We all remember the fire drills we had in school, or how our parents taught us to put away a few extra dollars for that “rainy day”. Both these activities were done to prepare us in case of an emergency. But how do we prepare for a toothache or a dental emergency? The best way to do that is to already have a plan in place and a local dentist you can depend on to treat the problem and help make a stressful situation easier to manage. That dentist is Dr. John Marshall, III, your 63368 dentist. His office and his compassionate staff are ready to take care of you as promptly as possible in case you or someone in your family has a dental emergency.
When you have a toothache, the primary symptom is pain. This pain can range from a dull ache to a throbbing, unrelenting distress. You also might experience fever and swelling at the site of the infected tooth. The sooner you see the 63368 dentist for treatment, the more favorable your prognosis will be. Waiting for the pain to subside is not only unwise, but you risk doing more damage to the tooth and more serious consequences to your oral health and overall well being. At the office of Dr. John Marshall, III, you will receive the prompt, compassionate care you require to treat your toothache or any other dental emergency you may have.
Dental emergencies can be more than a severe toothache. As your 63368 dentist, Dr. John Marshall, III has years of experience treating all kinds of oral emergencies. Traumatic injury to the oral cavity or surrounding areas can include both hard and soft tissue injuries. Our office is well equipped to treat a range of problems from fractured, chipped, or dislodged teeth to dental infections, broken dental restorations, broken dentures, periodontal problems, TMJ pain and impacted teeth. Whatever, the nature of your dental emergency may be, Dr. John Marshall, III can help alleviate your discomfort and get you back on the path to oral health. So get your dental, “rainy day” emergency plan set up by making Dr. John Marshall, III your family’s dentist.