Emergency Dentistry Houston, TX

Emergency Dentistry An Overview

Houston, TX dentist Dr. Eddie Pruitt offers emergency dental services to patients in the Houston, TX area. In the event of a dental emergency, contact our office as soon as possible. Our staff will do everything they can to fit you in as soon as possible.

In the event of a dental emergency, contact our Houston, TX dentist office immediately at New Patients (555) 555-5555 or Current Patients (281) 893-9175.

Houston, TX Emergency Dentist

Dr. Pruitt and our entire dental care team work to provide compassionate, quality dental care. Dr. Pruitt has over 35 years of experience and continues to expand his practice through his commitment to advanced dental education. Our dental care team will work with you to restore your oral health.

Emergency Dentistry FAQs

What qualifies as a dental emergency?

A dental emergency effects the health of your teeth gums and or jaw. In the event of an immediate emergency, call 911. For a dental emergency, call our Houston, TX dentist office.

Dental Emergencies

  • Severe tooth pain
  • Chipped or cracked teeth
  • A tooth that is partly or completely knocked out of its socket
  • Injury to the gums, tongue or other soft tissue
  • Oral abscess
  • Losing or beaking a filling, crown or other dental restoration
What do you do if you loose a tooth?

If your tooth has been knocked out or fallen out, try to locate as much of the missing tooth as possible. If found, rinse the tooth and hold it only by the crown of the tooth. You may rinse the tooth but do not scrub or damage any attached roots. Place the tooth in a cup of milk, or your own saliva. You may rinse your mouth with warm water to remove excess blood.Contact our Houston, TX dentist office as soon as possible.e The tooth may beable to be saved with in 30 minutes of the loss.

Can I reattach my own dental filling or dental crown if it falls out?

NO. Never attempt to reatach any dental restoration. Locate as much of the filling as possible and conatact our Houston, TX dentist office. Dr. Pruitt can help restore your dental restoration.

What do I do if I have severe tooth pain?

If you experiecing serious tooth pain, contact our Houston, TX dentist office. Tooth pain could be a result of something stuck or ldoged between the teeth, a dental cavitiy, or in rare cases an absesss.