Round Rock Emergency Dentist

When dental emergencies happen, you need to call someone you trust. If the unthinkable occurs and you or a loved one has a dental emergency, Dr. Mysse is available. His office can even make same-day appointments for those who call before 2 p.m.

Emergency Care

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While certain oral problems can wait to be treated, others require immediate attention and treatment. It’s important that you understand the difference between the two, especially when you have a dental emergency during times when dental offices are typically closed. If you think you require an emergency dentist in Round Rock, call Robert J. Mysse, D.D.S. right away. The following oral problems need an emergency dentist:

  • Extremely Painful Toothache and Swelling
  • An Injured Jaw
  • Knocked Out Permanent Teeth
  • Persistent Oral Bleeding

What to Do during Dental Emergencies

Besides contacting our dental office for emergency dental treatment, it’s crucial that you remain calm regardless of your oral problem. When your anxiety levels go up, your body triggers specific responses which could make the situation worse. So, do your best to stay composed while seeking the oral treatment you require.

Don’t delay treating any oral emergencies. Call (512) 310-1500 today.

When treating a dental emergency, Dr. Mysse and his staff perform procedures quickly and skillfully, using gentle methods to alleviate tooth pain and ensure you remain calm and comfortable. He and his dental team are committed to helping protect your natural, beautiful smile as soon as possible.

Dental Emergencies We Treat

At Dr. Robert J. Mysse D.D.S. Family Dentistry, we treat most dental emergencies. These include persistent toothaches, obstructions between teeth, and lost crowns or fillings. We also treat cracked, chipped, broken, or missing teeth.

When a tooth is knocked out, save it and bring it in at the time of your appointment. To preserve the tooth, pick it up by the chewing surface, making sure to not touch the root. Cleanse the tooth with water, but do not scrub it or use soap or chemicals. Store the tooth in a secure container of milk or place it in your mouth between your check and gum while traveling to the office.

If you are unable to make it into the office for immediate treatment, try the following to help alleviate tooth pain:

  • Rinse the mouth with warm water.
  • Use cold compresses to reduce swelling.
  • Use dental floss to remove any obstructions from between teeth or in the gums. Never use sharp instruments.

Contact Us

If you have a dental emergency, contact Round Rock emergency dentist Dr. Robery J. Mysse immediately. Dr. Mysse understand every moment during a dental emergency is important, and his team will make every effort will be made to accommodate you as quickly as possible.