Northborough Family Dental

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs): Emergency Dentistry

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In our experience, the healthiest patients are those who understand what is happening with their oral health and why treatment is necessary. At Northborough Family Dental, we empower you to make confident decisions about your oral health with personalized consultations and patient education. We welcome your questions because they help us understand what is important to you and how we can help. 

We have shared a few of the questions that we hear most frequently from our patients. You may not see yours answered here, but we are always more than happy to help you find the information you are looking for. Please call our office at (508) 393-2522 or send us an email using our convenient online contact form.

Emergency Dentistry

When you have an emergency, the last thing you need is to wonder how and where you are going to get the relief you need.

At Northborough Family Dental, we always leave enough time in our schedule to see patients of record on an emergency basis. If you have a sports injury or a tooth is knocked out in an accident, time is of the essence because we have only hours to try to replace the tooth successfully.

Severe pain is another emergency where you need relief and you need it now. We will do everything possible to see you the same day because any pain is not normal, and severe pain is a sign that something serious is happening with your teeth.

If you have a lost crown or filling, we may not need to see you the same day. But we still need to address the problem promptly to protect your tooth from further damage. We can usually re-cement a crown back in place, but a lost filling will need to be replaced.

If you are having a dental emergency, please don’t hesitate to call us at (508) 393-2522, and a knowledgeable member of our team will be happy to assist you.

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