Emergency Endodontic Services

Dental emergencies happen to everyone at some point. They usually happen at the most inconvenient times — on camping trips, while out-of-town, or over the long weekend. At Los Angeles Center For Endodontics we off a number of emergency endodontic services. We are here to help serve you when a dental emergency arises. When you have a dental emergency your teeth need to receive proper care right away. As with any type of medical emergency, it’s important to be aware of the possibility of a medical emergency. This preparation allows you to ensure the best outcome.

If you are experiencing very severe pain or have had part of your tooth break you may need one of our emergency endodontic services, such as emergency root canal therapy. At Los Angeles Center for Endodontics, we are happy to accommodate patients in need of urgent care in these situations. If you’re experiencing severe pain or trauma to your teeth, call our office. We listen to your case and walk you through the best course of treatment. Our doctors take pride in getting you out of pain as quickly as possible.

Common Types of Emergency Endodontic Services:

Emergency Root Canal Therapy

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Patients experiencing very severe pain from a root canal infection, or patients who have had part of their tooth break into the pulp, may need emergency root canal treatment. At Los Angeles Center for Endodontics, we will be happy to accommodate patients in need of urgent care in these situations. If you’re experiencing severe pain or trauma to the teeth, contact our office. We’ll listen to your case and walk you through the best course of treatment to get you out of pain as soon as possible. Continue reading about emergency root canal therapy…

Traumatic Injury

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Traumatic injuries that happen to the mouth involve chipped, broken, dislodged or knocked-out teeth. Usually, these dental injuries are usually a result of an accident or sports injury. Even if a traumatic injury seems mild, it is still important to schedule an exam immediately. We can screen for if the traumatic injury damaged the surrounding teeth, nerves or other parts of the mouth. We consider an injury a traumatic injury if you have dislodged or knocked out your tooth. Continue reading about truamatic injury…