Emergency Dentist

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The Smile Center
Rating : 5 Emergency Dentist Buffalo NY - 5 Star reviews by Joy R.


I had a serious emergency and was welcomed into this kind Dental office the same day. Everybody is so kind and helpful. This staff is awesome and I would tell all my friends about the Smile Center and Dr. Kent's staff. This is my Dental office for the rest of my life and also my family's. Great job.
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Do you need emergency dental care?
We understand that emergencies don’t wait until the next available appointment during regular business hours. When the unexpected happens at the worst possible moment, don’t despair. At the Smile Center, we are here when you need us! We provide emergency dental care for all of our patients of record, 24 hours a day. Call us when

  • You have a broken tooth
  • Sudden mouth pain occurs
  • An accident or injury damages your teeth
  • A denture, partial, or other appliance breaks
  • A filling, bridge, crown or other fixed restoration comes out
  • You have a tooth knocked out
  • Any other kind of dental emergency occurs
What to do in a dental emergency
  • Call the Smile Center right away. Our phones are covered 24/7 by a live person, who can help you. We don’t use an answering service.
  • Follow advice closely. When you call our emergency care line, you will be given instructions specific to your situation.
  • Save the pieces. Whenever possible, keep any part of broken teeth or appliances, and bring them to the office with you.
  • Don’t cut wires. If braces are damaged, and the wire is abrading soft tissues, try to reposition it. Alternately, use dental wax or a small piece of gauze to cover it temporarily. Attempting to trim the wire can result in fragments entering your lungs or being swallowed.
  • Choose painkillers carefully. An over the counter painkiller, such as ibuprofen, can help keep you comfortable until you make it to our office. Do not take aspirin – it increases bleeding, and should be avoided for at least three days before any dental visit or surgery.
  • Eat and drink carefully. Avoid sugary or hard foods, and chew on the opposite side of your mouth. Avoid extremely hot or cold beverages.
Our goal is to keep your smile beautiful, healthy, and pain-free at all times. You aren’t alone in any kind of dental emergency. Call the Smile Center – we are here for you.
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