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In spite of one taking good care of their mouth and teeth, things happen. It is easy, for example, to bite into a bone (chicken or otherwise) and break a tooth, or have one or more teeth loosened, broken or knocked out in an accident or altercation (dental extrusion).

When you have a dental emergency, whether pain, a broken tooth, or a filling which popped out, we’re here for you. 24/7. It is important to be proactive and seek help sooner than later. Otherwise, not only may you be in pain, but you are susceptible to an infection which can lead to many serious health issues.

If the issue is a life-threatening emergency, call 911. 

Otherwise, call us at 

(805) 983-0717, and if it’s after hours our service will get a hold of us and we will call you and schedule an urgent care appointment.

While you are awaiting your appointment, here are some self-care suggestions which can help reduce pain and the possibility of infection.

  • If your tooth has been knocked out, clean it gently in warm water, removing any dirt or tissue. Store the tooth in milk and schedule a dental appointment within the hour.

  • Rinse your mouth with warm water to remove dirt or excess tissue.

  • If you experience swelling or other facial trauma, apply a cold compress to the area.

  • DO NOT TAKE ASPIRIN. Aspirin is an anti-coagulate and can lead to excess bleeding. If you are in pain, take acetaminophen (like Tylenol).

Immediate treatment of broken teeth, dental extrusions, or when a filling has popped out, can help reduce pain and prevent more serious dental infections and diseases.

Dental Health Pages
  • Crowns (Same Day)
  • Cavities & Fillings  
  • Bridges  
  • Partial Dentures  

  • Full Dentures

Pain Management    

  • Sleep Sedation (IV)

  • Laughing Gas

  • Intramuscular Sedation (IV)

  • Oral Sedation

  • Lidocaine Injections


  • All-on-X

  • Single Tooth Implants

  • Multiple Teeth Implants

  • Implant Supported Dentures

  • Bone Grafting

Cosmetic Dentistry

  • Teeth Whitening

  • Clear Alingers

  • Veneers

  • Bonding & Contouring

Prevention: Routine Exams

  • Deep Cleanings, Laser  Therapy & Anti-Bacterial Therapy

  • Semi-Annual Check Ups

  • Dental CT Scans & X-Rays   

  • Professional Regular Cleanings      


  • Root Canals

Oral Surgery    

  • Extractions

  • Wisdom Teeth   

  • Bone Grafting


  • Traditional Braces

  • Clear Aligners

  • Crowding

Dental Self Care  

  • Flossing

  • Brushing   

  • Rinsing

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