Count on Our Expertise For Your San Antonio Dental Emergencies
When your mouth is hurting and your teeth are driving you crazy, call Miner Dental at (210) 610-8505. We keep emergency slots open in our schedule, so we’ll try to see you the same day if at all possible. Our quick care for San Antonio dental emergencies will help you feel better and get your smile back in shape. You can rely on Dr. Miner and our team to:
- Stop your dental pain and help you relax. Inhaled sedation with laughing gas is available if needed.
- Repair your immediate problem and advise you on other treatments needed for the long-term health or improvement of your smile.
- Offer you comforting amenities such as neck and leg pillows, warm blankets, massage chairs, scented face towels, and noise-canceling headphones.
Call (210) 610-8505 now if your smile needs repair. We’re ready to help with any emergency situation. Our address is 1100 Northwest Loop 410, Suite 825 – convenient to many businesses, restaurants, and professional offices you probably already visit.
Keep Your Smile Flawless With Urgent Dental Care
When you call us with a dental crisis, we’ll get you into our office the same day in most cases. If you’re an established patient facing a true dental emergency, call Dr. Miner’s cell phone number and he will come to the office to tend to your smile. Below are a few types of emergencies that we routinely help our patients through, along with critical steps to take before your appointment:
- Missing Filling – Put a small amount of dental cement or sugar-free gum where the filling was. This temporary measure will protect the area until you can get into our office.
- Knocked-Out Tooth – Call us as soon as possible. Pick up the tooth but be careful not to touch the roots. Place it in a container of milk or salt water to help preserve it, then bring it to your appointment. Ice will help with any pain or swelling.
- Toothache – A hurting tooth could indicate a serious problem, such as an abscess. Come in for an appointment as soon as possible. In the meantime, rinse your mouth with warm water and use an ice pack to help with any swelling.
- Loose or Broken Crown – Try to put the crown back into place using a thin layer of dental cement or toothpaste on the inside surface. If that’s not possible, bring the crown with you to your appointment.
- Broken Tooth – Pick up any pieces of broken tooth if you can. Use an ice pack to help with the swelling and pain until you can come to our office.