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Dental emergencies do not come with a warning, and when they arrive, they cause a lot of pain and disruption. Such situations require immediate dental care, and you must visit our dental clinic at the earliest to address the problem. Our dentist can analyze the symptoms and determine the severity of your condition to decide the best treatment for you.

What is a Dental Emergency?

In general, any dental problem that demands immediate treatment to alleviate severe pain, stop bleeding, or save your teeth is called a dental emergency. Dental emergencies also include all the infections that may be threatening your life. Not all dental emergencies are painful.


If you are experiencing lingering pain and sensitivity in your tooth, it is a case of a dental emergency, and you must visit our dental clinic at once for proper examination and diagnosis.

Cracked or Broken Teeth

A crack in the teeth can grow wider and damage the inside of your teeth. It is a case of a dental emergency, and you must see our dentist right away to address the problem.


External trauma to the mouth can be extremely painful and may even damage your jawbone as well. Our dentist will examine your teeth and determine if such trauma may damage your face and mouth.

Lost or Broken Crown or Filling

The role of dental crowns and dental fillings is to protect your teeth. A broken crown or filling may expose your teeth to infection and other problems. It may be considered a case of a dental emergency.

Jaw Pain

A throbbing pain in your jaw that you experience out of the blue also calls for immediate action to visit our dentist. The problem may also cause swelling, fever, difficulty swallowing food, or sour taste and indicates infection in many cases.

Bleeding Gums

Frequent and excessive bleeding from the gums is a dental emergency and may also indicate periodontal disease that must be treated at once to keep your tissues, gums, teeth, and bone in good health.

What Happens at the Dental Clinic?

If you are experiencing any of the above-listed abnormalities in your gums, teeth, or mouth, it is essential to visit our dental practice and seek emergency dental care. Our dentist will examine your mouth and check the cause of such conditions and then begin with the treatment. Early detection of the problem will help you keep away from more complex procedures. After the treatment, you will be given instructions to care for your teeth and maintain oral hygiene. 

Please reach out to Rota Advanced Dental Care in Colorado Springs, CO, 80923, to have a consultation with our dentist, Dr. Rota. Please call Dentist in Colorado Springs, CO at (719) 598-1224 or schedule an online consultation, and we’ll guide you further.


Rota Advanced Dental Care

Dr. Joseph Rota of Rota Advanced Dental Care has been providing top-of-the-line dentistry for more than 45 years. Our Colorado Springs office is focused on modern methods and innovative technology for your comfort and convenience. Our professional affiliations include the:

  • American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry
  • American Academy of Craniofacial Pain 
  • American Dental Association
  • Academy of Head, Neck and Facial Pain
  • Colorado Dental Association
  • Colorado Springs Dental Society
  • International Academy of Implant Dentistry
  • Academy of General Dentistry

You can contact our office to schedule an appointment by calling (719) 598-1224.

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