At Lifetime Smiles we offer 24/7 services for emergency dentistry in Austin to the Dental emergencies include:
When you’re in pain, you need a dentist who can meet you needs immediately and provide you emergency dental services in South Austin—not at the next available appointment time. Dr. Arzegar, your emergency dentist in South Austin is always available for emergency appointments and will seat you as soon as you arrive in our office.
Emergencies don’t just occur during normal business hours and neither should emergency dental services. Whether it’s 9 AM on a Sunday or 4 AM on a weeknight, Dr. Arzegar can meet you at our office and make sure you get the care you need.
At Lifetime Smiles Cosmetic Dentistry we are committed to providing complete and personalized care to all of our patients. When you arrive at our office, we make every effort to help you relax and feel comfortable with your procedure. For patients who suffer from dental anxiety or are in extreme dental pain, we keep an anesthesiologist on staff who can provide the full spectrum of sedation dentistry services. Our urgent dentist in South Austin ensures that your concerns are met appropriately and with absolute precision using the latest technology.
If you’re in pain and need to see a dentist in Carrell Oaks or an emergency dentist in South Austin, don’t wait any longer. Contact Lifetime Smiles today to receive immediate emergency dental care.
Lifetime Smiles Provides emergency care to the patients within the Austin community. Dr. Arzegar is highly trained and has extensive experience in treating trauma cases involving the hard tissue and soft tissue of the face. Examples of a dental emergencies are, teeth fractures after facial trauma, bleeding lips and lacerations, facial swelling and abscesses, or avulsed(dislocated) teeth.
Depending on the nature of the emergency, treatment may include: Teeth Splinting, root canals, build ups, bonding, ceramic restorations, crowns, veneers, Orthodics(nightguards), sutures, CT Scans, etc…
Having teeth knocked out can be a very terrifying experience. The results of trauma on teeth may vary based on many factors such as: when and how the trauma occurs, whether or not teeth are completely knocked out or partially, how quickly the teeth are stabilized. Failure to act quickly can cause, loss of teeth permanently, infection, bone loss, root resorption and etc. patients who have teeth knocked out need to visit a dentist right away to address this issue. Dr. Arzegar has extensive experience dealing with knocked out teeth and rendering appropriate care
An emergency dental visit is very important as stabilizing the dental emergency is key. Whether it’s bleeding or broken teeth, how quickly the situation is stabilized has a major impact on the success of the outcome. Depending on the situation, teeth can be splinted, bonded, veneered at the emergency visit to improve the odds of success.
Making sure that all our medications are taken as prescribed by our physicians if the patient is on chronic medications is key. Often times, a dental emergency visit has to be rescheduled because the patient forgot to take their blood pressure medications. Eat something small prior to the appointment. Sometimes, patients can experience hypoglycemia(low blood sugar) symptoms if fasting prior to their dental visit. If there is bleeding from the teeth or the gums, avoid taking NSAIDS such as Ibuprofen as they can prolong bleeding. If there are knocked out teeth, avoid touching the roots. Try keeping teeth in milk until you visit a dentist. If do not have access to milk, simply put teeth in your mouth within your saliva. Avoid rinsing the teeth or scrubbing the roots.