Are you or a loved one experiencing a dental emergency? Don’t wait – contact Remmers Dental as soon as possible for the assistance and relief you need most during this difficult time. We do everything we can to see you on the same day as your initial call, and if you’re unable to reach us right away, our team provides instructions on how to manage your condition properly. We see a variety of emergency cases in Louisville including broken teeth, dislodged teeth, toothaches, soft tissue injuries, and more.
We’re very fortunate to have not one, but three highly-experienced general dentists on staff, each with years of experience handling a wide variety of emergency dental situations. Whatever problem a patient might be facing, they have successfully helped someone navigate it before. They are each big proponents of only using the latest technology as well, helping them and our team find, diagnose, and treat issues in record time.
Are you or a loved one dealing with a broken or knocked out tooth? Take the following steps to get the care you need right away:
A lack of routine oral hygiene and regular dental appointments can easily lead to a painful dental infection, better known as a toothache. If you’re dealing with a lot of dental pain right now and need relief, make sure you:
Many patients feel a chill rush over them when the words “root canal” are uttered, but the truth is, advances in dental technology and anesthesia have rendered this treatment as comfortable as having a common filling placed. Better yet, it could be the perfect solution for rescuing your badly decayed tooth from the threat of extraction. The procedure involves one of our doctors in Louisville carefully accessing the inner chamber of the tooth, removing bacteria, and replacing the diseased pulp with a safe, biocompatible substance. Once we’ve sealed the tooth, a beautiful, custom-made crown from our CEREC machine seamlessly restores lost structure.
While our number one goal is to help all of our patients preserve their natural teeth for as long as possible, sometimes, the best solution may be to simply remove a problem tooth. This might be the case if:
To ensure the comfort of our extraction patients, our dentists always use a light touch and plenty of local anesthetic, plus sedation dentistry is always available as well.