Emergency Dentistry - Santa Clara & Fremont

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Rapid Dental Care in Fremont and Santa Clara, CA

We understand that dental emergencies can happen at any time, and generally when you least expect. Whether you’ve experienced dental trauma or are suffering from a toothache with no obvious explanation, you want rapid relief. Thankfully, that doesn’t usually mean a trip to the emergency room. We offer a variety of emergency dentistry treatments at You Smile Dental including restoration repair, root canals, tooth extractions, and treatment of decay or gum infections. We sincerely hope you never need any emergency dentistry services from us. However, when you require immediate attention, count on our dental team to treat you with compassion when you need it most. Whenever possible, we’ll leave room in our schedule so that we can see you the same day. Consider us your home for emergency dentistry in Fremont and Santa Clara, CA!

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Dental Emergencies We Treat:

Treating Painful Symptoms at the Source


Knocked-Out Tooth

A tooth that has been dislodged or knocked-out requires immediate attention for there to be a possibility of saving it. If you’ve experienced a knocked-out tooth, put the tooth back in the socket if possible and keep it secure until you reach our office. Otherwise, leave the tooth in milk to preserve it for longer. We can generally save your tooth if we can treat it within 30 minutes of the incident.


Persistent Toothache

Tooth pain that will not resolve is often a sign that infection is present, generally inside your tooth or in the pulp chamber. A filling may be all that’s needed. However, severe tooth sensitivity or sharp pain during eating can also signify an emergency dentistry situation involving your tooth root. These cases generally require a root canal to relieve your painful toothache.


Broken Tooth

Any painful damage of a tooth should be addressed immediately to avoid more serious problems. Minor cracks and chips can wait, but if you have a fractured or broken tooth, you can experience more than acute tooth pain. Damage may be present inside your tooth and will need immediate care from our emergency dentist in Fremont and Santa Clara, CA. Depending on the severity of the fracture or break, you may need a filling, dental crown, or root canal therapy. If your dental injury is more severe, an emergency tooth extraction may be needed.


Tooth Abscess

A tooth infection from decay, injury, or past dental work can sometimes lead to an abscess that forms at the base of the tooth root. To eliminate pain and infection, an emergency root canal is generally needed that removes damaged pulp inside the tooth.


Dry Socket

With a tooth extraction comes the risk of a dry socket, when the blood clot becomes dislodged and exposes the underlying bone and nerves. To remedy associated pain and minimize the risk of infection, immediate care is needed to clean and protect the vulnerable area.

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All Your Dental Emergency Needs Met Here

At You Smile Dental, our state-of-the-art treatment rooms are fully equipped with modern dental technology to keep you comfortable. These tools help us accurately and quickly diagnose any problems and provide the necessary emergency dentistry you need in Fremont and Santa Clara, CA. Our facilities and equipment remain compliant with current safety standards, including strict sterilization guidelines for your safety, health, and peace of mind. To ease any anxiety during your visit, you have access to calming sedation dentistry that will also ease your tooth pain. Making you comfortable and helping you relieve dental pain are always our top priorities.

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Dental Emergency or Medical Emergency?

PLEASE NOTE: If you’re experiencing head or neck pain, are bleeding uncontrollably, are feeling dizzy, or have suffered severe trauma, please seek immediate medical attention by calling 911 or going to the nearest medical facility. Medical personnel are best equipped to assist you with symptoms such as these.

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