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At Coolbreeze Dentistry, we provide a full spectrum of dental treatments in a friendly and comfortable environment. Our practice is located in Valley Ranch. Call (972) 432-8811 today to schedule your visit with Dr. Aggarwal and the rest of the team at Coolbreeze Dentistry.
Meet Your Valley Ranch, Irving, TX Dentist
“I believe that every patient is unique and deserves a personalized dental experience.” – Dr. Aggarwal
Can I request an appointment on your website or should I call?
You can submit an appointment request on this page and we will follow up to confirm your appointment. If you have an emergency dental issue please give us a call so we can get you on our schedule quickly.
Urgent vs. Non-Urgent Emergency
Will discuss the distinctions between dental emergencies that require immediate attention and those that do not. We strongly encourage you to make an appointment with our emergency care dentist as soon as possible if you are experiencing any kind of dental pain or discomfort right now.
Urgent Dental Emergencies
It is considered a serious dental emergency if you are experiencing excruciating pain in your mouth or if you have lacerations on your gums, cheeks, or tongue. The staff at our dental office will be able to rearrange their schedule to accommodate your request for treatment as quickly as they can.
In the event that any of the following serious dental emergencies occur, you will require immediate medical attention:
• A severe case of tooth pain
• Dental abscess
• Unsteady teeth
• Knocked out teeth
• The tooth is either broken or a significant portion of it is missing.
• A significant fracture or chip in the tooth
Even if the dental emergency occurs outside of our regular business hours, you should still call our officr as your first point of contact.
How to alleviate the pain of a toothache:
Toothaches are frequently brought on by food that becomes lodged between the teeth. Because of this, flossing can often help relieve some of the discomfort associated with mild toothaches. Additionally, we recommend rinsing the mouth with warm water. If the pain does not start to subside soon, you should make an appointment immediately. If you have tooth decay, our dentist may be able to save the tooth by restoring it with a filling or a crown. If you take action sooner rather than later, your treatment will be less invasive.
What to do for a gum abscess:
It is NOT recommended that you squeeze a gum abscess like you would a pimple. Instead, you will need to contact our dentist to schedule an appointment so that she can drain the abscess in a safe manner. The severity of the infection will determine whether or not our dentist recommends scaling and root planing, a root canal, or even extraction of the affected tooth. It is NOT possible for a gum abscess to heal on its own.
What to do if you have a tooth that is loose:
Teeth are held in place by the gums, jawbone tissue, and the surrounding teeth in the mouth. Because of this, a tooth’s stability can be affected by a wide variety of factors. It is possible that the looseness of your tooth is the result of receding gums, bone loss in your jaw, or the loss of teeth in the past. If you were punched in the face, you could also have a tooth that has become loose.
What to do in the event that a tooth is knocked out:
Please begin by contacting our office. After knocking out a tooth, it is critical that you seek dental care as soon as possible, preferably within the first half an hour. Instead of picking up the tooth by the roots, you should hold it by the crown, which is the chewing surface. In this way, you can avoid causing damage to the tooth’s roots, which would make it impossible for our dentist to replant the tooth in its original location.
Rinse your tooth carefully, and then make an attempt to reinsert it into its socket. If this does not work, try wrapping your tooth in gauze that has been thoroughly cleaned and soaking it in milk. If natural teeth are not kept moist, they will dry out and crack in the same way that dentures do.
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