Same Day Dentistry
Smile Lounge is fortunate to have the band-with to support same-day dental visits. Same-day dentistry is invaluable to patients requiring urgent care and general dentists. By eliminating extensive waiting times, same-day dentistry ensures that patients receive the prompt attention they need for oral health.
Furthermore, same-day dentistry allows for more efficiency, as same-day treatments can be tailored in one session without further appointments. Same-day appointments save patients time and reduce overall costs associated with visiting the emergency dentist. In short, same-day dentistry stands to revolutionize oral health by offering a convenient solution for those seeking immediate care or urgent resolutions.
Emergency Dentistry Services
Dental emergencies are nearly impossible to predict. So, emergency dental clinics are a vital resource for those seeking fast and effective relief from unexpected or emergency dental needs. Emergency dentists Dr. Song and Dr. Cho provide quick diagnosis and treatment for various oral health issues, including unbearable dental pain, infected teeth, fractures, or other serious oral health issues.
Our goal is to be available for little to no waiting time so that patients receive care quickly without sacrificing quality. Also, we are experienced in addressing various types of emergency issues with the utmost consideration for the patient’s comfort and offer dental sedation for those that need it. Our emergency dentists understand the importance of prompt medical attention and strive to provide dependable solutions on short notice.
While You Wait
After contacting our emergency dental department, managing pain, bleeding, and swelling is crucial while you wait for your emergency dentistry appointment. We encourage patients in crisis to take over-the-counter pain medication appropriately to manage discomfort, use clean gauze to stop bleeding, and apply cold compresses to mitigate swelling. If you’ve accidentally knocked out a tooth, pick up the tooth by the crown, rinse the tooth, and store it in a glass of whole milk.