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Emergency Dentistry in Fox Point

Dental Care When You Need It Most

Dental emergencies are never convenient, and we want to make sure you get the care you need as quickly as possible if you’re in pain.

Same-Day Appointments
After-Hours Care
$1 Emergency Exams

Benefits of Immediate Dental Care in an Emergency

It is important to take care of an oral emergency as soon as possible to ensure the best outcome for your dental health. If you ignore a toothache, chip, or crack, it can turn into a bigger issue and possibly require a root canal, extraction, or replacement down the road. Seeking immediate treatment will save you time and money and get you out of pain quickly.

Same-Day Care

We offer same-day care because we recognize that it is important to get treatment as soon as possible.

Pain Relief

You shouldn’t have to wait in pain if you’re experiencing an emergency. Come in to get relief from pain and discomfort.

Peace of Mind

Getting dental care immediately means that you won’t spend any time worrying about your condition becoming worse.

David A.

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"Dr. Charmoli demonstrates the highest caliber of professionalism and empathy for his patients, definitely had bad experiences with many dentists out there but I put my full trust in Dr. Charmoli!"

David A.

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Don’t Wait in Pain!
$1 Emergency Exam

Call Ahead

What to Expect During an Emergency Appointment

Our team is trained to assess your situation efficiently and accurately, and we have sedation options to get you out of pain as soon as you arrive. If possible, we ask that you call ahead at  (414) 236-5885 to let us know that you’ll be coming by so we can prepare for your visit accordingly. However, we know this isn’t always possible, so feel free to walk-in anytime at 333A Brown Deer Road, Fox Point, WI 53217

What to Do During A Dental Emergency

  • The first thing you should do is call Fox Point Dental Studio to let us know you’ll be stopping by. Some conditions, such as a knocked-out tooth, are time-sensitive and need to be treated within 1-2 hours for the best outcome. Call ahead so that we can prepare for your arrival and provide you with the most efficient care possible.
  • After your emergency appointment is set, take steps to minimize your pain and discomfort. Use sterile gauze or clean cotton balls to absorb blood, which will usually slow or stop within 1-2 hours. To help with pain and swelling, you can also take Advil or Tylenol, or apply an icepack externally.
  • If you have loose or pulled out dental work, place it in a baggie or another clean container to keep it safe. Bring it with you to your emergency appointment. 
  • If your tooth is loose or has been knocked out, rinse it with warm water and replace it in the socket, or put in a small container of cold milk to keep the pulp alive until your appointment.

Emergency Dentistry Frequently Asked Questions

What is a Dental Emergency?

A dental emergency is any condition that is causing you oral pain and discomfort that you cannot treat on your own. If your condition meets these two criteria, it’s an emergency. Call us right away to let us know that you’ll be coming in or to schedule a same-day appointment.

  • Pulled-Out or Loose Dental Work: This includes fillings, crowns, and dentures.
  • A Persistent Toothache: Toothaches warrant an emergency appointment if they are causing you a great deal of pain or if you have been experiencing one for several days. 
  • A Cracked or Chipped Tooth: Cracks and chips in your teeth can be serious and lead to more severe issues if not treated right away.
  • A Knocked-Out or Loose Tooth: If your tooth has been knocked out (avulsed) or loosened by an oral injury, it is important to come in for an emergency appointment. 
  • Other Oral Injuries: Lacerations to the tongue, lips, cheeks, or gums that cause excessive bleeding are also considered emergencies. 

Should You Go To the ER For a Dental Emergency?

 If you think your condition may be life-threatening, you should immediately go to the ER. However, if your condition is tolerable, it is best to come to Fox Point Dental Studio for care since it is likely that an emergency room will send you to an emergency dentist near you. If you are unsure about whether you are experiencing a dental emergency, call us at (414) 236-5885 to make sure you get the care you need. 

Is a ToothAche Considered A Dental Emergency?

Yes! Toothaches are your body’s way of telling you that something is wrong. This can mean something as simple as a piece of food stuck between your teeth, but it can also be a sign of an infection. It’s better to be safe than sorry, so call us today if you’re experiencing a painful toothache.