Emergency Dentist in Bowling Green

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or extreme pain? We can help!

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what is

a dental emergency?

A tooth that has been knocked-out
Extreme pain or excessive bleeding
Past dental work that has become loose or fallen out

WHAT SHOULD I DO IF MY TOOTH HAS BEEN KNOCKED OUT?

The most important thing to do if your tooth has been knocked out is to remain calm. It’s also very important to get treatment as soon as possible in order to save your tooth. Give us a call immediately to schedule a same-day appointment

While you wait for your appointment, make sure you only handle the knocked-out tooth by its chewing surface instead of the root. Also, keep the tooth in a cup filled with saliva or milk as this will help keep root surface cells intact. You can also keep your tooth in your mouth between your gums and cheek. Bring your tooth with you to your appointment aill do his best to save it.

DO YOU HAVE SAME-DAY APPOINTMENTS?

Yes! Dr. Packard and the Precision Dental team are dedicated to providing quality, compassionate dental care for patients in Bowling Green. If you’re experiencing a dental emergency, we want to help. Our team is standing by to get you out of pain with efficient treatment that will restore your smile and your health. Call us or visit our office to get same-day dental care.

WHAT ARE MY FINANCING OPTIONS?

At, we don’t think money should ever come between you and your dental health, especially in emergencies. We offer resources for our patients to help keep care at a cost you are comfortable with. We are in-network with a wide range of insurances and we offer financing options for patients who do not have dental insurance. Call us or visit our office to learn more from our compassionate staff about how we work to keep our quality care affordable.

DO YOU HAVE SAME-DAY APPOINTMENTS?

Yes! Dr. Packard and the Precision Dental team are dedicated to providing quality, compassionate dental care for patients in Bowling Green. If you’re experiencing a dental emergency, we want to help. Our team is standing by to get you out of pain with efficient treatment that will restore your smile and your health. Call us or visit our office to get same-day dental care.

What Should I Do If I Have A Toothache?

If you have a toothache, this is usually an indication of a serious cavity or an infected tooth. As your enamel is worn away by decay, the vulnerable pulp on the inside of your tooth will become exposed to oral bacteria. If the pulp becomes infected, it can cause serious pain.

Whether your toothache is caused by a cavity or your tooth has become infected, it’s important to come Precision Dental right away for help. We offer restorative treatments such as fillings, dental crowns, and root canal therapy to repair your tooth and prevent further complications.

WHAT SHOULD I DO IF MY TOOTH HAS BEEN KNOCKED OUT?

The most important thing to do if your tooth has been knocked out is to remain calm. It’s also very important to get treatment as soon as possible in order to save your tooth. Give us a call immediately to schedule a same-day appointment

While you wait for your appointment, make sure you only handle the knocked-out tooth by its chewing surface instead of the root. Also, keep the tooth in a cup filled with saliva or milk as this will help keep root surface cells intact. You can also keep your tooth in your mouth between your gums and cheek. Bring your tooth with you to your appointment Dr. Packard will do his best to save it.

What Should I Do If I Have A Loose Filling Or Crown?

A loose filling or crown is a serious dental emergency. If your dental work comes loose or is pulled-out while eating sticky or gummy food, your tooth will be very vulnerable to damage. The enamel could decay, causing a cavity or tooth infection. Getting your filling or crown replaced ASAP is critical, so contact us for an emergency appointment as quickly as possible.

What Should I Do If I Damage Or Chip My Crown, Veneer, Or Bonded Tooth?

A cracked or broken bonded tooth, crown, or veneer should be treated right away. If the damage is deep enough, the underlying tooth could also be damaged, so it is important to have the damaged tooth assessed by a dentist. It may be more than just cosmetic!

A minor chip in a crown, veneer or a bonded tooth is not an extremely serious emergency, but should still be treated quickly. This is because a chipped crown, veneer or bonded tooth can be very sharp and cut your mouth, and can make it uncomfortable to chew and bite.

What Should I Do If My Gums Are Bleeding?

If your gums are bleeding due to an oral injury and the bleeding has not stopped within an hour or two, come to see Dr. Packard right away. The lacerations to your gums may require stitches to ensure that they heal properly.

If your gums are bleeding a lot when you brush or floss your teeth, or they seem to be bleeding for no reason, you may have an advanced case of gum disease. Call today and come in for an emergency visit to get the care you need.

What Should I Do If My Tooth Is Chipped, Cracked Or Broken?

Cracked, chipped or broken teeth can happen due to grinding, accidentally biting a non-food object or a very hard piece of food, from using your teeth as tools to open packages, or from dental trauma from an oral injury.

Regardless of the cause of your broken tooth, it is critical to see a dentist right away. Even if the crack or chip does not look bad, it may be more extensive than it looks, and could cause complications like an infection, so contact Precision Dental for a same-day appointment right away.

WHAT ARE MY FINANCING OPTIONS?

At, we don’t think money should ever come between you and your dental health, especially in emergencies. We offer resources for our patients to help keep care at a cost you are comfortable with. We are in-network with a wide range of insurances and we offer financing options for patients who do not have dental insurance. Call us or visit our office to learn more from our compassionate staff about how we work to keep our quality care affordable.

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