If your child’s teeth have been accidentally damaged, call us now. We can even see your son or daughter after normal business hours. Just tell us what is happening, and we can set up the soonest appointment possible. We’re known in the Loveland area for our dental trauma care.
If you don’t have an emergency at the moment, this is a perfect time to save our phone number. If an emergency ever does happen, you’ll be able to reach out to us quickly.
We can’t treat every problem, though. If an injury has caused your child dizziness, vomiting, or unconsciousness, he or she likely needs the emergency room of a hospital. Below are a few other common scenarios for you to think about.
Bitten or Cut Tongue, Lip, or Cheek
This can be painful! Call us for an appointment, so we can treat it soon. In the meantime, we can give you some tips over the phone on how to slow or even stop any bleeding while you’re on your way here. But if the bleeding won’t stop, you should go to the ER.
If an accident has broken a bone in your child’s jaw, you should take him or her to a hospital. A cold compress might reduce the swelling on the way there.
Some injuries just break off a small part of a tooth. If you can find that broken piece, bring it with you to Loveland Pediatric Dentistry. After Dr. Capozza examines the tooth, she’ll give you options for us to treat it and restore it to healthy function.
Seeing your son’s or daughter’s tooth knocked out can be frightening. Call us quickly because it may be possible to save the tooth. We can walk you through the steps to save a baby tooth or adult tooth. The most important first action is to make the call.
If you notice that a part of your child’s face is swelling up, it could be an emergency, possibly caused by a dental infection. Call us now.
Tooth pain can come from a wide variety of sources. You might need to brush, floss, and rinse the tooth. Your child might need a children’s painkiller. But if the pain persists, we can examine the tooth to find the cause.
Call Loveland Pediatric Dentistry in an Emergency
If your child has any emergency dental needs, please call us immediately. We can quickly give you feedback on the situation and get you an appointment. The first step is communication so that we can decide how we can help. Please call now.