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No one knows when an emergency will happen, but it’s important to know what to do when one occurs. As your emergency dentist in Independence, Dr. Garner has helped patients through countless urgent situations. By choosing Justin Garner Dentistry for your emergency needs, you can:
Don’t wait to get your smile back! If you’re experiencing an emergency, call us ASAP at 816-208-8327 for an appointment.
Even when you’re careful, emergencies happen! Not sure if something is an emergency? If you’re in pain, you need help right away. Below are some of the more common situations we handle and actions you can take until you get here:
While we always try to save your tooth whenever possible, removal can be necessary to protect other healthy teeth. Dr. Garner can safely perform your extraction to restore the health of your smile. After your mouth has healed, he will restore the missing tooth. You may benefit from dental implants for a stronger bite and better jawbone health.
We know how alarming it is to experience an emergency. Your emergency dentist in Independence can help you stay calm and get out of pain fast. For immediate help, call 816-208-8327 for an appointment. For non-emergency needs, you can request an appointment online.
Over his career, Dr. Garner has helped patients through almost every type of dental emergency imaginable. He is experienced and knowledgeable in a wide array of treatments and can handle your situation as well. We look forward to serving you in your hour of need so you can feel better soon.
When you come to us for your emergency, you can expect quick, skilled treatment to get your smile back in shape. Our first priority will be to stop your dental pain so you can relax. Dr. Garner will perform an emergency exam and possibly take X-rays to determine what is causing your pain and what needs to be done to correct it. He’ll always discuss your options for care.
If you are in severe pain, that qualifies as an emergency, regardless of the underlying cause. However, some common dental emergencies include a dislodged tooth, broken teeth, mouth trauma, cuts to your gums, advanced infections, painful cavities, and more. You don’t need to remember the list, just the place you’ll want to go to – which is right here!