Get Same-Day Care
At Arrowhead Family Dentistry
Dental emergencies are never convenient, and the pain and discomfort from an issue like a broken or infected tooth can be debilitating and interfere with your day-to-day life. At Arrowhead Family Dentistry, we offer our patients same-day emergency care in Peoria. Our team can provide you with the treatment you need to get relief from pain and get back to your daily routine. Contact us for a same-day emergency appointment now! You can reach us at (623) 561-0100.
Get Treatment Right Away
Getting immediate care for a dental emergency is the best way to minimize the risk of complications, keep your teeth healthy, and get relief from pain and discomfort. At our dental office in Peoria, we offer same-day appointments for all dental emergencies.
If possible, we ask that you give us a call before your appointment at (623) 561-0100 so we can prepare for your visit. However, we will also accept walk-in emergencies at our office, which is located at 7777 W. Deer Valley Road, Suite 160, Peoria, Arizona 85382. If you are having a dental emergency, don’t wait. Come in to get help right away.
What Counts As
A Dental Emergency?
The most obvious category of dental emergencies are related to oral trauma. A traumatic oral injury can result in cracked, damaged, broken, loose or even knocked-out teeth, and it’s important to get help for these issues immediately.
However, there are many other issues that also count as an emergency, such as a severe toothache, a pulled-out or damaged piece of dental work, or even a piece of food or object lodged between your teeth that you can’t get out on your own.
We define a dental emergency as any issue that’s causing you serious pain, discomfort or bleeding, and that you cannot treat on your own. If your condition fits those criteria, come into our office for help immediately.
What Should I Do
If My Tooth Is Knocked Out?
Contact Arrowhead Family Dentistry to let us know that you are coming in. Your tooth needs to be replaced within one hour (two hours maximum) for optimal results.
Recover your tooth by grasping it by the crown (top). Avoid touching the root (bottom) of the tooth, as it is very delicate. If necessary, you can rinse the tooth with warm water to clean it. Then, replace it in the socket, if possible, or put it into a small bag of cold milk.
As soon as you have recovered your tooth, come to our office. If you see us within 1-2 hours, we will be able to splint your tooth, and it’s highly likely that we will be able to save it.