Emergency Dentistry


Emergency Dentistry

Our office provides emergency dental care. Call our office so we can instruct you how to proceed if you have experienced a dental emergency. It is important to act efficiently in order to preserve a knock-out tooth or properly fix the damage that has been done to the mouth. 

Depending on the severity your treatment plan will vary. If you are unsure if you have a dental emergency or not, you should call 911. Dental emergencies can happen anytime, that is why our office provides emergency dental services.

If you have a tooth knocked out, chipped, cracked, broken, etc., and there are no other injuries to the body or excessive bleeding, your dentist can set a time for you to come in.

Issues such as infections, swelling, and abscesses can cause serious damage if you delay getting treatment.


Cracked Teeth

A cracked tooth can happen for a number of reasons such as:

  • Grinding teeth
  • Clenching teeth
  • Hard foods
  • Using your teeth as a tool, such as opening a bottle
  • Impact on the face


Fallen Out Tooth

If your tooth gets knocked out, please use the following steps:

  • Gently rinse the tooth to remove any dirt or debris, do not scrub the tooth
  • Keep the tooth moist by placing it in a glass of milk, or if you can, gently put it back into the socket, or keep it in your mouth between your jaw and cheek
  • Place cloth on the wound to control the bleeding


Call your dentist in Indianapolis immediately or go to the emergency room, our office is here to help! Please reach out to us if you have any questions or concerns.


Tenth Street Family Dental
6919 E. 10th Street, Suite A1
Indianapolis, IN 46219
Phone: 317-358-8885
Fax: (317) 358-8886

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