Emergency Dental Care Rockville, MD

Emergency Dentistry: An Overview

Dental emergencies often happen when you least expect them. Our highly trained dental care team is equipped to help you handle your dental emergency.

In the event of a dental emergency contact Congressional Dental Care immediately at (301) 276-4694. Our compassionate dental care team will make every effort to fit you in our schedule.

Our Rockville, MD dentist office provides cutting edge dental care in a compassionate, family-friendly; patient-focused environment. Our team has built a dental practice that promotes patient education and preventive dental care for the maintenance and enhancement of a natural and beautiful smile. Led by Dr. Ali Sarkarzadeh, Congressional Dental Care offers full-service dental implants, periodontal therapy, emergency dental care, and a full range of cosmetic and restorative dental services. We welcome new and returning patients of all ages from Rockville, Bethesda, Silver Spring, Chevy Chase, and all surrounding communities.

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Emergency Dentistry FAQs

What should I do if I lose a tooth?

If a tooth is knocked out or lost, try to locate the tooth. If you can find the tooth, only handle it by the crown of the tooth. Gently rinse any debris off the tooth but do not scrub or remove any attached root structure. Place the tooth in a cup of the patient’s saliva or in milk. Contact our Rockville, MD dentist office immediately. Be sure to bring the tooth with you to your scheduled appointment. You may rinse your mouth with warm water and apply a clean compress to stop any bleeding.

Can I reattach my own dental crown?

Never attempt to reattach a broken or lost dental filling, crown, or any other type of dental restoration. If a filling or crown is lost or broken, contact Congressional Dental Care to have a new restoration fit.

Why am I experiencing extreme tooth pain?

Tooth pain or swelling is typically a result of advanced tooth decay or infection. Contact our Rockville, MD dentist office as soon as possible to schedule a dental health exam. In rare cases, tooth pain may be a result of an abscess and should be addressed right away.