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Emergency Dental Care Nashua NH

Dental emergencies will never alert you and emerge, hence, you get perplexed when a sudden toothache occurs or your gums start bleeding. But you do not need to fret during such times because our dental office in Nashua provides emergency dentistry. Hence, if you think that you are in dire need of a dentist at this moment, give us a call right away at (603) 821-9046 to get rid of a dental discomfort.

During office hours, immediate attention will be given to your situation, and you will be seen as soon as possible. After office hours, please give the office a call and follow the instructions provided. Your call will be returned as soon as possible. If you are experiencing a serious or life threatening emergency, please call 911 or visit the nearest emergency room.

Below are instructions for handling some minor common dental emergencies.

In the case of a toothache…

Gently clean the area around the tooth by rinsing the mouth with warm water and gently flossing to remove any particles that may be lodged in the tissue around the tooth. If the pain continues, or if the area around the affected tooth is warm, please call our office to schedule an appointment.


If a lip, gum, cheek, or tongue gets cut…

Apply ice to help reduce swelling and apply pressure with a clean cloth or sterile gauze to stop any bleeding. If the bleeding continues, call your physician or visit your local emergency room.


If a baby tooth gets knocked out…

Please call our office to schedule an appointment.


If a permanent tooth gets knocked out…

Call our office right away and take these steps.

  • Do not touch the tooth root, but hold the tooth by the crown and gently rinse the tooth with water.
  • Place the tooth back into the socket as quickly as possible and bite down on clean gauze to hold it in place.
  • If the tooth cannot be placed in the socket, put the tooth in a small container of milk or saliva and bring it with you to your appointment.

If a tooth gets chipped or broken…

Gently rinse the area with lukewarm water and place a cold compress on the face to reduce swelling. If you can locate the piece of broken tooth, place the piece in milk, and bring it with you to the office. If more than half of the tooth is broken off, please call us immediately.


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