Emergency Dentist in Jaffrey, NH

Dental emergencies can happen at any time. If you are in pain and need help, don’t wait! We reserve urgent appointments for patients experiencing pain and needing treatment right away.

We understand that emergency dental situations can be stressful, so we work hard to make our patients’ process as easy as possible. Don’t suffer from dental pain—call us today!

What counts as a dental emergency?

Any situation that causes pain or discomfort in the teeth or gums can be considered a dental emergency. Sometimes a dental emergency needs immediate attention with a same-day appointment. At the same time, you can use some at-home treatments to relieve pain and then schedule an appointment with our dental office within a day or two.

Some of the most common emergencies include:

  • Severe tooth pain that doesn’t go away
  • Gum infection or swelling
  • Abscessed tooth
  • Lost tooth or crown
  • A tooth injury that results in a broken or chipped tooth
  • A knocked-out tooth causing excessive bleeding
  • Exposed nerves that cause excruciating pain

If you are experiencing any of these painful dental problems, don’t hesitate to call Monadnock Dental Associates for emergency dental care. We will work with you to get you the treatment you need as soon as possible!

Emergency Dental Services

We will do our best to provide emergency care with same-day appointments for patients in pain. At Monadnock Dental Associates, we provide a wide range of emergency dental services to preserve your dental health, including:

Tooth Extractions

If your tooth is infected or broken and can’t be saved, you may need a tooth extraction. Our emergency dentist will numb the local area to relieve pain and remove the damaged tooth. We will then discuss your options for replacing the extracted tooth and develop a treatment plan.

Root Canals

If you have a severe toothache causing unbearable pain, you may need an emergency appointment for root canal therapy. Our emergency dentist will numb the area and carefully remove the damaged tissue inside your tooth. Once the root canal is complete, we will place a crown over your tooth to protect it and restore its function.

Cavity Fillings

If you have a small cavity, you may be able to wait a few days for a regular appointment. However, if the cavity is causing tooth pain, you can take over-the-counter painkillers until you come into the office for an appointment.

Contact Monadnock Dental Associates for Dental Emergencies in Jaffrey, NH