Dental Magik

An emergency dental situation can be frightening.

We will do our best to make your experience as painless as possible and minimize further oral complications. Please get in touch with us immediately if you have a dental emergency. We can help reduce pain and solve the problem.

Emergency Appointment

Dental Emergency

Emergency Dentist in East Brunswick, NJ

Dental emergencies are unpleasant situations during which a person requires immediate dental care. The problem can be a toothache, tooth loss, fallen/broken dental restoration, or damaged oral appliance but the consequences may have a long-lasting impact on oral health. This is why we give high importance to offering swift dental treatment to patients during dental emergencies.

Dental Emergencies

We are 24/7 Available for your Dental Emergency

Dental Magik understands that even after a practice closes, dental emergencies can still occur. That’s why we have a dentist on call seven days a week to address emergency dental care for our patients. It could make the difference between saving or losing a tooth. Call Dental Magik to be connected with 24-hour emergency healthcare professional.

Call us and leave your First and last name, and emergency reason. We will get back to you as soon as we can.

Dental Emergencies

Knocked out tooth

Have you been suffered with a dental Emergency?

Hold the tooth by the crown and rinse off the root of the tooth in water if it is dirty. Do not scrub or remove any attached fragments. If possible, gently insert and hold the tooth in its socket. If that isn’t possible, put the tooth in a cup of milk and get to the dentist as quickly as possible (don’t forget to bring the tooth with you!).

Common Dental Emergency Treatments

Cracked and Broken Tooth

A cracked or broken tooth can cause severe discomfort depending on its severity. It could include sharp pain when biting, temperature, and air sensitivity, as well as general aching. To schedule an appointment, call our office immediately. You can use a cold compress and some over-the-counter pain medication to ease the pain caused by the broken tooth.

Common Dental Emergency Treatments

Tooth Ache

If you’re experiencing any type of tooth ache, it’s important for us to know about it. Mild pain, such as very dull aching or sensitivity to certain foods and temperatures, can generally wait for your next regularly scheduled appointment. If your pain is very sharp or intense, it may indicate a more severe problem. If this is the case, call our office to schedule an urgent dental emergency appointment.