Emergency Dentistry in West Bend

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At Oakbrook Dental, Dr. Pako Major and Dr. Reema Patel are always ready to help if you have a dental emergency in West Bend. Call now to let us know you’re coming in!

Toothaches
Pulled-Out Fillings/Crowns
Dental Trauma

Benefits of Emergency Dentistry

Coming to our office for immediate care in the event of a dental emergency will help you achieve the best outcomes for your oral and overall health. You’ll get out of pain quickly and avoid more complications down the road. When it comes to dental emergencies, time is of the essence. Call as soon as possible to get the treatment you need!

Get Relief From Pain

Emergency dentistry is the best way to relieve the pain and discomfort of a dental issue like a toothache, broken tooth, or pulled-out dental work.

Restore Your Smile & Bite

As experienced cosmetic and restorative dentists, Dr. Patel and Dr. Major can repair both the beauty and functionality of your smile.

Prevent Further Complications

Early intervention with emergency dentistry prevents further complications. Getting the care you need right away saves you both time and money.

Judee O.

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"I would highly recommend Oakbrook Dental and Dr. Habib Rahemtulla to individuals and families for their dental care and treatment. I would also like to give high praises to my dental hygienist, Kelly Skladanek. She is very gentle, super friendly, thorough and professional. She will educate you on proper dental care and hygiene while thoroughly cleaning your teeth. Oakbrook Dental is the BEST!!"

Mckenzie W.

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Oakbrook Dental was such a great experience. When I first stepped foot into the office, Kim and Judy had a smile on their face and greeted me so kindly. I then met my dental assistant Laura who made me feel very relaxed and calm at my visit. She made sure I was comfortable throughout the whole appointment which I very much appreciate being as anxious as I am. I then met Dr. Patel who was amazing. She is very knowledgeable and passionate about what she does and she made me feel very comfortable as well. I would recommend OakBrook Dental to everyone I know! :)

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What Counts as  a dental Emergency

Any condition that is causing you serious pain, discomfort, or bleeding is a dental emergency. This includes things like dental injuries (knocked-out teeth, loose teeth, cracked and broken teeth, etc.) as well as pulled-out dental work, toothaches, and inflamed or bleeding gums.

Common Emergency Procedures

Depending on your condition, a wide range of procedures may be recommended. If you have a deep cavity, a filling or crown may be used to restore your tooth, or a root canal may be needed to eliminate an infection before your tooth is restored. 

Broken, cracked, or damaged teeth are also usually treated with a dental crown. Other common emergency dental procedures include splinting loose or knocked-out teeth and suturing oral lacerations to the tongue, lips, and cheeks to prevent bleeding and ensure proper healing.

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Emergency Dentistry Frequently Asked Questions

What Do I Do With A Knocked-Out Tooth?

  • First, call Oakbrook Dental. A knocked-out tooth is an extremely serious dental emergency and you’ll need to get treatment within 1-2 hours to save your tooth.
  • Next, recover your tooth. Grab it by the crown, not the root, and rinse it off in warm water, if necessary. Replace it in the socket or put it in a container of cold milk to keep it moist.
  • After this, don’t waste any time. Come to Oakbrook Dental as soon as you can. Our team will be standing by to splint your tooth back in place, and we will do our best to restore your smile and save your tooth.

Is A Toothache A Dental Emergency?

Yes! A toothache that lasts more than 1-2 days usually indicates either an advanced cavity or an infected tooth. Both of these issues qualify as a dental emergency, so you should come to Oakbrook Dental and get help as soon as you can. With a treatment like a filling or a root canal, you can restore your tooth and prevent further complications.