Emergency Dental Care
Blossom Dental understands Dental Emergencies won't wait and neither should your pain or discomfort.
Dr. Aljonaidy offers same day Emergency Appointments in Ormond Beach with a $100 Fee and on weekends will open the office on Saturday & Sunday by appointment only from 10-2 with a $212 Fee in addition to the treatment plan.
We accept most PPO Dental Insurance plans and CareCredit for services.
Conditions such as swollen or infected gums and abscessed teeth are easily treatable with our same day services. Damages to Bridges, Crowns, Dentures, Chipped teeth and Filings will be addressed and depending on the case may be able to be made in our laboratory same day (Except Weekends) Your emergency service will include every measure necessary to alleviate your pain and then together we will work on the plan of action to correct the issue. If you are experiencing severe pain and can not reach your dentist or an emergency dentist- please go to the Emergency Room.
There is not a set cost for treating dental emergencies, the price is determined by your case. For example, a small filling is much less expensive than a more advanced restoration like a dental crown or tooth replacement options.
How we will treat your Emergency:
Step 1: Call Us for a Same-Day Appointment. We’re often able to see you the same day they call us, below are some quick tips on how to treat the emergency and we are happy to assist you over the phone.
Step 2: Get an Emergency Exam with Dr. Aljonaidy. When you arrive, Dr. Aljonaidy will work quickly to alleviate your pain while learning more about the extent and source of your problem.
Step 3: Review the Findings & Make a Plan: The Doctor will discuss his findings with you and fully explain all your treatment options. Together, you’ll make a plan for getting your oral health back!
Step 4: Get the Fast, Compassionate Care You Need: If possible, we’ll begin your treatment right away. Sometimes, it will take a few visits to fully restore your smile. Whatever your situation needs, we will always prioritize your health and comfort.
Suggestions to treat your Dental Emergency:
First, thoroughly rinse your mouth with warm water. Use dental floss to remove any lodged food. If your mouth is swollen, apply a cold compress to the outside of your mouth or cheek. See your dentist as soon as possible.
Chipped or broken teeth
Save any pieces. Rinse the mouth using warm water; rinse any broken pieces. If there's bleeding, apply a piece of gauze to the area for about 10 minutes or until the bleeding stops. Apply a cold compress to the outside of the mouth, cheek, or lip near the broken/chipped tooth to keep any swelling down and relieve pain. See your dentist as soon as possible.
Retrieve the tooth, hold it by the crown (the part that is usually exposed in the mouth), and rinse off the tooth root with water if it's dirty. Do not scrub it or remove any attached tissue fragments. If possible, try to put the tooth back in place. Make sure it's facing the right way. Never force it into the socket. If it's not possible to reinsert the tooth in the socket, put the tooth in a small container of milk (or cup of water that contains a pinch of table salt, if milk is not available) or a product containing cell growth medium, such as Save-a-Tooth. In all cases, see your dentist as quickly as possible. Knocked out teeth with the highest chances of being saved are those seen by the dentist and returned to their socket within 1 hour of being knocked out.
Extruded (partially dislodged) tooth
See your dentist right away. Until you reach your dentist's office, to relieve pain, apply a cold compress to the outside of the mouth or cheek in the affected area. Take an over-the-counter pain reliever (like Tylenol or Advil) if needed.
As a temporary measure, stick a piece of sugarless gum into the cavity (sugar-filled gum will cause pain) or use an over-the-counter dental cement. See your dentist as soon as possible.
If the crown falls off, make an appointment to see your dentist as soon as possible and bring the crown with you. If you can't get to the dentist right away. If possible, slip the crown back over the tooth. Before doing so, coat the inner surface with an over-the-counter dental cement, toothpaste, or denture adhesive, to help hold the crown in place. Do not use super glue!
Broken Braces Wires
If a wire breaks or sticks out of a bracket or band and is poking your cheek, tongue, or gum, try using the eraser end of a pencil to push the wire into a more comfortable position. If you can't reposition the wire, cover the end with orthodontic wax, a small cotton ball, or piece of gauze until you can get to your orthodontist's office. Never cut the wire, as you could end up swallowing it or breathing it into your lungs. See your dentist as soon as possible.
Loose Brackets & Bands
Temporarily reattach loose braces with a small piece of orthodontic wax. Alternatively, place the wax over the braces to provide a cushion. See your orthodontist as soon as possible. If the problem is a loose band, save it and call your orthodontist for an appointment to have it recemented or replaced (and to have missing spacers replaced).
Abscesses are infections that occur around the root of a tooth or in the space between the teeth and gums. Abscesses are a serious condition that can damage tissue and surrounding teeth, with the infection possibly spreading to other parts of the body if left untreated. See your dentist as soon as possible.
Because of the serious oral health and general health problems that can result from an abscess, see your dentist as soon as possible if you discover a pimple-like swelling on your gum that usually is painful. In the meantime, to ease the pain and draw the pus toward the surface, try rinsing your mouth with a mild salt water solution (1/2 teaspoon of table salt in 8 ounces of water) several times a day.
Injuries to the soft tissues, which include the tongue, cheeks, gums, and lips, can result in bleeding. To control the bleeding:
Rinse your mouth with a mild salt-water solution
Use a moistened piece of gauze or tea bag to apply pressure to the bleeding site. Hold in place for 15 to 20 minutes.
To both control bleeding and relieve pain, hold a cold compress to the outside of the mouth or cheek in the affected area for 5 to 10 minutes.
If the bleeding doesn't stop, see your dentist right away or go to a hospital emergency room. Continue to apply pressure on the bleeding site with the gauze until you can be seen and treated.