In the event of a dental emergency, call Dr. Ned Greenberg’s office at 410.686.4646. Call 911 if you are experiencing severe pain or excessive bleeding, as some dental emergencies require medical care. Dr. Greenberg offers a full range of emergency dental care services as an emergency dentist in Baltimore, MD.
Whether you require a tooth extraction, dental crowns, tooth bonding, porcelain veneers, dentures, dental bridges, or dental implants, he can help. Dr. Greenberg and his team address tooth damage, lost teeth, and other dental problems to help patients achieve healthier smiles. Learn more about general dental care with emergency dentistry below:
FAQs: Emergency Dentistry
How do I treat tooth pain?
At home, take over-the-counter pain medication. If you are experiencing swelling, apply a cold compress to your jaw. Your tooth pain may be caused by a tooth or gum infection. Please schedule an appointment in our office as soon as possible so we can discover the cause of your pain.
What do I do if I knocked out a tooth?
If you find your lost tooth, lightly rinse it in water and place it in a cup of saliva or milk to transport to our dental office. If the tooth is preserved in this way, we may be able to reattach it within one hour of loss. We also provide dental implants if the missing tooth cannot be reattached. Dental implants replace teeth at the root. They feel and function just like natural teeth.
What can I do if my dental restoration breaks or falls out?
Bring the broken appliance with you to our office. Dr. Greenberg will determine the best treatment plan for replacing the appliance. He may recommend replacing the appliance with a more stable restoration.
How do I remove an object between my teeth?
If you have an object stuck in your teeth, gently floss between your teeth and do not use any sharp objects. If you cannot remove the object, please contact our office so that we can help you dislodge it.
How to Prevent Dental Emergencies
During routine visits to our dental office, our hygienists and dentists can examine your teeth and gums to catch dental problems early. Discovering dental problems early on can reduce your risk of experiencing a dental emergency. During preventive care visits, we can help our patients address developing oral health concerns and recommend the appropriate dental treatments.
Maintaining a good oral hygiene routine at home also reduces plaque buildup and decreases your risk of developing gum disease. If you play contact sports, wearing a well-fitting mouthguard reduces your risk of injury to your teeth and gums and even concussions.
Call Your Emergency Dentist in Baltimore
Treat dental concerns in Dr. Greenberg’s dental office. Call our office at 410.686.4646. If you do not have a dental emergency, you may request a dental exam with Dr. Greenberg on our website. We aim to provide patients with comfortable and comprehensive dental treatments in a warm and friendly environment. We look forward to seeing you at your next dental appointment. Our dental office provides high-quality dental care in Baltimore County.