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Why People 🧡 Smile Dental

Lauren Laws
First time here and I'm so glad I trusted all the positive reviews. Incredibly friendly staff and clean up to date office. Great dentists are hard to come by and I finally found one.
Pamela Moore
The staff is caring and compassionate!! The doc is amazing!! Showed patience with my mother and took her time to show me exactly what she was explaining. A great office!!
Alma Lara
I've been coming here for over 10 years, there is a new dentist from when I was young but the work they do is just as amazing. Now that I have a child this is the dentist office he will be going to, hopefully for years to come. Excellent service and quality of work, everyone is so knowledgeable. They will do what they can to make sure you are taken care of.
Michelle Orpilla
Doctor is professional, informative, and does great work . Great staff as well , I’ve been getting my cleaning done since November, with no complaints or complications what so ever. My Gums have definitely improved since my first visit. I would highly recommend this place to friends and family.
Estela Del Real
Excellent service. The staff is very friendly and helpful especially Nicole, Kelsey, the receptionist, and Tara. Nicole had amazing energy and made the x-ray portion of my visit enjoyable. Best dental office I’ve been to in town. Highly recommend.
DeAnna Tiffany
I am 59 years young, I’ve been afraid of the dentist all my life, the smell and the sound of the drill freaked me out but Smile Dental has been amazing, has taken away my fear, great dentist , great staff, great place, definitely recommend Smile Dental!!
Veronica Cornejo
My children have been coming here since they were little! We love it! The receptionists are amazing always smiling and very friendly. They send me text messages to remind me of appointments and call me the day before to confirm. The dental assistants are friendly and give me feed back of their visits. The dentist answer any of my questions and concerns. My children really enjoy coming to their appointments.
Andrew Le
Excellent kind and friendly staff. The dentist was very thorough and professional. Took the time to explain what was the cause of the tooth issues. Staff walked me through the treatment options as well. I did not feel pressured by them to do anything and allowed me to take the time to decide. Have been going here for the last two years and very happy with my dental care
Christy Burgeño-Riggs
I. Dislike. The. Dentist. That being said, this office is by far the best to put me at ease while taking care of my needs. Staff is great, go above and beyond to sort through shady insurance issues, make sure that my family stays current with their oral health needs. Love the doc, she's friendly, meticulous, and competent.

Fast, Friendly Urgent Dental Care

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What is Emergency Dentistry?

Signs of a Dental Emergency

  • Severe pain that arises suddenly
  • Excessive bleeding from the mouth
  • Adult teeth becoming loose
  • Swelling of the gums or face
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Handling a Dental Emergency

  • Preserve a Knocked-out Tooth: Keep the tooth moist by placing it in your mouth between your cheek and gum or immerse it in milk. This helps maintain the tooth's viability until you reach our office.
  • Cracked Tooth: Rinse the cracked tooth with warm water as soon as possible to remove any debris. This aids in preventing infection and prepares the tooth for treatment upon your arrival.
  • Reduce Swelling: Apply a cold compress to your face in the affected area to help minimize swelling and alleviate discomfort.
  • Remove Food Debris: Gently floss to dislodge any food particles that may be trapped between your teeth, causing pain or further damage.
  • Avoid Aspirin: Refrain from placing aspirin directly on painful tissues, as it can lead to chemical burns.
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How We Treat Dental Emergencies

  • Chipped Tooth Repair: Severe chipped or cracked teeth can be excruciating and require immediate attention. Our skilled dentists employ advanced techniques to repair and restore your damaged tooth, alleviating pain and ensuring optimal oral health.
  • Crowns: In some cases, a dental crown may be necessary to protect and strengthen a damaged tooth. Our expert dentists create custom crowns that blend seamlessly with your natural teeth, providing long-lasting functionality and aesthetics.
  • Extractions: When a tooth becomes severely decayed, damaged, or infected, extraction may be the best course of action to preserve your overall oral health. Our compassionate dentists perform extractions with precision and care, ensuring minimal discomfort and optimal healing.
  • Wisdom Tooth Removals: Wisdom teeth can often cause pain, overcrowding, or other complications. Our experienced team is proficient in performing wisdom tooth removals, utilizing gentle techniques to alleviate discomfort and prevent future oral health issues.
  • Root Canals: If you're suffering from severe tooth pain or an abscess, a root canal may be necessary to save your tooth. Our skilled dentists utilize advanced technology and techniques to perform root canals with precision, effectively removing infection and restoring your oral health.

