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Oct 5

Emergency Dentist of Miami, Dr. Ricardo Castaneda, Treats All Emergency Dental Issues

Learn what you can do when a dental emergency strikes. Read more below or call Dr. Castaneda at 305-598-6665 to get help quickly!

Is a dental emergency ruining your night or weekend? Did you know that dental emergencies canbe serious and treatment should not be delayed? In fact, studies show that ignoring an emergencydental problem can increase your risk of permanent damage and the need for more extensive(and usually expensive) treatment later on.

Dr. Ricardo Castaneda, Miami’s emergency dentist, understands the frustration and anxiety that comes along with a dental emergency. Many people wonder how they will find a dentist on
the weekend; some consider waiting in pain until Monday morning, when most dentist offices reopen. Luckily, for both residents and visitors to South Florida, there is no need to wait in painand worry. Dr. Castaneda has successfully been treating various dental emergency issues for many years in his state-of-the-art Miami office. Get your dental emergency seen promptly and get back to your enjoyable weekend or evening festivities.

Dental Emergencies Don’t Have to Ruin Your Weekend

Dr. Ricardo Castaneda not only handles all types of dental emergencies, but also is here to sharesome tips on what to do when an emergency strikes. Knowing how to respond quickly to a dental memergency can mean all the difference when it comes to saving your teeth. Keep these tips in

  • For chipped or broken teeth, save any pieces. Rinse your mouth using warm water and

    gently apply gauze if you are experiencing any bleeding. A cold compress can be applied

    to the outside of the mouth if there is any swelling or pain. Contact a dentist as soon as

    possible.

  • If your tooth is knocked out, pick up the tooth by the crown. This is the white area that is

    usually exposed in the mouth. If it is not possible to reinsert tooth, place it in a small cup

    of milk or water that contains a pinch of table salt. Contact a dentist immediately. Teeth

    that are knocked out have the greatest chances of being saved if returned to their socket

    quickly.

  • Lost fillings are another common dental emergency. For a temporary measure, use a

    small amount of dental cement or sugarless gum to cover the cavity. Gum that has sugar

    will cause pain. Contact a dentist right away.

    There are many other types of dental emergencies. Dr. Ricardo Castaneda also treats the

  • Abscess
  • Infection
  • Cracked Filling
  • Teeth Knocked Out or Missing
  • Object Caught Between Teeth
  • Toothache
  • Broken Tooth
  • Cracked Tooth

Dr. Ricardo Castaneda is available to help you when you experience a sudden dental emergency. Call him at (305) 598-6665 or page him at (305) 580-2928.

No matter when it happens or what your dental emergency consists of, know that Dr. Castaneda

is here for you. Located in the Miami/Kendall area, he has helped people from various areas of

South Florida affordably and quickly fix their dental issues. Call Dr. Ricardo Castaneda now at

(305) 598-6665 or page him at (305) 580-2928 and explain your situation. He is waiting for your

call and is looking forward to helping you in your time of need.

Dr. Ricardo Castaneda, D.M.D.

8200 SW 117th Ave.

Suite 106 on the 1st floor

Miami, FL 33183

Phone: (305) 598-6665

Beeper: (305) 580-2928

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