1140 N Town Center Dr #170 Las Vegas, NV 89144

Current Patients 702-562-8833

New Patients 702- 213-7220

Emergency Dentistry Las Vegas, NV

Call Dr. James White’s Las Vegas dental office at 702- 213-7220 in the event of a dental emergency.

Our professional team treats tooth infections, gum swelling, and tooth pain. If needed, they will provide emergency tooth extraction, dental implants, and dental crowns. In addition, they can repair teeth that have accidentally been chipped, cracked, or fractured. Emergency dentistry is a general dental treatment that encompasses multiple treatments. Our staff treats tooth abscesses, infection, and knocked out permanent teeth. If patients have a broken or lost dental restoration such as a dental crown, it can be easily replaced in-office.

Emergency dental care Las Vegas, NV for lost tooth

Emergency Dental FAQs

What do I do if my tooth gets knocked out?

If your tooth gets knocked loose or dislodged, contact our office immediately. Use a clean damp cloth and apply slight pressure to the gum if it is bleeding. If you find the tooth, hold it by the crown or top of the tooth. Gently rinse the tooth, and place it in a glass of your own saliva, or in a glass of milk. In some cases, a lost tooth can be saved within a few hours of loss.

Why do I have tooth pain?

Tooth pain could be a result of several dental concerns. If you are experiencing intense tooth pain, contact our Las Vegas office immediately. Most patients with tooth pain have a dental cavity and will require professional treatment.

What do I do if I have a broken dental crown?

Do not attempt to replace the broken crown on your own. Call Dr. White so he can offer a replacement for your dental restoration.

What do I do if my denture or dental bridge breaks?

If possible, schedule an appointment at our office and bring the broken appliance with you. Dr. White will help you to determine the best treatment plan for replacing the appliance.

What do I do if an object is stuck between my teeth?

Do not use any sharp objects to try to remove the object. This may damage the tooth or gums. Gently floss between the teeth to see if the object can be removed. If it can not be removed, contact our office.

Schedule an Appointment

Call our office at 702- 213-7220 or request a consultation with Dr. White on our website.