In the event of a dental emergency contact
Claremont Dental Institute at (909) 277-6919.
Claremont Dental Institute offers over 25 years of emergency dental care experience. Our dentists are highly skilled and have advanced training in restorative dental procedures. Our state of the art dental institute is equipped with the technology and tools we need to restore your smile as soon as possible.
We offer emergency dental care to existing and new patients in Upland, Rancho Cucamonga, La Verne, San Dimas, Claremont, and surrounding communities.
We help patients care for their dental emergency efficiently and compassionately all under one roof. We offer tooth extractions, root canal therapy, laser dentistry, drill-free dental fillings, and in-house imaging technology for highly accurate dental restorations. If you are experiencing a dental emergency but suffer from fear of the dentist, Claremont Dental Institute offers sedation dentistry options for your optimal comfort. Ask about your sedation options.
What is a dental emergency?
Are you unsure if you are experiencing a dental emergency?
If you are experiencing sharp, shooting pain, have had a tooth knocked loose or out, or have a broken or damaged dental restoration, you may be experiencing a dental emergency. While care may not be immediately necessary, it is important to seek professional dental help as soon as you can.
Treating a dental emergency promptly can allow for more conservative treatment options and prevent further damage to your smile. Call our office right away if you are having a dental emergency. Our highly trained front desk staff can often help talk you through what to do.
Tooth or Jaw Pain
If you are experiencing sharp or shooting pain in your tooth our jaw call your dentist. Pain is commonly caused by tooth decay or a root canal infection but in rare cases is created by an abscess. Prompt treatment can help prevent further dental issues and will help to relieve your discomfort.
Lost or Damaged Tooth
If your tooth gets knocked out in a sports injury or accident remain calm and call our Claremont dentist office. You can apply a clean, damp cloth to the site of the lost tooth to stop any bleeding. If you can locate the tooth handle it only by the crown (top of the tooth) and try to allow the root structure to remain attached. Place the tooth in a glass of milk or your own saliva. Bring the tooth with you to the dentist. The tooth may be able to be saved if attended to within a few hours.
Broken Dental Crown
If a dental crown, filling or other dental restoration breaks, becomes loose or falls out, it is essential to visit the dentist as soon as possible. Ignoring the issue can lead to infection and even tooth loss. If you can locate the restoration bring the piece with you to the dentist. NEVER attempt to reattach the filling or crown by yourself.