If you have a life-threatening or severe injury, call 911 or go directly to the nearest hospital emergency room. We can treat a variety of traumatic dental injuries, including teeth that have been chipped, moved, or knocked out entirely. Please call our office for assistance and more information about an emergency dental treatment.
Emergency Care Dentists in Tulsa, OK
The second largest city in Oklahoma, Tulsa has a lot to offer with over 400,000 residents. Many consider Tulsa to be a major oil hub. In fact, when oil is up the Tulsa economy is up. Forbes recognized Tulsa as one of America’s most livable cities. It is estimated that 2/3rds of Tulsans receive an annual teeth cleaning.
If you are new to the area, hopefully you now see why there are so many dental options in the Tulsa metro. Our office, aims to be a high quality and affordable dental solution. Looking for an emergency dentist in South Tulsa? We are conveniently located at 101st & Mingo.
Emergency Dental Treatment
Dr. Charles Calhoun is a family dentist, cosmetic dentist, and an emergency dentist. His team can field your questions 24-hours a day. Remember, leave a message at our office, even if it is after hours, and we will get back with you about your situation.
Although we are not open 24-hours, we are willing to be there for you 24-hours a day. In order to consult you and help you make the best decision for your emergency dental treatment.
Emergency: I Am Experiencing Major Pain In My Mouth
If you are experiencing dental pain and you think you are in need of a Tulsa emergency dentist, but cannot locate one, you should head to the nearest hospital emergency room. Remember you can call our office 24-hours a day and we will get back with you about your situation.
Dental emergencies include severe toothaches, signs of infection that may indicate an abscess (such as fever and dental or facial pain) or facial trauma that results in damaged or lost teeth or fractured facial bones. These situations should not be taken lightly, contact our office or visit a dental emergency room.
Common Dental Emergencies
If you are experiencing mouth pain, you may be worried. Likely, you are suffering from a common dental problem. But not always. There are a number of conditions that can develop quickly and are painful at their onset or other problems that develop over time and the symptoms remain dormant until the last minute. Every situation is unique and should be evaluated by Dr. Calhoun. Here are some common after hour dental traumas.
- Emergency Toothache
- Broken or Loose Braces & Wires
- Chipped or Broken Tooth
- Knocked Out Teeth
Do You Need an Emergency Tooth Extraction?
A common dental emergency in Tulsa, is an emergency tooth extraction. Typically a Dentist will aim to save the tooth when they can, but some situations threaten the tooth itself and it requires an extraction. Not all tooth problems will require an extraction, just as not all tooth issues are not an emergency.
There are certain dental problems that will arise that require an emergency dental service. Some of the reasons why you may need an extraction include:
· Broken or fractured tooth
· Crowding of teeth or impaction
· Tooth decay that is down to the pulp or that has destroyed the tooth
Frequently Asked Dental Questions
- What If I Have Allergies? Can I receive dental treatment with allergies?
- What do I need to bring for my first time to the Tulsa dental office?
- What should I do if I can’t get ahold of my normal dentist after hours and I have an emergency?
- I have severe mouth pain; do I need to see an emergency dentist or should I wait?
- How do I relieve my dry mouth?
When you visit Calhoun DDS dental office, you will need to arrive for your appointment at least 15 minutes early to fill out paperwork. If you have your dental records, you should bring them with you along with your insurance card.
Before you head into the local Tulsa dental office for your emergency appointment, never be afraid to inquire over the phone what the price is or what will take place. If you have insurance, now would be a good time to let the receptionist know, so that they can give you the correct cost of service. You may also want to ask what types of payment they accept.
Where you searching for EMERGENCY DENTAL TREATMENT? Contact our staff even after hours.
Charles Calhoun, DDS