Emergency Dentistry From Your Dentists in Littleton


At Rocky View Family Dental & Implant Center, we understand that dental emergencies happen, which is why we're here to provide the treatment you need to eradicate pain and protect your smile.

While emergency dentistry covers a wide range of dental concerns and problems, from toothaches and cracked teeth to dislodged teeth and gum-related injuries, some of the most common emergency dental treatments we care for include:

Toothaches: A toothache can be caused by a number of different problems and situations, from cavities and infection to tooth damage and gum disease. If you're experiencing dental pain, it's important to see an emergency dentist right away to prevent the development of further, more serious issues.

A cracked or chipped tooth: Caused by an injury, biting down on hard foods or objects, or even grinding your teeth at night, this type of damage should be seen by a dentist as soon as possible. Depending on the severity of the damage, you may need a dental filling, a dental crown, or in some cases, a root canal treatment.

A dislodged tooth: A dislodged tooth can be caused by a sports injury, an accident, or as a result of severe gum disease. If you’re experiencing this type of emergency, it's important to gently rinse your mouth and see us as soon as possible to increase the chances of saving/reimplanting your tooth.

A lost filling: Dental fillings can be lost as a result of patients choosing to consistently eat sticky foods, because of decay that’s developed below the filling, or, occasionally, because of a chemical reaction that prevents the filling from bonding to their tooth. If you’ve lost a filling, it's important to see us as soon as possible to ensure the area is quickly repaired and protected from further damage.

Gum-related injuries: These types of injuries can range from cuts and scrapes to more serious lacerations. They should be seen right away to ensure the area is treated effectively and to avoid more complex problems.

If you are experiencing a dental emergency, call us right away. We'll do everything we can to see you as soon as possible and provide you with the care you need!

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  • Remove pain, inflammation, & infection
  • Have cracks, chips, fractures, & other emergencies cared for quickly
  • Increase your chances of a positive dental outcome
  • Receive care from our experts ASAP
  • Prioritize your oral health!