Emergency Dental Care

Edmond, OK Dentist

Emergency Dental Care in Edmond, OK

We are Open for Your Emergency Dental Needs

As many other offices close completely, Redbud Dental is dedicated to serving our clients. We will remain open during the COVID-19 crisis during our new emergency hours and by appointment to assist patients that need emergency dental care in Edmond and the surrounding areas.

Naturally, to safeguard the health of our other patients and our team, we will ask questions when you call for your appointment to ensure you are otherwise healthy and can be treated in our office. We have also increased our cleaning and sanitation standards beyond our normal daily routines and have implemented new social distancing regulations.

Edmond Emergency Dentist Hours

Tuesday: 9:00am – 1:00pm
Wednesday: 9:00am – 1:00pm
Thursday: 9:00am – 1:00pm
Friday: 9:00am – 1:00pm

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You never expect a dental emergency. We understand. We’ve all worked in emergency dental care before. If you’re in severe tooth pain, call us right away. Whether you’ve had an accident or don’t know the cause behind your severe tooth pain, we can help.

We always reserve some time in our schedule, so we can be your emergency dentist in Edmond when you need us. We want to be there for you when you or your family members run into a situation you can’t control. We’ll be the calming presence that helps get you through it.

Call Redbud when you have tooth pain or any other distressing dental symptoms. We’ll schedule you within the same day or in the next 24 hours.

Permanent Tooth Was Knocked Out

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If a tooth was knocked out somehow, an emergency dentist can make all the difference. Use the steps below to try to save it until your emergency appointment.

  • Call Redbud for an appointment: The longer a tooth is out of your mouth, the harder it is to save. Call us immediately, and we can find a time for you to come in.
  • Pick up the tooth by the crown: If your tooth has come out, you’ll need to pick it up, but don’t touch its root, which is very fragile.
  • Wash out your mouth: There might be broken particles of a tooth in your mouth. Rinse with cold water and get any particles out. If you find any large pieces of your tooth, bring them to the office.
  • Wash your tooth: In lukewarm water, rinse the tooth that came out. Wash off debris without scrubbing it.
  • Preserve the tooth in your socket or a container: The best place to keep your tooth’s root safe for as long as possible is actually in your mouth. If you can hold it in its socket, that can help preserve it. If you can’t hold it in the socket, put it in a container of cold milk.

Redbud Dental Can Help During an Emergency

Call us right away if you need emergency dental care in Edmond. We’ll find you an appointment as soon as possible.

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