We know that sometimes dental emergencies happen at the most inopportune times, and the pain of an infection or toothache can be almost unbearable. Thankfully, your Granbury dentist at Lakeview Dental proudly offers emergency dental care, whether you are a patient of our office or not. We make room in our schedule every day to accommodate emergency appointments, and our doctors are on call after hours in case of emergencies. We’re here for you when you need us!
Call our office for more information! 817-385-1925
Complimentary Exam & X-ray for Emergency Visits
If you have had a tooth knocked out or had other dental trauma, quick thinking and staying calm are key to approaching these dental emergencies and preventing the opportunity for additional damage. We recommend applying a cold compress to reduce any swelling, and calling our office as soon as possible.
- Tooth knocked out
- Broken tooth
- Simple & surgical extractions
- Fever blisters
- Swelling or bleeding
- Signs of infection
If you have a dental emergency, please call us right away at 817-385-1925 so we can assess the situation and provide the quickest and best care possible.
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