Dental Emergencies in Hamburg Lexington Require Fast, Skilled Care
Call Beaumont Family Dentistry now at 859-554-1612 if you’re in pain or your smile is at risk. We’ll get you into our office quickly for any kind of dental emergencies – the same day if possible. Our Hamburg Lexington dentists are always ready to help our patient family with expert treatment. When a dental crisis strikes, we will:
- Assess the condition of your mouth and stop your pain. Sedation is always available if needed.
- Address your most urgent dental concern to prevent further damage.
- Advise you on any needed repair to restore your smile and bite.
- Answer any questions you have about your emergency or oral care in general.
Count on the Hamburg Lexington crew when your smile needs help! Call us now for an emergency appointment: 859-554-1612. Our address is 2408 Sir Barton Way, Suite 225 – just down the road from Walmart and Lowe’s.
You’ll Smile Again Soon
Our team wants to help you enjoy a pain-free mouth, an attractive smile, and the best oral health possible. When you or a loved one is faced with a dental crisis (and they will happen), turn to us for fast help. Call us immediately at 859-554-1612 to speak to a member of our staff. We keep emergency slots open in our schedule, so many times we can fit you in the same day.
If your emergency occurs on the weekend or after hours, call the number on our answering machine. We always have a dentist on call who will be happy to talk to you. They will advise you on the proper steps to take before your appointment. To help protect your smile and reduce your discomfort, carefully follow any directions they give you.
Be sure to arrive on time for your appointment. Your smile and oral health depend on getting professional dental care. We’ll examine your teeth, gums, and tissues to determine the best treatment for your situation. You’ll feel like yourself in no time!
Count on the Central Kentucky Smile Experts
Dr. Takacs has seen it all over her 35 years of dental practice. There’s no problem she and her team can’t handle. Here are some types of dental emergencies we routinely treat:
- Abscessed tooth
- Loose or knocked-out tooth
- Chipped or broken tooth
- Broken dental appliance
- Swelling or bleeding
- Soft tissue damage (tongue, gums, and cheek)