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Office hours are Mon-Thurs 8-5pm, Closed Fri, Sat, & Sun, but we answer phone calls 24/7.

Stress-Free Emergency Dentistry

Our caring team can help get your smile back on track with painless emergency dentistry in Cypress

Tooth infection, impacted wisdom teeth, dental abscesses, gum disease, and cracked or chipped tooth problems are nothing to ignore. When these urgent issues appear, our team at Cypress Family Dental is here to set your smile back to rights and get your dental health under control. Dr. Wood and Dr. Park understand that it can be nerve-wracking to be in a dental emergency, but we strive to make the entire process smooth and painless. Whether you need a cavity filling, root canal, tooth extraction, or other emergency dental services, we waste no time getting you in the dental chair. After a comprehensive examination, we can create a winning plan that will have your smile on the fast track to recovery.
Tooth infection, impacted wisdom teeth, dental abscesses, gum disease, and cracked or chipped tooth problems are nothing to ignore. When these urgent issues appear, our team at Cypress Family Dental is here to set your smile back to rights and get your dental health under control. Dr. Wood and Dr. Park understand that it can be nerve-wracking to be in a dental emergency, but we strive to make the entire process smooth and painless. Whether you need a cavity filling, root canal, tooth extraction, or other emergency dental services, we waste no time getting you in the dental chair. After a comprehensive examination, we can create a winning plan that will have your smile on the fast track to recovery.

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When Is It A Dental Emergency?

We make sure you don’t feel a thing during your procedure, whether you need a simple filling or a tooth extraction

Not every cracked tooth or bleeding gum is a dental emergency. They might seem worrying or even scary at the moment (and you should always have these issues examined by our professional experts), but they can often wait a few days or even weeks for treatment without any problems. In some cases, like with gingivitis and early tooth decay, these issues can solve themselves with great brushing and flossing habits. However, you shouldn’t wait to contact our team immediately when a dental emergency appears. Leaving urgent problems too long will only lead to further issues. What might have once needed a simple dental filling may instead need a dental crown or even tooth extraction. Please visit our dental office at the first signs of a dental emergency such as a toothache that lasts more than a day, a permanent tooth becomes loose, a knocked-out tooth, a tooth abscess or white pimple on the gums, a painful fractured or broken tooth, a chipped tooth with sharp edges, excessive bleeding, or jaw pain or swelling.
While urgent dental problems can be painful to deal with, treating them doesn’t have to be. A great dentist takes their patient’s comfort in mind and aims to make their experience in the dental chair the best it can be, even on short notice. Before your procedure, your dentist will apply a local anesthetic called lidocaine to the troubled area of your mouth. Typically, they will use a topical anesthetic before injecting the local anesthetic, which makes every part of the process more comfortable. The anesthetic will block the nerves in that part of your mouth, so it will be entirely numb throughout your procedure. However, if you’re particularly anxious about your emergency appointment, we also offer dental sedation options like nitrous oxide. Also known as laughing gas, nitrous oxide helps calm the mind as well as the body, so you only feel happy and relaxed during your visit. Plus, since the gas is breathed in, it will wear off shortly after the breathing apparatus is removed without any lingering after-effects.
Not every cracked tooth or bleeding gum is a dental emergency. They might seem worrying or even scary at the moment (and you should always have these issues examined by our professional experts), but they can often wait a few days or even weeks for treatment without any problems. In some cases, like with gingivitis and early tooth decay, these issues can solve themselves with great brushing and flossing habits. However, you shouldn’t wait to contact our team immediately when a dental emergency appears. Leaving urgent problems too long will only lead to further issues. What might have once needed a simple dental filling may instead need a dental crown or even tooth extraction. Please visit our dental office at the first signs of a dental emergency such as a toothache that lasts more than a day, a permanent tooth becomes loose, a knocked-out tooth, a tooth abscess or white pimple on the gums, a painful fractured or broken tooth, a chipped tooth with sharp edges, excessive bleeding, or jaw pain or swelling.
While urgent dental problems can be painful to deal with, treating them doesn’t have to be. A great dentist takes their patient’s comfort in mind and aims to make their experience in the dental chair the best it can be, even on short notice. Before your procedure, your dentist will apply a local anesthetic called lidocaine to the troubled area of your mouth. Typically, they will use a topical anesthetic before injecting the local anesthetic, which makes every part of the process more comfortable. The anesthetic will block the nerves in that part of your mouth, so it will be entirely numb throughout your procedure. However, if you’re particularly anxious about your emergency appointment, we also offer dental sedation options like nitrous oxide. Also known as laughing gas, nitrous oxide helps calm the mind as well as the body, so you only feel happy and relaxed during your visit. Plus, since the gas is breathed in, it will wear off shortly after the breathing apparatus is removed without any lingering after-effects.

Toothache Emergency
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We’re Here For You 24/7

Our emergency dentist in Cypress is always just a call away
when your smile needs immediate attention

You can’t plan for a dental emergency, and they don’t always strike at convenient hours. That’s why our team is always ready to take your call, no matter the time or problem. Whether it’s a cracked tooth at 2 a.m. or a sudden toothache, we're always ready to schedule an appointment and offer emergency dental care advice. With our caring emergency dentists on your side, toothache relief is just around the corner.

We are available to answer your questions 24/7. Call us now.

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“Dental Emergencies Are No Problem For Us”

“Dental Emergencies Are No Problem For Us”

We don’t leave anything to chance when it comes to your smile’s health

“When you first arrive, we will take X-rays and digital scans to get a complete look at the goings-on of your smile. This will reveal to us any cavities, tooth infections, abscesses, and other dental emergencies that may be causing you trouble. It can also help us spot any potential issues to keep an eye on in the future. Once we understand the landscape of your urgent problems, we will put together your treatment options and plan.”

“When you first arrive, we will take X-rays and digital scans to get a complete look at the goings-on of your smile. This will reveal to us any cavities, tooth infections, abscesses, and other dental emergencies that may be causing you trouble. It can also help us spot any potential issues to keep an eye on in the future. Once we understand the landscape of your urgent problems, we will put together your treatment options and plan.”

Dr. George Westphalen
Cypress Family Dental
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