Enfield Emergency Dentist
If you can’t take your toothache any longer, if you have broken a tooth, or lost a crown or bridge, call Dr. Cummiskey’s office and we will get you in today, whether you are an established patient or not, as long as it’s during our regular office hours. Regular office hours:
Monday 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Tuesday 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Wednesday 7 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Thursday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Friday 7 a.m. to 2 p.m.
There are times when patients try to “tough it out” instead of seeing an emergency dentist, but dental emergencies shouldn’t wait.
Reasons Your Tooth May Hurt
You may think it’s no big deal that your tooth hurts, but that’s your body’s way of telling you there’s a problem. It may stem from deep decay that has entered the pulp of the tooth causing an infection. If that infection stays, it can spread to the bone causing an abscess. Infection may have entered the tooth because of a crack in the tooth, allowing bacteria in. It may be an infection in the gums. No matter the cause, your tooth hurts.
An Emergency Dentist Who Can Help
We see many patients who are nervous to have their teeth treated, who have waited as long as possible to get help. Sometimes it’s because they haven’t seen a dentist in a long time and their teeth aren’t as healthy as they’d like. Sometimes it’s because they are anxious about dental work in general and seeing a dentist is a fearful thing.
Dr. Cummiskey will listen to you and help you without making your feel guilty or pressured. He offers sedation dentistry to help you during your appointment if you need it. This would allow you to get the work done on your teeth while you are relaxed and comfortable, and you likely won’t even remember your appointment.
Don’t wait to take care of your dental emergencies. Call us at