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Emergency Dentistry – Pea Ridge, AR

Same-Day Emergency Treatment for Patients in Pain

Dental emergencies always seem to happen at the most stressful and unexpected moments, which is why it’s always a good idea to have the number of your local emergency dentist in Pea Ridge on-hand. At Peak Dental Care, we’re happy to provide same-day emergency dentistry to our Pea Ridge, AR dental patients who find themselves in the midst of a dental crisis as well as over-the-phone first-aid guidance to help minimize additional damage to your smile.

Woman in need of emergency dentistry holding cheek in pain

Why Choose Peak Dental Care for Emergency Dentistry?

How to Handle Common Dental Emergencies

Woman in need of emergency dentistry holding her jaw

The first step you should always take when you experience a dental emergency is to call our dental office. We’ll work quickly to schedule an appointment the same day that you call and get you out of pain. We’ll also provide you with over-the-phone first-aid guidance to make sure that you don’t have to wait in discomfort until you get to our dental office. Below, we’ve provided some helpful tips for you to handle some of the most common dental emergencies.

Woman with toothache holding cheek


Toothaches are often a sign of an infection beneath your enamel. To help minimize your pain, you can take an over-the-counter medication like ibuprofen or place a cold compress on the outside of your mouth for 10 minutes on, 10 minutes off, for up to an hour.

Smile with chipped front tooth

Chipped/Broken Tooth

If you’re able to retrieve the broken-off portion of your tooth, pick it up, rinse it off, and place it in a sealable container to bring to the dental office with you. If the damage has created a jagged edge, you can place a piece of orthodontic wax over it to keep it from snagging on the inside of your cheeks or lips.

Smile with knocked out tooth

Knocked-Out Tooth

Time is of the essence, so quickly retrieve your tooth, being sure to only handle it by the biting surface, and rinse it off under a cool stream of water. Store it in a sealable container full of milk or salt water to keep it viable, and bring it to your appointment.

Man with lost dental crown looking at his smile

Lost Filling/Crown

If you can find your lost restoration, rinse it off with water. You can temporarily place it back on your tooth using a dab of toothpaste or denture adhesive. Just be sure to have your restoration professionally repaired or replaced in a timely manner to prevent an infection from developing.

Man with jaw pain holding his face

Head/Neck/Jaw Pain

If you’re experiencing tension, pain, or discomfort in your jaw joints, neck, or head as a result of TMJ dysfunction, our team is happy to help provide you with relief. For temporary relaxation, you can massage your jaw joints and or place a warm towel or wash cloth across your jaw.

How to Prevent Dental Emergencies

Mother and child brushing teeth to prevent dental emergencies

Even though you can’t completely prevent dental emergencies from occurring, there are some ways that you can drastically reduce your risk of experiencing one, including:

The Cost of Treating Dental Emergencies

Dental team member and patient discussing the cost of treating dental emergencies

The cost of your dental emergency treatment will depend on what the issue is, the extent of the damage that it caused, and whether you require any follow-up treatments to restore your smile after relieving your pain. Before we conduct any type of procedure, we’ll walk you through the treatment that we recommend and explain how it will solve your oral health problem. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to ask!

Root Canals

Animaed root canal therapy process

Root canals are a widely misconceived dental treatment that are often said to be painful and uncomfortable. However, that’s not the case. Dr. Baioni and our team administer a local anesthetic before we proceed, completely numbing the area so you experience no discomfort. Once we remove the infected pulp, we’ll sanitize the inner chamber and repair the structure of the tooth using a substance called gutta percha. Finally, we’ll top the tooth off with a customized dental crown to provide it with lasting protection and support.

Tooth Extractions

Metal clasp holding an extracted tooth

We always try to save our patients’ teeth at all costs. However, in some situations, we may not be able to do that without risking your oral health. In cases that involve severe infection or decay, we may need to extract your tooth to keep the issue from spreading and causing even more damage. However, we’re able to replace your missing tooth afterward, so you won’t need to live with a gap in your smile.

Wisdom Tooth Extractions

Animated smile with an impacted wisdom tooth before extraction

Wisdom teeth, also called third molars, grow in between the ages of 17 and 25. Not everybody’s mouth is able to accommodate these additional teeth, which is why many people have them extracted to avoid the threat of a cyst or infection developing. If we see that there’s not enough room in your jaw for your wisdom teeth, we can remove them to prevent additional issues from developing down the road.

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