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Emergency Children's Dentist in Vero Beach, FL

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Dental Partners of Vero Beach provides emergency dentistry in Vero Beach, FL. Call 772-569-4118 for urgent dental treatment.

At Dental Partner of Vero Beach, we recognize that while emergency dental situations are rare, they do occur. If your child has a dental emergency, an issue that may have just occurred, or a serious condition, do not hesitate to call us. We will always try to see emergencies within 24 hours.

Call Dental Partners of Vero Beach in Vero Beach, FL, for emergency dentist services at (772) 569-4118 today if your child has:

  • Trauma to a natural tooth
  • Broken or cracked tooth
  • Lost filling or crown
  • Partially dislodged or knocked-out permanent tooth
  • Painful or swollen gums
  • Toothache that is not subsiding

There’s no need to stress when you are dealing with your child's dental emergency. If you call Dental Partners of Vero Beach during our regular office hours, immediate attention will be given to your child's situation, and we will arrange to see your child as soon as possible to get them the care they need.

For emergencies outside of business hours, please call our office and listen to the recorded message. You will be given information to reach our on-call assistant, who can troubleshoot and coordinate an on-call doctor to see your child if immediate attention is needed.

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Outside of our business hours, call our office, and a representative will be available to discuss the emergency with you.  If immediate attention is needed, our on-call dentist will be notified and coordinate an office visit.

In the case of a serious or life-threatening emergency, please call 911 or go to your nearest emergency room for treatment.

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Frequently Asked Questions About Pediatric Dental Emergencies

What is considered a dental emergency?
We consider it a dental emergency if your child is in severe pain, if bleeding is uncontrolled, or if immediately treatment is needed in order to save a tooth.
Can I take my child to the ER for a dental emergency?
If a dental emergency is accompanied by facial trauma or other medical issues, we recommend visiting the ER; when bleeding is severe and uncontrollable, an ER visit is also necessary. Otherwise, it’s best to seek dental care from your child’s dentist. Emergency rooms don’t provide dental care, so even if they’re able to help temporarily manage your child’s pain, a dental appointment will still be necessary.
Can a knocked out tooth be put back in?
Knocked out permanent teeth can be successfully replaced with prompt treatment, but when a baby tooth is knocked out, it cannot be put back in.
Looking for a practice in the Floridas Treasure Coast area? Contact us at 772-569-4118 to schedule an appointment today!

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Dental Partners of Vero Beach
3790 7th Terrace, Suite 201
Vero Beach, FL 32960
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