For patients in the Edison, Somerset, and North Brunswick, NJ area, emergency care can often be the difference between a painful night of waiting, and a proper treatment as soon as possible.
Most people do not know that dentists can provide emergency treatments and walk-ins. Dr Kishor Kulkarni is one such dentist: He makes sure that emergency situations are handled with all of the top professionalism and care, as he does for his scheduled appointments.
Dental Emergency Walk-Ins.
Emergencies don’t work on a schedule. If you suddenly feel a great amount of pain or discomfort, or are experiencing a complication in your dental health, you should never wait for professional help. Dr. Kulkarni’s emergency services for walk-ins can cover many important dental-health concerns, and, for many patients, may even be an important part of avoiding dangerous infections, and other serious issues.
Walk-ins from New Patients
Even patients who are new to KKDental can get help. If you are in the New Jersey area, and need to get emergency care as soon as possible, it’s important to get it from one of the best dental care experts in the area. Dr. Kulkarni can work with one-time care sessions, or long-term care, based on an emergency situation that may require further attention.
Appointments which must be made at the last minute.
If a situation has arisen while you are at work, you may not have time to schedule an appointment for the next day, or the next week. Speak with KKDental staff about coming in later that day, or even later that hour. The more preparation time there is for your appointment, the sooner you may be treated. Serious emergencies will get priority.
Appointments on the same day, or the next day.
Scheduling an appointment for the next day may be the best option if you have a serious, but not painful, emergency that needs to be seen to. Speak with Dr. Kulkarni’s office about scheduling an emergency appointment as soon as possible.
When is it an Emergency?
Broken Teeth, or Teeth which have lost a filling.
Teeth can break due to physical injury, or through decay that may not have been previously noticed. If you experience a tooth break, then it’s best to get treatment as soon as possible. The same is true for fillings which have become loose or lost; getting medical attention can help to prevent further damage, and infection.
Severe Toothache or Inflammation
Toothache can be caused by inflammation of the pulp within the tooth. It is often a sign that your body is fighting off an infection, but it can be triggered by physical trauma as well. It is best to get care at the first signs of dental pain, so that the proper treatment can be given and further damage can be avoided.
Abscess of the Teeth or Gums.
As with inflammation, abscesses often occur when your body is fighting off a bacterial infection. Unlike a common inflammation, an abscess can be far more dangerous for your health, if it is not properly treated. KKDental can provide fast and effective solutions for patients which are experiencing abscesses in both their teeth and their gum tissue.
Damage to Dental Implants, Replacements, or Other Structures.
Damage can occur to bridges, implants, veneers, crowns, and other parts of your teeth, often as a result of physical injury. In some cases, these may not be emergency situations. In the case of a crown which has become dislodged, or an implant site which may become damaged or infected, you will want to schedule emergency care as soon as possible.
If you are experiencing any several dental or oral pain, or if you have experienced damage to your teeth, don’t wait. Call Dr. Kulkarni’s office as soon as possible to schedule you appointment. Cost of services can be more affordable than you think, so don’t let expenses stop you from getting the care you need.