A dental emergency can be frightening for children and adults alike, so partnering with a dental team that offers prompt treatment in a friendly, welcoming environment provides peace of mind to everyone. The team at Dental Kidz Club understands how important it is to treat serious dental problems as soon as possible, which is why they have emergency dentistry appointments available when you need them most at their five locations in Perris, Brea, Corona, Covina, Ontario, and Riverside, California. If you have a pediatric dental emergency, call the practice today.
Emergency dentistry is different from a routine appointment or even a non-emergency in that it provides immediate treatment to prevent a dental problem from getting worse or address an urgent issue. Unlike with a routine checkup or minor issue, if your child has an emergency, you can't afford to wait 24-48 hours before your dentist can see you.
The team at Dental Kidz Club recognizes the importance of delivering prompt care to minimize the impact of the problem and ease any discomfort your child is feeling.
If you think your child needs emergency dental care, call the team right away. They offer advice over the phone and provide you with practical care instructions to follow until you arrive at the office.
Dental issues in children can cause long-term problems if missed or ignored. But how do you tell the difference between normal tooth development and a cause for concern? The team at Dental Kidz Club encourages parents or guardians to bring their child in for an emergency dental appointment if the child experiences any of the following:
If your child's mouth pain is caused by a head injury or trauma to the face, Dental Kidz Club advises that you take them to an emergency room or urgent care facility to get checked over before making an appointment — even if there's noticeable damage to your child's mouth.
If your child needs emergency dentistry, there are several things you can do to prepare ahead of their appointment, such as:
If your child is in a lot of pain, it may be fine for them to take a pain reliever, but check with Dental Kidz Club first to make sure it won’t affect what treatment they can receive. The team at Dental Kidz Clubs makes your child's dental health their priority. If you have any concerns about unusual mouth pain or appearance, call the practice to make an appointment.