional fluid from gathering in the affected area

If any pieces of your tooth fall from your mouth, you can gather them in a bag and bring them to our office. While placing the tooth in a glass of milk can also be a viable solution, please refrain from putting it in water, as the water can cause the cells on the root to swell and burst.

Although we will make every possible effort to salvage your natural tooth, if the damage is beyond repair, we may have to consider extracting the tooth entirely.

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