Emergency Dentistry | Roseville, CA

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Maybe you are experiencing a toothache that is making it nearly impossible for you to chew. Or perhaps one of your children has a toothache or chipped a tooth during a sporting event. Regardless of your dental emergency, you can count on the team at Sierra Gate Family Dental to be your emergency dentist. We can provide the attention and treatment that you and your family need. When it comes to emergency dentistry, our team in Roseville, CA will make every effort to see you today, so book your appointment now.

EMERGENCY DENTIST SERVICES AT SIERRA GATE FAMILY DENTAL IN ROSEVILLE, CA

Sometimes, it’s not always easy to know if your problem constitutes an emergency dental appointment. If you have any questions, feel free to give us a call so we can advise you on the best course of action. Here are some of the cases that we see routinely as emergency appointments by our emergency dentist team in Roseville, CA:

  • Knocked-out tooth
  • Partially dislodged tooth
  • Toothache
  • Bleeding
  • Lost restoration
  • Jaw injury
  • Gum injury

If you are experiencing any of the above symptoms, it’s always best to seek care immediately so we can ease your discomfort and treat any damage.

Seeking prompt attention for a dental emergency helps ensure that you find relief from pain and prevents further damage from occurring. Maybe you are searching for an emergency dentist in the Roseville, CA area. We’re here when you need immediate dental treatments to restore your oral health. We also accept walk-ins. Give Sierra Gate Family Dental a call.

How do I know if my toothache is an emergency?

Toothaches can occur for many reasons, from infection to a piece of food stuck between teeth. Before you make an emergency appointment, you can try brushing and flossing your teeth to see if the toothache is due to something stuck in the teeth. If that does not help, or pain continues for a few days, it’s best to schedule an appointment for evaluation and treatment.

When should I go to the hospital versus the emergency dentist?

If you experience any sort of traumatic injury to the face or head such as dislocation, abrasions that won’t stop bleeding, broken jaw, or loss of consciousness, you should visit the local emergency room right away instead of calling the dentist. Once medical care has been received, you can schedule a follow-up with the emergency dentist for any dental treatment that is needed.

Great group of professionals love Dr. A, always friendly helpful and compassionate. The office staff are so welcoming , they take multiple insurances , always there to find solutions for appointments and your dental care. Wonderful dentist and awesome experience all the way around.

C.H. Yelp

This dental office has amazing staff that are super friendly and go above and beyond to get you in quickly. They make you feel comfortable and provide great service. I would recommend this office to my friends and family.

B.M. Yelp

Went to the dentist today for a cleaning. They were very thorough and educational on my periodontal health and made me feel very Comfortable during my cleaning. One of the best dentists I’ve seen! And his team is all so nice from the moment I walked in, to the Education I got during my appointment and on my way out! Definitely found my dental home. Thank you to the team at Sierra Gate Family Dental

A.G. Google

Dr Ardalan (Ardy) Keshtkar & his entire Staff are Wonderful! I have been going to this dental office for over 35 years. Everyone from the receptionist to Insurance mgmt & to all hygienists there, provide professional dental Care! Dr Ardy provides patient-centered, quality oral healthcare in a safe, comfortable and caring environment. I HIGHLY recommend this office for All your dental needs! Dr Keshtkar is the BEST!

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Terrific in every way. I cannot say enough about the care and competency of the entire staff.

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How do I know if my toothache is an emergency?

Toothaches can occur for many reasons, from infection to a piece of food stuck between teeth. Before you make an emergency appointment, you can try brushing and flossing your teeth to see if the toothache is due to something stuck in the teeth. If that does not help, or pain continues for a few days, it’s best to schedule an appointment for evaluation and treatment.

When should I go to the hospital versus the emergency dentist?

If you experience any sort of traumatic injury to the face or head such as dislocation, abrasions that won’t stop bleeding, broken jaw, or loss of consciousness, you should visit the local emergency room right away instead of calling the dentist. Once medical care has been received, you can schedule a follow-up with the emergency dentist for any dental treatment that is needed.

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