Find relief with urgent dental care in Montville, NJ
While routine dental visits are crucial to your oral health, there are some instances where you can’t wait for treatment. If you need urgent dental care, contact Ferrari Dental in Montville, NJ, to set up an appointment, and we’ll provide instructions for how you can care for your issue until you make it into the office.
Pain and sensitivity
While some minor pain and sensitivity in your tooth may be normal, recurring pain is likely a sign of a serious infection that needs prompt treatment. Contact our office immediately for severe tooth pain, and Dr. Ferrari can find the source of the pain and plan an intervention to get you relief as soon as possible.
Trauma or lost teeth
If you have a cracked tooth or one or more of your teeth falls out, it may not be too late to save them. Dr. Ferrari will provide instructions for how to preserve your teeth, and once you’re in the office, he can provide you with several options for maintaining your teeth or replacing them with prosthetics.
Damaged or missing restorations
If one of your fillings falls out, or you have a cracked crown or other restoration, you need treatment as soon as possible to prevent infection or further damage to your teeth. Dr. Ferrari can replace missing fillings and prepare temporary restorations to seal out bacteria while you wait for permanent replacements.
Follow up care Most emergency dental care will require you to schedule follow up appointments to address the cause of your issues. Dr. Ferrari and our team will work with you to form a treatment plan to address tooth decay and gum disease that can contribute to pain and sensitivity and cause tooth loss so we can restore your oral health and preserve your teeth for as long as possible. If you regularly play sports that can cause trauma to your teeth, Dr. Ferrari can provide a custom-fitted guard to minimize the damage from jaw injuries. Contact our office in Montville, NJ, today at (973) 314-8850 to get relief for urgent issues.
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