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Chicago Emergency Dentist

Have a dental emergency, call Chicago Emergency Dentist Dr. Elseweifi.

Chicago emergency dentist, Dr. Yasser Elseweifi welcomes any patient with a dental emergency. He realizes that dental accidents could happen at any time. Therefore, he even welcomes walk-in patients with emergencies.

Dental Emergency

What is a dental emergency?

Chicago emergency dentist Dr. Elseweifi welcomes emergency patients. He would provide same day emergency dental care in Bucktown, Wicker Park, Logan Square, and Lincoln Park. Dental emergencies include:

  1. Toothache
  2. Knocked out tooth
  3. Cracked or broken tooth
  4. Broken jaw
  5. Swelling of the face.
  6. Soft tissue injury or cuts.
  7. mouth burns

Chicago emergency dentist Dr. Elseweifi, will evaluate your dental emergency and recommend the emergency and follow up treatment.

What to do if you have a dental emergency?

what to do in a dental emergency

Don’t panic. Just call Chicago emergency dentist Dr. Elseweifi for an evaluation and treatment of the dental emergency. Some patients may find it easier to go to the emergency room for pain management. This is fine as long as you call you dentist promptly for treatment.

What to do for a cracked tooth?

Rinse your mouth with warm water. Call for an exam and treatment of the dental emergency.

What to do for a toothache?

Toothache is a dental emergency that can be of many origins. Chicago emergency dentist Dr. Elseweifi will give you a detailed evaluation to locate the source of toothache.

What to do for a broken jaw?

Go to your nearest emergency room. The broken jaw may require temporary stabilization to protect the airway before final treatment is done.

What to do for a knocked out tooth?

The tooth should be kept moist. Call your dentist immediately or go to the emergency room.

How to prevent dental emergencies?

 Play it safe in sports and other daily activities.

  1. Avoid chewing on hard objects, including ice.
  2. Avoid opening bottle with your teeth
  3. Use a mouthguard when playing sports
  4. Keep you routine dental exams and preventive dental care to avoid dental infections.

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