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Cedar Road Dental is here for you when you have any emergency dentistry needs in the Chesapeake, VA area. Dental emergency is a type of medical emergency involving the teeth or gingiva. It is often painful and quite frightening. A prompt treatment is required to alleviate pain and to ensure that the tooth has a best chance of survival. Accidents do happen and knowing what to do when one occurs can mean the difference between saving and loosing the tooth. If you feel that you need to see an emergency dentist immediately, call Dr. Zahir. She specializes in emergency treatment and pain relief. Please contact our office at (757) 548-0000.

Emergency Dentistry in Chesapeake, VA: When you need to see a Dentist

  • Having Toothache (When you brush, rinse and floss and your tooth hurts)
  • Broken, dislodged, or cracked teeth
  • Soft tissue injury
  • Swollen gums/face
  • An object wedged between your teeth
  • Tooth sensitivity
  • Swollen gums/face

Our Emergency Dentistry includes the following procedures:

  • Root Canals
  • Abscess
  • Extractions
  • Oral Surgery
  • Tooth Fracture
  • Periodontal Pain
  • Dental Trauma

 

Dental Emergency Chesapeake, VA

Have you been involved in an accident that knocked out one or several of your teeth? Has a toothache kept you from sleeping or eating properly? Did one of your dental crowns or dental fillings fall out? If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, you may need the care of an emergency Chesapeake dentist. What exactly is an emergency dentist? Simply put, an emergency Chesapeake dentist is a general dentist or dental specialist who is available to help you. Call us today!

We can get you out of pain immediately by treating virtually all dental situations: chipped teeth, root canals, extractions, or any other dental needs.

If you have questions or concerns about emergency dentistry, contact our office at  (757) 379-8624. If you have experienced a more serious injury, such as a broken jaw, we recommend that you visit the emergency room before seeking any kind of dental treatment.

If your injury is life-threatening, call 911 or go directly to the nearest emergency room.

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