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5248 Hamilton Blvd #3 Allentown, PA 18106

Emergency Dentistry Allentown, PA

Emergency DentistryAn Overview

In the event of a dental emergency contact Hamilton Dental Designs at 610-421-4540.

Our dental care team will fit you in for an appointment as soon as possible.
New patients are welcome for dental emergencies.

A dental emergency can be frightening, and occur when you least expect it. In the event of a dental emergency, contact our office right away. Our dental care team can offer advice over the phone and schedule you for an emergency visit to see Dr. Gil. Hamilton Dental Designs is conveniently located in Allentown, PA. We welcome new patients from Macungie, Wescosville, Trexlertown and surrounding communities.

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5248 Hamilton Boulevard, Suite 3
Allentown, Pennsylvania
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Emergency Dentistry FAQs

What should I do if my tooth gets knocked out?

In the event that your tooth gets knocked loose or comes completely dislodged, contact our office immediately.

You can stop bleeding using a clean damp cloth and apply slight pressure to the gum.

Try to locate the tooth. If you find the tooth, or pieces of the tooth, only handle them by the crown or top of the tooth. Try to leave any remaining root structure attached to the tooth.

You can gently rinse the tooth but do not scrub.

Place the tooth in a glass of your own saliva, or in a glass of milk and bring the tooth with you to your emergency dental visit.

Can a lost tooth be saved?

In some cases, a lost tooth can be saved within a few hours of loss. Be sure to preserve any attached root structure, and only handle the tooth by the crown. Place your lost tooth in milk or your own saliva.

If your tooth cannot be saved, Dr. Gil offers full service in-house dental implant treatment plans. A dental implant is the most natural way to replace a missing tooth. Dr. Gil can surgically place a dental implant and dental crown to replace your missing tooth.

Why do I have tooth pain?

Tooth pain could be a result of several dental concerns. If you are experiencing intense or shooting tooth pain, contact our Allentown, PA dentist office right away.

Most patients with tooth pain have a dental cavity and will require a dental filling or root canal.

Pain may also be the result of a broken filling or dental restoration.

In rare cases, an abscess may have formed and should be addressed as soon as possible.

What should I do if I broke a dental crown?

NEVER attempt to replace a broken or lost dental restoration on your own.

In the event that a dental crown or dental filling breaks or becomes dislodged contact, Dr. Gil, to schedule an appointment to safely and securely restore your dental restoration.

What if I am afraid of the dentist, but have a dental emergency?

Hamilton Dental Designs was created with the comfort of our patients in mind. We have gentle massage chairs, TVs, and cafe station for your comfort and convenience.

If you suffer from dental anxiety, you can rest assured that our highly skilled and compassionate dental care team will treat you with a gentle hand. We help our patients overcome dental anxiety by explaining our procedures and keeping them well informed about their oral health. We always take the time to listen to our patients to ensure that we are treating them right.

When necessary, Dr. Gil can administer oral conscious sedation to help you feel more at ease.

Why choose Hamilton Dental Designs?