Responsive Emergency Dentistry in Riverside, CA
Quick and Painless Emergency Dentistry in Riverside, CA
Dental Emergency, Riverside, California
Toothaches, painful gums, loose and fractured teeth, and dental accidents can all be serious dental emergencies in need of immediate dental treatment. At Gold Coast Dental Riverside, our incredible, fast-responding emergency team is here for you from the moment you call our office. No matter the state of your smile when you walk through our front doors, we promise that your teeth and gums’ health will be restored beautifully in no time! Dental emergency issues we treat include: severe and persistent toothache, painful cracked or chipped tooth, broken or knocked-out teeth, excessive and uncontrolled bleeding, tooth abscess, loose teeth, impacted wisdom teeth, dental trauma and injury. When you arrive for your emergency appointment, your emergency dentist will perform a series of thorough and comprehensive exams to ensure our keen eyes never miss a detail.
Then, we’ll come up with multiple treatment plans to give you the flexibility you need to care for your smile according to your specific needs. At Gold Coast Dental Riverside, our talented staff make sure that whatever your dental emergency, you always receive the best care possible. We’re experts who never miss a beat during your visit, and we’re determined to give our patients the highest-quality dental service even on short notice. Our staff is committed to YOU, and we make sure that your treatment lasts you for years and even decades to come! Do you need to schedule an immediate appointment with our emergency dentistry team? Call our Riverside office at (951) 688-6000!
Emergency Gum Disease Treatment
Count on our emergency dentists to treat your gum disease quickly and efficiently
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Emergency Cavity Treatment
Our Riverside dentists give you the emergency cavity treatment you need to bring your smile back to full health!
In many cases, a sharp, painful toothache is caused by a stubborn cavity that has burrowed its way past your tooth’s enamel and has begun infecting and inflaming the soft, sensitive dental pulp beneath keeping everything alive and healthy. At Gold Coast Dental Riverside, our emergency dentists don’t waste a second in examining your smile to diagnose the severity of your decay. For many patients, a dental filling or crown is enough to take care
of your tooth’s specific problem. A root canal treatment may be needed to clear out the damaged and inflamed pulp tissue as well as to disinfect the tooth. Your root canal procedure will then be sealed and reinforced with a filling or crown. If your tooth decay becomes bad enough, it may move all the way through the root of the tooth and begin infecting the surrounding gum tissue. This often leads to a tooth abscess, a pocket of pus that can be
dangerous if left untreated and undrained. Once an abscess forms, the infection has harmed the dental pulp enough that your tooth is at risk of dying. Without an immediate root canal, the tooth can no longer be saved and a tooth extraction will be needed to save the rest of your smile from further infection and decay. Your toothache relief is here! Call our Riverside office today at (951) 688-6000 to speak with one of our emergency dentists right away.
We’re Committed To Your Smile’s Health
Count on our caring emergency dentists to give you the amazing and dedicated care you deserve, even on short notice
At Gold Coast Dental Riverside, we understand that you can never plan a dental emergency, but we do our best to be flexible to your busy schedule. Our office’s emergency dental services are here for you however we can with quick and responsive treatment. We’re open Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday from 7am to 7pm to ensure you always have a chance to come in and see us both before and after work, and on the weekends. Even if you’re calling at 3am for a cracked tooth, we answer our office phones 24/7 to help schedule your urgent appointment for the next day.
Pain-Free Emergency Dentistry
Count on our emergency dental team to make your visit nothing to worry about!
At Gold Coast Dental Riverside, you may enter our office in terrible dental pain, but you won’t ever feel any pain or discomfort as we treat your dental emergency. We understand that great dentistry isn’t just about your final results- your experience with us is just as important! No matter your treatment, our caring and committed dentists make sure your time with us is as stress-free and comfortable as possible. Our office uses strong, dental-grade local anesthetic to
fully numb the area around your tooth. This ensures that throughout your procedure, you’ll always be perfectly comfortable in the dental chair. We’re attentive to you, and we make sure that you only ever feel some light pressure as we bring your smile back into full health. Do you have any questions or concerns about your emergency procedure? Don’t hesitate to let us know by calling our Riverside dental office at (951) 688-6000!
Can a toothache go away on its own?
If your toothache suddenly disappears, you should come into our office for emergency dental care as soon as you can. A tooth infection doesn’t go away on its own, and it can eventually damage the blood vessels and nerves in your teeth until there is no sensation left. At this point, only an immediate root canal has a hope of saving your tooth. If you wait too long, the tooth will need to be pulled.
What can be done for a cracked tooth?
If a cracked tooth is only cosmetic, it can be restored with dental bonding or a porcelain veneer. However, if the crack runs deep to the dental pulp layer of your tooth, it can damage the nerves and blood vessels in your tooth or become infected if left untreated for too long. Depending on the damage to your tooth, a root canal and crown may be needed to remove any harmed or infected tissue and restore your tooth to full strength.
What causes gum pain?
Gum pain can be caused by a large number of problems - injury, canker sores, abscesses, oral cancer, hormonal changes, and smoking - but the leading reason is gum disease. Gum disease usually starts with bleeding, redness, tenderness, and swelling of the gums, but it can progress further to deteriorate your gum tissue and create periodontal abscesses as well.
Why do root canals take 2 visits?
During a root canal, the first appointment will focus on removing any and all infected dental pulp and tissue inside your teeth before capping it with a temporary filling or crown. The next visit will involve fully cleaning and disinfecting the tooth canal before filling and sealing it with a permanent filling or crown. Your tooth will be properly shaped and adjusted to restore your bite to normal.
Do you always need a crown after a root canal?
Not all teeth require a crown after a root canal, but they DO all need reinforcement to protect them from future cavities and infection. With front teeth, this usually means a composite filling. For teeth with more than one treated dental canal, your dentist will most likely strengthen your tooth with a dental crown.
Is there such a thing as emergency wisdom teeth removal?
Absolutely! When a wisdom tooth is fully or partially impacted, it can cause pain or stiffness in your jaw, gum infection and swelling, and even cause your teeth to shift. During these cases, your dentist may need to perform an emergency wisdom tooth extraction to prevent even worse problems like jaw and tooth cysts, dental decay, damage to neighboring teeth, and orthodontic problems.
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4595 La Sierra Avenue
Riverside, CA 92505