Emergency Dentist Roanoke


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210 1st St SW, Roanoke, VA 24011

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Frequently Ask Questions

The ER can provide pain relief and address infections with antibiotics, but they may not be able to treat the underlying dental issue directly, such as performing a root canal or repairing a broken tooth. For such treatments, you'll need to see a dentist.

If you have a dental emergency over the weekend, look for a dental clinic that offers 24/7 emergency services. Many dentists provide after-hours care for emergencies, ensuring you receive the necessary treatment without having to wait until regular business hours.

Only go to the ER for tooth pain if it's severe and accompanied by signs of a serious infection, such as swelling, fever, or difficulty breathing. Otherwise, it's best to contact an emergency dentist who can provide specific dental treatments more suited to your needs.

The most common dental emergency is a toothache caused by decay or abscess. Other frequent emergencies include broken or chipped teeth, knocked-out teeth, lost fillings or crowns, and issues with orthodontic appliances.

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