130 Almshouse Road, Suite 406, Richboro, PA 18954 - 215-396-9200 - moc.selimSetimanyD%40stnemtnioppa

130 Almshouse Road, Suite 406, Richboro, PA 18954 - 215-396-9200 - moc.selimSetimanyD%40stnemtnioppa

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Emergency Dental Procedures

Dr. Shantzer and the Richboro Dental Excellence team are there to help in urgent care dental situations. We provide dental urgent care treatment and care to patients in the Richboro, Pennsylvania area.

What Qualifies as a Dental Emergency?

Some people have a hard time deciding what qualifies as a dental emergency. While every situation can be unique, the most common dental emergencies may include:broken toothknocked out permanent toothsevere bleeding from anywhere in the moutha broken jawan object painfully lodged in the mouth● severe tooth pain that can't be addressed with over the counter medications and/or ice pack application.
When seeking help for a dental emergency, remember that Dr. Shantzer and the Richboro Dental Excellence staff will be best able to help if they have all the pertinent information. Be sure to give as much detail as possible about how the emergency occurred when calling in for help. It is also helpful if you have a list of current medications on hand. If Dr. Shantzer needs to administer or prescribe medication, all potential interactions will need to be checked ahead of time.

What Should I Do in a Dental Emergency?

The most important thing in a dental emergency is fast action. As soon as any dental emergency occurs, call Richboro Dental Excellence for help. If the emergency happens during office hours, we can typically work you into the schedule quickly. The more advanced notice that you give, the better prepared the staff can be for your urgent care dental emergency. Even if your dental emergency occurs after office hours, call Richboro Dental Excellence. The office message has an emergency phone number that you can use to get in touch with Dr. Shantzer, and he will do everything possible to help.

What Can Happen if an Urgent Care Situation Is Ignored?

If Dr. Shantzer is not available during your dental emergency, don't give up. You may need to consider a trip to the emergency room at the closest hospital, or even calling 911 if the situation is serious enough. For example, a severe infection in your tooth could potentially cause severe swelling that closes off your airways, and therefore your ability to breathe freely. If a tooth has knocked loose, there is only a narrow window of time to save that tooth, so time is of the essence.


Recent Patient

"Thank you Dr. Shantzer for creating a very positive experience during my appointment. I waited a long time to have this work done and I am very happy with the results. Your staff is extremely informative, helpful and compassionate. I appreciate the time and effort of everyone on your team to research my insurance coverage as well as care during my appointment. I will highly recommend your office to my family and friends. Thank you for allowing me this awesome experience!"

Thomas G.

"Best dentist on the planet"

Mark R.

"Dr. Shantzer is professional, competent and personable.
He takes whatever time is necessary to assure that his patient understands the whats and whys of the treatment he is providing..."