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Dental emergencies can include facial trauma that damages the structure of the teeth or jaw, loss of a permanent tooth, severe tooth pain, or signs of infection. If you have a dental emergency, please call our office at 615-471-4727.
We will evaluate your teeth and bone density to determine if enough healthy bone structure is present to support the implant. In some cases, bone grafting may be necessary.
It is normal to experience some sensitivity to heat and cold (lasts one second and gone) and pressure after your appointment. It is not uncommon for the tooth to be sensitive for several weeks up to 3 months. As long as you notice improvement, the tooth is healing. There is also a possibility to experience some soreness in your gums. If you still have concerns please feel free to give us a call!
Our practice offers handicap accessible amenities including convenient ramps from the parking lot, wide walkways, automatic doors, entrance ways that measure 32” or greater, and a designated wheelchair accessible operatory. We also have staff on hand available to read aloud documents for the illiterate or blind and have braille in the waiting area and in all restrooms. Our website is also ADA compliant. To learn more, click here.