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Emergency Dentistry – Mankato, MN

There for You When You Need Us the Most

Dental emergencies can be incredibly stressful to deal with, especially when you’re trying to handle the shock of the situation and any discomfort that you’re feeling. That’s why it’s a good idea to have a local emergency dentist in Mankato to be able to contact. Dr. Hyland and Dr. Hampen are highly experienced, local, and community-trusted providers that are always ready to help whenever you or a family member is in need of emergency dentistry in Mankato, MN.

Man in need of emergency dnetistry holding cheek in pain

Why Choose Hyland Dental for Emergency Dentistry?

How to Handle Common Dental Emergencies

Woman in need of emergency dentistry holding her cheek

In the face of any dental emergency, it’s always a good idea to call our dental office first, so our team can provide you with first-aid guidance and tips to help minimize damage to your smile. We’ll schedule an appointment for you the same day you call so you won’t have to sit in discomfort and wonder what’s wrong. We’ve also included some helpful tips to get you comfortable until you reach our dental office below.

Woman with toothache holding her cheek

Toothaches

Toothaches are often a sign of an infection hidden deep within the inner chamber of the tooth. To help ease your pain, you can take an over-the-counter medication like ibuprofen or place a cold compress on the outside of your mouth for 10 minutes on, 10 minutes off.

Patient pointing to smile with chipped front tooth

Chipped/Broken Tooth

If you’re able to retrieve the broken-off portion of your tooth, be sure to rinse it off and bring it to your appointment with you. If the damage has created a jagged edge, you can place a piece of orthodontic wax over it to keep it from scraping or irritating the inside of your cheek or lip.

Woman with knocked out tooth covering her mouth

Knocked-Out Tooth

Time is of the essence, so quickly find and retrieve your knocked-out tooth, being sure to only handle it by the biting surface. Rinse it under cool water and store it in a sealable container submerged into salt water or milk to keep it viable so we can place it back in its socket.

Man with lost filling looking at his tooth in the mirror

Lost Filling/Crown

If you notice that your restoration is missing, it’s important to have it professionally repaired or replaced to prevent an infection from developing. If you’re able to find your restoration, you can rinse it off and temporarily re-attach it using a dab of denture adhesive or toothpaste.

How to Prevent Dental Emergencies

Mother and child flossing teeth together to prevent dental emergencies

While it’s impossible to completely prevent dental emergencies, there are still some ways that you can reduce your risk of experiencing one.

The Cost of Treating Dental Emergencies

Dentist and patient discussing the cost of treating dental emergencies

The cost of your dental emergency appointment will depend on several factors, including what type of treatment you need to address the oral problem at-hand and whether you have dental insurance. Our team takes pride in offering transparent and trustworthy emergency dentistry, so we’ll be sure to walk you through all of the details of our recommended treatment plans, including pricing. If you have any questions about dental insurance coverage, don’t hesitate to ask us!

Root Canals

Animated smile during root canal therapy

Root canals are a widely misconceived dental treatment that isn’t as bad as many patients think. In fact, it has the ability to not only cure the pain caused by an infected tooth, but also preserve your natural smile, just the way it is! After we place protective crowns over treated teeth, many patients are able to continue enjoying them for the rest of their lives.

Tooth Extractions

Three teeth on a tray after tooth extractions

We never recommend tooth extractions unless we’ve exhausted all of our other options to preserve and restore your smile. However, if you do need one due to serious dental damage, we can quickly restore your tooth with a dental implant so you won’t have to live with a gap in your smile for very long.

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