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Hunter's Creek Dental Center

Protecting Your Smile
with Same-Day Emergency Dental Care

We understand that some dental issues cannot wait. Hunter's Creek Dental Center offers emergency dental care to attend to urgent matters, and make every effort to work you into our schedule the same day. Our central Orlando, FL, location allows us to provide convenient emergency care to both existing patients as well as those who may be on vacation or new to the area. Regardless of your situation, you can expect to receive high-quality care from Drs. Mohammed Khan and Amber Khan.
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If you have had a tooth knocked out, or if you are suffering from another dental emergency, we are here for you.

Signs You May Require Urgent Care

Typically, the signs that you may need to be seen as soon as possible include: 

  • Bleeding that will not stop
  • A knocked out tooth
  • Significant swelling of the gums, face, or neck
  • Excessive pain 
  • High fever

If you are experiencing these symptoms, it is essential that you contact us or visit an emergency care facility. 

Contact us by phone at (407) 240-1500 if you or a loved one is experiencing emergency symptoms or has suffered dental trauma.

What to Do in the Meantime 

Depending on the type of dental emergency you are experiencing, there are certain steps you can take until you are able to see a doctor: 

Knocked Out Tooth
In case of a loose or knocked-out tooth, it is important to keep the area moist. If you can place the tooth back in the socket, do so. However, if you cannot, hold the tooth by the crown in a glass of milk or saltwater. We will do our best to save the tooth. If it cannot be saved, we offer solutions such as dental implants.
Cracked or Broken Tooth
If your tooth has broken, keep the broken portion moisturized and safe until you arrive at our office. It is essential to avoid biting down in order to prevent further fracturing. We can often restore damaged teeth with solutions such as a dental crown.
Severe Pain
Unbearable oral pain is often the result of a serious dental infection or injury. You can manage the pain by using over-the-counter medication, utilizing ice packs to reduce swelling, and eating only soft foods to prevent unnecessary pressure on the area.

Preventing Dental Emergencies 

There are several precautions you can take to help prevent dental emergencies, including: 

  • Wearing a mouth guard when playing sports 
  • Avoiding chewing on particularly hard objects, foods, or ice 
  • Seek treatment for bruxism or temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorder to help prevent broken teeth
  • Do not use your teeth to cut or open packages

By making a conscious effort to protect your smile, you can prevent chips, cracks, and fractures. It is also important that you undergo recommended dental procedures and attend regular exams to preserve your oral health.  

Seek Professional Care Immediately

Dental emergencies rarely happen at a time that is convenient. Rest assured that we understand that these issues need urgent attention, and we will do everything in our power to provide you with the prompt attention and care you need. Contact us by phone at (407) 240-1500 if you or a loved one is experiencing emergency symptoms or has suffered dental trauma. Our compassionate team can arrange to provide care as soon as possible.

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Orlando Office

3924 Town Center Blvd
Orlando, FL 32837

Open Today 9:00am - 5:00pm

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