Emergency Services

Dental emergencies are any serious or unexpected issues that involve teeth and their supporting structures when they require urgent attention. It could be an injury to the teeth, gums, or other structures inside the mouth. No dental plight should be taken lightly, as negligence can increase the risk of permanent damage or lead to potentially expensive dental treatment.

At Arden Dental Center, we understand the urgency and importance of addressing these emergencies promptly. Our team of skilled professionals is dedicated to providing exceptional emergency dental care for individuals experiencing any dental issue that demands immediate attention. With our state-of-the-art facilities and advanced techniques, we strive not only to alleviate pain but also to ensure optimal oral health outcomes in a timely manner. Whether it's a knocked-out tooth from a sports injury or severe toothache causing unbearable discomfort, you can rely on us to deliver prompt and effective solutions so you can regain your smile with confidence again.

Common Dental Emergencies

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Tooth pain

Tooth pain can be triggered by many different factors: sinusitis could mimic a severe toothache, a fractured tooth could hurt when you bite down, or a flare-up infection could cause swelling.

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Broken or Chipped Teeth

A chipped or broken tooth due to any trauma is a dental emergency. It should always be examined with proper radiographs and detailed intra-oral assessment.

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Knocked-out tooth

If your tooth is knocked out, it is a dental emergency that needs immediate attention. If brought early enough, our dentist to reinsert it back into the socket and save the tooth.

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Soft-tissue Injuries

Any injury to the soft tissues can result in bleeding of the tongue, cheeks, gums, or lips. In case of severe bleeding in the mouth, the patient is advised to see a dentist right away.

Dental Emergency Treatments

In case of a dental emergency, it is crucial to remain calm and take immediate action to ensure proper care and minimize any potential complications. Here's what you should do:

Assess the Severity

The first step is determining the severity of the issue. Minor problems like a chipped tooth may require less urgent attention than severe pain or excessive bleeding.

Contact Your Dentist

The first step is to reach out to your dentist as soon as possible. Explain the situation clearly, providing details about the problem or discomfort you are experiencing.

Handle a Knocked-out Tooth

If your tooth gets knocked out, carefully pick it up by the crown without touching the root. Place the tooth back into its socket if possible, holding it gently until you can see our dentist.

Manage a Cracked Tooth

In case of a cracked tooth, rinse your mouth gently with warm water and apply cold compresses on the affected area externally to reduce swelling. Avoid biting down on hard foods or objects.

Control Bleeding

If excessive bleeding occurs, use clean gauze pads to apply firm but gentle pressure directly on the area for about 10-15 minutes. This will help promote clot formation and stop bleeding.

Relieve Pain

To alleviate dental pain temporarily before reaching professional help, over-the-counter pain relievers such as acetaminophen can be taken following manufacturer instructions. 

Visit Dr. Lu, our best emergency dentist in Bloomingdale, IL for your dental emergencies. Call us today at (630) 529 0303.


531 E. Roosevelt Road, Suite 100,
Wheaton, IL 60187

Fax: (630) 477-0483

Office Hours

MON9:00 am - 5:00 pm

TUE9:30 am - 2:30 pm

WED9:00 am - 5:00 pm

THU10:00 am - 6:00 pm

FRI - SAT8:00 am - 1:00 pm


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