Emergency Dentistry in Chicago, IL

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Emergency Dentistry in Chicago, IL

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Getting care as quickly as possible is essential when you have a dental emergency. In most cases, delaying treatment for an urgent dental condition often results in further damage to teeth and gums and can lead to higher out-of-pocket costs.

At Chicago Dental Arts, you can depend on Dr. Vlad Fedin to provide comprehensive emergency dental care in or near Chicago, Illinois.

How Do I Know if I Have a Dental Emergency?

Dental emergencies are easy to recognize. Call our emergency dentist immediately if you experience any of the following:

  • Severe Toothache

    Throbbing dental pain, swelling, and fever can indicate an infection or abscessed tooth. You may be able to visualize irritation and small bumps on the gums in the area, but an abscess may still be present even if you can’t see it. A dental abscess is a dental emergency requiring prompt attention as this infection can spread quickly and is potentially life-threatening.

  • Dental Injury

    A displaced or knocked-out tooth (avulsion) caused by dental trauma can only be saved with immediate treatment. If the tooth is very loose, do not remove it. If the tooth has been completely separated from the socket, avoid touching the root and pick it up by its crown. Gently rinse the tooth in water and try your best to reinsert it in the proper position. If this is not possible, place the tooth in a small container of milk and bring it to our emergency dentist or follow their instructions. Treatments must begin within the hour following the injury to save a knocked-out tooth.

  • Cracked, Chipped, or Broken Teeth

    Dental injuries can also cause teeth to become chipped, cracked, or broken, and when this occurs, the teeth must be examined thoroughly to determine the extent of damage to their inner structure. In these cases, getting dental care fast can make the difference between saving the tooth or needing to have it extracted.

  • Broken Crown

    If your dental crown breaks, you’ll need to see our dentist within one or two days because gum tissue grows fast. Waiting longer than a couple of days allows the tissue to change your gum line and prevents us from being able to repair the crown without requiring a brand-new impression.

  • Mild Toothache

    While a minor toothache may not rise to the level of an emergency, it’s important to schedule an appointment right away to avoid it from becoming one.

When you experience any dental discomfort or injury, delaying treatment can only make matters worse. Reach the helpful team at Chicago Dental Arts at (312) 642-6631 to schedule an appointment and get helpful tips to manage your pain and help save your tooth.

Applying a cold compress to the affected area can reduce discomfort and swelling. Dr. Fedin recommends avoiding numbing gels and suggests taking acetaminophen rather than other pain medicines.

What Are the Benefits of Prompt Emergency Dental Care?

Dr. Fedin has equipped Chicago Dental Arts with state-of-the-art technology, allowing him to provide the highest level of dental care for his emergency patients.

Regardless of the cause or consequence of your dental emergency, he can treat your condition to fully restore the health and beauty of your smile with one or more of these quality solutions:

  • Fillings – Cavities can cause dental pain, and sometimes a dental filling is all that is needed.
  • Root canal therapy – RCT is beneficial in treating tooth infections or abscesses and is an invaluable treatment used to save severely damaged teeth.
  • Dental crowns – Teeth that are broken, have deep cracks or have undergone root canal treatment require a crown to restore the visible portion of the tooth.
  • Dental extractions – Sometimes a tooth cannot be saved, and an extraction (removal) is necessary.
  • Dental implant placement – If one or more teeth have been knocked out or damaged beyond repair, dental implants are the healthiest tooth replacement option available as they restore teeth from the root up.

Do you have a dental emergency? Call Chicago Dental Arts now at (312) 642-6631.

How Does Emergency Dental Care Work?

Depending on your specific condition and the timing of your emergency, Dr. Fedin may instruct you to come in immediately or wait till the following day. He will also provide detailed instructions on what steps to take in the meantime.

Once you arrive, Dr. Fedin will examine your teeth and gums to determine the best course of action, which will likely include one of the above treatments.

Is There Downtime Associated With Emergency Dental Treatment?

Most dental treatments don’t require significant downtime. You may experience discomfort after the numbing agent wears off, but that should subside quickly.

If you need to replace missing teeth with dental implants, this procedure involves more extensive treatment and may lead to more significant pain that can be managed with prescription medications.

What Results Can I Expect After Receiving Emergency Dental Treatment?

With prompt dental emergency treatment, you can expect relief from your pain and a smile that is both functional and beautiful.

Taking Care of Your Teeth

You can prevent most dental emergencies by taking good care of your teeth and gums. Maintain a proper oral hygiene routine by brushing your teeth twice per day for two minutes and flossing at least once daily.

Visiting our dental office regularly for your twice-yearly dental cleanings and check-ups is also crucial to protecting your teeth.

Need to Find an Emergency Dentist in Chicago & Skokie, IL?

Dr. Fedin and the entire team at Chicago Dental Arts are here to help keep your teeth and gums healthy and address any dental emergency you may experience.

If you are suffering from a dental emergency in or near Chicago, Illinois, call us immediately at (312) 642-6631. Time is of the essence!

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Chicago Office

919 Michigan Ave
Floor 3
Chicago, IL 60611

(312) 642-6631

Skokie Office

4905 Old Orchard Center
Suite 420
Skokie, IL 60077

(847) 676-0484
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