Your Trusted Emergency Dentists in Tysons
You take care of your teeth every day, and it’s just one of the few ways you try to have control over your health. However, despite your best efforts, accidents can still happen. When they include your teeth and gums, the only thing you want in those moments of pain and uncertainty is to get that control back. At Avanti Dentistry, our team of specialists are here to do exactly that. No matter what your dental emergency is or when it occurs, we’re ready and able to help you. We’ll do everything we can to make sure that you’ll always leave our office with a healthy, beautiful, and functional smile.
What is Considered a Dental Emergency?
A dental emergency is any situation where the teeth, mouth, or gums have been traumatically injured and need immediate medical care. If you find yourself in any of these situations, be sure to call us immediately:
- Swelling in the face
- Severe toothache
- Knocked out tooth
- Broken tooth
- Damaged or lost filling or crown
- Bleeding after an extraction
- Injury to the cheeks or gums
- Injury to the jaw
How To Handle a Dental Emergency
Dental emergencies are extremely stressful, and it can be tough to know what to do first. Before you do anything else, you should always call your emergency dentist in Tysons at Avanti Dentistry. This will allow our team to prepare to see you as soon as possible and walk you through basic-first aid over the phone.
Here are some tips for what to do before you make it to our office:
- Try to recover any lost teeth or crowns/fillings
- Attempt to place them back into your mouth. If this isn’t possible, put them in a safe container.
- For a tooth, make sure this container is filled with milk, saltwater, or saliva. It’s important to keep your tooth wet so it remains viable.
- Gently rinse your mouth out with warm water to clean the affected area.
- Apply firm pressure with a towel or rag to control any bleeding.
- Use a cold compress to manage any pain or swelling.
- Ideally, have someone else drive you to our office (dental emergencies often occur in conjunction with head trauma).
Once you get here, we’ll bring you to a treatment room straightaway and get to work relieving your pain and saving your teeth. We can complete most emergency procedures in one visit, but if you need more treatment, we’ll be sure to eliminate your pain and schedule any follow-up visits as needed.
Contact Our Experts for Urgent Dental Care
When you’re in the middle of a dental emergency, time is crucial, and you don’t want to spend any of it looking for an emergency dentist in your area. Thanks to Avanti Dentistry, you already know who can take care of you, and that provides tremendous peace of mind right when you need it. If you ever experience a dental emergency, be sure to call us first. We’ll always be there to take care of you.
If you’d like to know more about what to do in a dental emergency, how to avoid one, or want to schedule a regular appointment, please contact our office today.
- We have a team of 8 highly-skilled doctors, each with decades of experience and expertise in emergency dentistry. When you come to Avanti Dentistry, you can trust that we’ll be able to give you any treatment you need at the highest- level possible.
- We take same day emergencies. Treatment for a dental emergency simply can’t wait, so neither will you. When you call us, we’ll make every effort to see you as soon as possible so that we’ll have the best chance of saving your smile.
- We can even help you outside of regular business hours. We have a 24-hour dedicated line so that whenever you need us, we’ll always be there.
- We can perform treatments like crowns, bridges, and veneers in just one day.
- Our office is conveniently located near Tysons Corner.
Emergency Dental Technology
In order to provide the best care possible, we make sure our office is filled with the latest and most advanced tools available today. We want the quality of our equipment to match the quality of our care. These tools enable us to treat you faster, keep you safer, and completely protect you from pain.
This small, pen-sized camera is perfect for allowing your dentist to see those places in your mouth that are hidden from view. Plus, its images can be shown to you almost instantly on a chairside monitor. understand what your doctor is talking about, and this helps tremendously with nervous patients.
X-rays are an essential part of diagnosing a variety of dental issues because they allow your doctor to see beyond the surfaces of your teeth. We only use digital x-rays because they are much faster than traditional ones, and they even emit 80% less radiation as well.
CT/Cone Beam Scanner:
This tool allows us to create a fully 3D image of your teeth, mouth, and jaw. It’s ideal for finding problems that extend beyond your teeth, and it provides vital information for planning your personalized treatments.
This highly-advanced system enables us to complete restorative treatments that usually take weeks in just one visit. We can use it to give you completely customized, all-porcelain crowns, bridges, and veneers in just an hour!
We use a variety of sedation techniques to make sure even our emergency patients are perfectly comfortable during their time with us. If you’re nervous, scared, and in pain, we know exactly how to help you relax and make sure you feel no discomfort.
Same-Day Emergency Dentistry
Avanti Dentistry is located at:
1500 Cornerside Blvd
Tysons, VA 22182
Our current office hours are:
Monday: 11:00am — 7:00pm
Tuesday: 8:00am — 1:00pm
Wednesday: 9:00am — 5:00pm
Thursday: 9:00am — 5:00pm
Friday: 8:00am — 2:00pm
Saturday: 7:00am — 6:00pm
We are located just a few minutes west of Leesburg Pike. We are actually located inside the Walmart, and our suite is on the side facing Budget Car Rental, Avis Car Rental, and Sheraton Tysons.
We’ll make same-day appointments, accept walk-ins, and we even have a 24-hour dedicated line to help you outside of our regular hours.
Frequently Asked Questions
1. What should I do about a knocked out tooth?
The first thing you should do is call Avanti Dentistry. The sooner you see us, the better chance we’ll be able to replant the tooth. Try to find it, pick it up only by the crown, and place it back into your mouth if possible. If you can’t, put it in a container of milk, saliva, or saltwater, and be sure to bring it with you when you come to see us.
2. Can you help me with a broken crown/filling?
We can! Try to find all of the pieces of your crown/filling and bring them to us immediately. We’ll probably give you a completely new one in just one visit. If you have any exposed broken/jagged teeth, be sure to place a cotton ball or dental wax over them to protect yourself.
3. What is causing my severe toothache?
Most of the time, severe toothaches occur because the nerve of the tooth has been damaged by decay or injury. In either case, you should seek out emergency dental care. If you wait, the pain will only get worse, and the tooth may need to be extracted. The sooner you come to see us, the more likely we’ll be able to save it!
4. What should I do if I have an emergency after hours?
We actually have a 24-hour dedicated line just for these kinds of situations. We’ll be able to guide you to get the care that you need. No matter what time it is, be sure to always call us first when you have a dental emergency.
5. Do you make same-day appointments or take walk-ins for emergencies?
Yes we do! Whether you call us or come straight to our office, we’ll always get you treatment as soon as possible. We’ll never simply make you wait while you’re in pain.
6. Should I ever call 911 for a dental emergency?
You should only call 911 if you have serious injuries to other parts of your body other than your teeth. Otherwise, the best place for you to get emergency dental care will always be with us. We have the team, the training, and the equipment most hospitals and clinics simply don’t have.
7. How can I avoid dental emergencies?
You can prevent most dental emergencies with these simple 4 tips: 1. Be sure to get regular check-ups and cleanings with us so we can spot/stop small problems before they can cause emergencies later. 2. Avoid chewing on hard things like ice or rock candies. 3. Wear a mouthguard while playing sports (whether they are contact or not). 4. Don’t use your teeth to open packages or bottles.