Dr. Sprott graduated from Meharry Medical College, School of Dentistry, in Nashville, Tennessee. Dr. Sprott specializes in Cosmetic Dentistry but is also well trained and skilled in Endodontics, Orthodontics, Implantology and Prosthodontics. She is an active member of the American Orthodontic Society and performs traditional orthodontics and clear aligner therapy with Invisalign and Clear Correct therapies.

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Emergency Dentist Pasadena, TX

You may have experienced multiple dental problems that make you feel very uncomfortable. These problems also tend to be painful and inconvenient. Thus, it is significant to contact an emergency dentist so that you get your dental problems treated as soon as possible.

Get expert treatment from our emergency dentists at The Florida Center for Laser Dentistry. Call us at (727) 836-0718 for more details.

When Should You Visit an Emergency Dentist?

You might be wondering the exact difference between an emergency dentist and a general dentist. Let us make you understand the difference between the two.

Emergency dentists are those that provide you immediate dental care, whereas general dentists are the ones who tend to check you during regular appointments.

Emergency Dentists take care of unexpected or sudden dental problems that involve visible damage or pain caused by abscesses or tooth decay. They can also treat other dental problems caused due to loss of a tooth, injury from an accident, severe tooth pain, noticeable wounds on your cheeks and tongue, swelling, bleeding, or losing fillings or crowns.

Though the severity of the pain might vary, it is advisable to visit an emergency dentist as soon as possible.

Things to Keep in Mind Before Visiting an Emergency Dentist

If you feel an urgent need to visit a dentist, schedule an appointment or walk into the emergency dentist’s office as fast as possible. However, you can treat dental problems at home until you get to your dentist. For instance, in severe pain, you can have painkillers or acetaminophen over aspirin to reduce pain. If both are not available at home, add a tablespoon of salt in hot water and gargle for a few minutes. It keeps the fluids from getting accumulated from the gums and minimizes the chances of irritation.

Moreover, in case of a broken tooth due to injury, you can rinse it precisely and try to fix it to the socket until you get to the dentist to fix it. Ensure to follow the proper instructions you tend to get from your emergency dentist on call.

Reduce the Visit to Your Emergency Dentist

It is advisable to follow the instruction to avoid visiting your emergency dentist:

● Brush and floss regularly to eliminate plaque from the teeth. Plaque accumulation can lead to cavities or tooth decay.

● Use a mouthwash to eliminate bacteria buildup that can be a cause of severe toothache.

● Use mouthguards wherever required. Mouthguards can prevent your teeth from being injured severely.

● Visit your dentist for routine dental checkups or as and when needed.

Please reach out to our dental practice in Pasadena, TX, to have a consultation with our dentist, Dr. Sprott. Please call us at (281) 991-6530 or schedule an online consultation, and we’ll guide you further.


6429 Fairmont Pkwy Ste # 101, Pasadena, TX 77505

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Email: radiantdentalcarepasadena@gmail.com

Phone: (281) 991-6530