Emergency Dental Care Toms River & Manchester, New Jersey (NJ) - Atlantic Dental

171 Route 37 E, Toms River, NJ          732 - 557 - 5500  

Atlantic Dental PC CTA Tooth ache

Do you have a severe toothache or dental emergency? No problem! Our highly qualified team is here for you when you need us most. To meet your unexpected and unique needs, we offer a Lifetime Treatment Plan. This innovative plan will minimize the risk of emergency treatment.

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A toothache can be caused by a wide variety of problems. Your teeth can be aggravated by a number of things, including by

trapped debris.


You may be able to resolve the problem by thoroughly rinsing your mouth.


Has your child's tooth been knocked loose? Don't worry!


If your child’s primary tooth has been loosened by an injury, encourage your child to bite down on an apple or piece of caramel.


The tooth will usually separate from the gum easily. If you have any questions, concerns, or would like to schedule an appointment, contact our office immediately.


Visit us today at :

171 Route 37 E.

Toms River, NJ 08753

Do you have a toothache?

Broken, fractured, or displaced tooth:

Although breaking or displacing a tooth can be scary, there is no need for you to be alarmed.


If your tooth has been knocked out, try to place it back in the socket and contact us to schedule an emergency appointment. Rinse any blood or debris from your mouth and keep a cold compress on the cheek near the injury to reduce swelling.


If you can’t get the tooth back into the socket, hold the dislocated tooth by the crown and place it in a container of saliva, warm milk, or saline. Bring it with you to our office.


If your tooth has been fractured, rinse it with warm water and apply a cold compress. Ibuprofen may be used to minimize swelling. If the damage is minor, we’ll send it or restore it.

Is your tooth broken or fractured?

If you or your child has experienced a dental emergency, the most important thing, you can do is stay calm. Apply a cold compress to reduce swelling and contact our office immediately.

What should you do during a dental emergency?

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