Dental Emergencies

Dealing With Dental Emergencies?

Broken Front Teeth

Learn more about what we can do to help 24/7 Dental Emergencies!  Are you facing one of the below or a similar situation?

  • Your ten-year-old, who loves basketball, dived for the ball at the same time as a fellow player and collides mouth first, with the other player’s head and now has a broken tooth.
  • You bite down on an olive and discover it wasn’t pitiless, breaking your front tooth the night before a big a big event.
  • You bit into a chewy caramel a friend innocently offered you and out came a large filling exposing a very sensitive tooth.

We understand that dental emergencies may occur at the most inconvenient moments in your life.  Emergency dental care is a service we hope you will never need, but if you do, Forum Dental Group is here to help.

There are many reasons to seek emergency dental care. Sometimes, the pain of existing problems such as swollen gums, abscessed teeth or infected mouth ulcers can be more than one can endure.  Tooth damage, broken dentures, lost crowns or fillings, broken or cracked teeth  should be taken care of immediately and seldom happen when the time is convenient.

For a quick reference guide to aid you in some of the most common Dental Emergencies and how to proceed,  go to the American Dental Association’s website.

The purpose of Forum Dental Group is to be there  when you need assistance, by supporting you with both information and service.  If you are in need of emergency dental care, please do not hesitate to contact us, 24 hours a day, seven days a week at (425) 357-1818. (After hours/weekends) Please listen to the entire message and follow the telephone instructions to help you get the fastest response. Our commitment to you is to provide you service within 24 hours of your call.  We will call you back and make special arrangements to see you at the earliest time possible, and assist you with your need.

A fractured bridge, the afternoon before an important evening event

Central Incisor Fractured to the Gumline

Ninety Minutes Later

Sixty Minutes Later…