Meet Our Friendly Smile Experts

Dr. Kim

Dr. Eugenie Kim

Hygienist Kelsey Tidwell

Kelsey Tidwell

We are your one-stop destination for your family’s dental care! Our office serves children, teens, adults, and those with special healthcare needs. No matter what brings you to our office, we want to make sure you leave with a smile you can be proud of!
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Trusted Dental Professionals

We have assembled a compassionate team of dental professionals who are dedicated to forming strong, long-term relationships with our patients. In fact, 95% of our new patients are referred to us by existing patients who trust us for their dental care!

Advanced Dental Technologies

We are proud to offer state-of-the-art diagnostic and treatment services using the latest dental technologies. Our commitment to staying at the forefront of dental advancements ensures that you receive the most advanced and effective care available.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How quickly can I expect to be seen for a dental emergency?

At Smile Dental, we prioritize dental emergencies and strive to see patients as soon as possible. We reserve dedicated time in our schedule for emergency cases, ensuring prompt attention and care. Contact us immediately, and our compassionate team will work to accommodate you at your earliest convenience.

Should I call my dentist for guidance if I'm unsure if it's a dental emergency?

Yes, if you're unsure whether your situation qualifies as a dental emergency, it's recommended to call your dentist for guidance. They can assess your symptoms over the phone and advise you on the best course of action, whether it's scheduling an emergency appointment or providing home care instructions.

Can I prevent dental emergencies?

While some dental emergencies are unavoidable, you can take precautions to reduce the risk. Wear mouthguards during sports activities, avoid chewing hard foods or ice, maintain good oral hygiene, and visit your dentist regularly for check-ups and preventive care.

How can I manage dental pain at home before seeing an emergency dentist?

To manage dental pain at home, you can take over-the-counter pain relievers following the recommended dosage. Applying a cold compress to the affected area can help reduce swelling and alleviate discomfort temporarily. However, these measures are temporary solutions, and it's crucial to visit an emergency dentist for proper diagnosis and treatment.

Can I go to an emergency room for a dental emergency?

While an emergency room can provide initial care and pain management for dental emergencies, it's essential to visit a dentist for specialized dental treatment. Dentists have the necessary expertise and equipment to diagnose and treat dental emergencies effectively.

Is severe tooth pain considered a dental emergency?

Severe tooth pain can be an indication of a dental emergency, especially if it is persistent and affects your daily activities. It may be caused by an abscess, infection, or other underlying dental issues. It's important to seek immediate dental care to address the pain and prevent further complications.

What should I do if I have a knocked-out tooth?

If you have a knocked-out tooth, handle it carefully by the crown (top part) and avoid touching the root. Try to reinsert the tooth back into its socket, if possible. If not, keep the tooth moist by placing it in milk or keeping it in your mouth between your cheek and gums. Contact an emergency dentist immediately for further guidance.

What are common dental emergencies?

Common dental emergencies include severely chipped or cracked teeth, knocked-out teeth, tooth abscesses, severe toothaches, broken dental restorations (such as crowns or fillings), and injuries to the soft tissues of the mouth.

How can I differentiate between a dental emergency and regular dental care?

Dental emergencies often exhibit sudden and severe symptoms such as excruciating pain, excessive bleeding, loose teeth, or swelling in the gums or face. If you experience these symptoms, it is best to seek emergency dental care. If you're unsure, it's recommended to contact a dental professional for guidance.

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