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Emergency dentist Dr. Rohan S. Toor, DDS

Dental emergencies may be uncomfortable and terrifying. Possible causes include an infection, a missing tooth, uncontrolled bleeding, or broken teeth. Patients can visit Rohan S. Toor, DDS if they require emergency dental care. Please get in touch with our clinic right immediately if you have a dental emergency. We’re available to accept your calls at (805) 639-3050 even after hours. Your oral health issues will be handled by our experienced emergency dentists and welcoming dental staff.
Priority care is given to patients who are suffering or require treatment right away at Rohan S. Toor, DDS. You may get the timely assistance you need from our compassionate team. Your emergency dental appointment could be scheduled on the same day.

Emergency dentistry in Ventura, CA

You'll know you require one when a dental emergency occurs. You might think that toothaches brought on by wounds, cavities, oral trauma, or extractions are uncomfortable or even scary. With the most up-to-date tools, [Brand Name] can provide you with the greatest emergency dental care so you can start feeling better right immediately.

These are the most common dental emergencies that happen.

  • dental restorations (missing or broken crowns or bridges)
  • wisdom teeth extraction
  • root canal
  • tooth abscess
  • Repairing or replacing of fillings
  • damaged tooth
  • Dental infection
  • fractured tooth
  • dental avulsion (knocked-out or loose tooth)
  • Emergency tooth extraction
  • Emergency toothache and severe tooth pain
  • broken tooth
  • dental trauma caused by an accident
  • Pulpitis, an infection of the tooth’s nerves and tissues
  • gum and tooth infections

Please give us a call if you are unclear whether or not it is a dental emergency. On the phone, we'll offer advice and guide you through the process. Additionally, we can set up an appointment for you.

Urgent dental care in Ventura, California

Emergency Dentists Near Me in Ventura

Whether you require an after-hours or same-day appointment, we have committed to provide the greatest dental care so you can feel better and smile again. We offer the highest quality dental care possible thanks to our state-of-the-art tools. Your anxieties will go as we take care of your dental health problems in our warm office environment.

Make an Emergency Dental Appointment with Dr Rohan Toor at Rohan S. Toor, DDS

Emergency dentistry

Dr. Rohan Toor of Rohan S. Toor, DDS has over 5 years of competency in emergency dentistry. Dr. Rohan Toor treats different oral health conditions. Dr. Rohan Toor can manage any dental emergency situation.

Our dental team in Ventura, CA reduces discomfort and anxiety for either normal dental treatment or a dental emergency, which enhances oral health. Schedule an appointment for urgent issues so that we can start addressing your oral health issues right away. You can also stop by our Ventura dentist office. Decide on an hour for the meeting.

FAQ for Dental Emergency

What is the most common dental emergency?

The most frequent dental emergency is tooth loss. In order for your dentist to reattach the tooth, you must keep it. So that Dr. Rohan Toor can save the tooth in your mouth, you must prevent it from drying out.

What is considered a dental emergency?

An oral problem that needs prompt attention is referred to as a dental emergency. Gum bleeding, broken teeth, and tooth extractions are all dental emergencies that require prompt attention. Contact Rohan S. Toor, DDS for any dental emergency.

What if a tooth gets knocked out in an accident?

Find the tooth so you can put it back in your mouth. When you do, wipe the tooth with milk that hasn't been sweetened or saline, then try to put it back in its socket. Visit your dentist right away so they can replace the lost tooth in your mouth. After the damage, the lost tooth should be refastened within an hour. If you are unable to reattach the tooth within an hour, place it in a cup of milk without sugar or saline solution to keep it wet. Don't immerse the tooth in water if milk or saltwater are both available to avoid injuring the tooth roots.