MENU

CALL

CALL TO MAKE AN APPOINTMENT 980-245-5779

Charlotte Emergency Dental
4010 Park Road
Charlotte, NC 28209

SCHEDULE

Dental Emergencies

Emergencies are something which require immediate attention, medical or otherwise. Oral and dental emergencies, need extra attention as in many ways our mouth and our face are one of the most delicate parts of our body and any damage to these parts can also cause significant issues. We discuss about the different kinds of dental emergencies. Toothache – The most common type of oral ailment, toothache can become a source of dread for many. Toothaches can lead to severe pain and discomfort which in turn can led to loss of hunger, concentration and focus as well as make you lethargic in day to...

Soft foods to eat after dental surgeries

More often than not we think the process of chewing and swallowing food to be a trivial process and heed no importance to it, but as they say, the value of some things can only be realized once they are unavailable. On similar lines, we only realize the value of our teeth only when they have some form of damage or have issues. If the teeth are unavailable due to surgery, it can be very difficult for us to chew and gain nourishment. Hence, in such cases, there is a need to have soft food, which does not require much effort from our teeth. But then again, the taste buds have developed an appetite...

Bad Breath

Halitosis, or bad breath, is a thing that is experienced by adults as some point in their lives. In addition to it being a sign of poor oral hygiene or some impeding dental disease, bad breath can have a significant impact on a person’s social life. Bad breath can also be caused by due to problems in the stomach and the digestive system, although the majority of the problems are indeed caused by dental and oral issues. Bad breath is caused due to the decomposition of food particles that get stuck within the mouth, in between the teeth and the gums, which are not removed from the mouth even after...

Dental issues to think about while pregnant

Having a baby can be a wonderful and magical experience for parents, especially the mother. The mother needs to ensure that she is hale and hearty in order to carry the baby safely, as bad health can lead to complications for the mother as well as the baby. Every aspect of the body should be checked to ensure that they are healthy, and that includes the teeth, and in general, oral health too. We discuss about dental issues to think about while pregnant. Ideally, a mother should make an appointment with her dentist as soon as she is pregnant, as it would give her as well as the dentist ample time...

Healthier Enamel for your Teeth

You may have noticed that your teeth are more sensitive. Perhaps there are white spots around your teeth. You may have even tried toothpaste that are supposed to protect your teeth’s enamel, in order to try to keep it from demineralizing. That’s a great first step for healthier enamel for your teeth, but preventative maintenance is just as important. In fact, when your teeth are first showing signs of a weaker enamel, it doesn’t mean that your enamel has already been worn away. It means that your enamel is going through a period of demineralization. This process though, fortunately,...

Finding Emergency Dental Care in Charlotte, North Carolina

Dental Emergencies are not a rare thing anymore. These cases are becoming a norm unfortunately, thanks to so many factors affecting the dental health. With the changing conditions and the countless factors that affect the dental health such as unhealthy dieting habits, our teeth are becoming weaker and more susceptible to dental diseases. This is not something to be taken lightly. Immediate Emergency Dental care is needed if such dental Emergencies come up. With that being said, there are rarely any Dental Clinics who provide emergency treatment especially here in Charlotte, North Carolina. We...

Remedies for a Broken Tooth

When you have a broken tooth, it can be very frustrating to deal with. Your teeth are incredibly strong but thy can easily be chipped, fractured, or even broken. Here at Charlotte Emergency Dental, we are one of the top best dental offices in Charlotte, North Carolina and today in this article we are going to be discussing remedies that you can do at home to fix your broken tooth. Fixing Your Broken Tooth As we said earlier on in this article your teeth are extremely strong but they are not invincible. They can be broken, chipped, and fractured. This can happen by simply biting down on something...

It Is Important to Come to Charlotte Medicaid Dental Offices When Emergencies Pop Up

When you have a dental emergency, we urge you to come to one of the best Charlotte Medicaid dental offices around Charlotte, North Carolina. Here at Charlotte Emergency Dental we care about your and your family and when you have a dental emergency we want you to know that you will be taken care of properly. Today in this article we are going to be discussing dental reasons to visit one of the best Charlotte Medicaid dental offices when you have a dental emergency. Reasons to Visit Charlotte Medicaid Dental Offices If you have a tooth that needs to be removed, that has been knocked out, or if you...

Ways to Tell if Your Oral Injury Needs Stitches

Our mouth consists of very soft, sensitive, and delicate tissues and when we suffer from an oral injury, it can be extremely painful. The soft tissues in your mouth are your tongue, cheeks, gums and your lips. Since these tissues are very delicate when we suffer from an oral injury that’s why the pain can be horrible. Here at Charlotte Emergency Dental we are one of the best dental offices in Charlotte, North Carolina and in this article, we will be discussing if your oral injury will need stitches. Oral Injury Symptoms The tissues in your mouth can be injured by a fall, if you accidently bite...

How Long Do You Keep Pressure on an Oral Injury?

If you or your child has suffered from an injury to the face and it has knocked the tooth out or cracked the tooth and if its bleeding, you will need to keep pressure on an oral injury until the bleeding stops. Depending on what type of oral injury it is, it could take up to 10-15 minutes or longer for the bleeding to stop. Here at Charlotte Emergency Dental, we are one of the best dental offices in Charlotte, North Carolina and we strive to give our patients the best care possible. In this article we will be discussing oral injury’s and if they bleed how long to keep pressure on an oral injury. Keep...