Jacksonville Gentle Dentistry
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(904) 731-1919
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Emergency Dentist Jacksonville, FL
Baymeadows and Gate Parkway
Call Now! (904) 731-1919

Friendly staff, High-Quality Care
PPO Insurance Accepted
Uninsured Discounts

Accidents can happen, including dental accidents, and they shouldn’t be ignored. Knowing what to do when an accident happens, and getting dental care as quickly as possible, can make the difference in saving or losing a tooth.

URGENT– Call Us Immediately (904) 731-1919

  • Broken tooth /teeth
  • Toothache preventing sleep
  • Minor to moderate swelling
  • Moderate to severe pain
  • Tooth knocked out
  • Tooth misplaced or knocked out of position
  • Deep cuts on gums
  • Jaw locked open
  • Severe TMJ pain 
  • Broken or Chipped Tooth
  • Abscess (infection) Treatment
  • Bleeding Gums
  • Crown / Bridge Fell Out
  • Knocked-Out Teeth

NON-URGENT– Call Us as Soon as Possible (904) 731-1919

  • Missing filling
  • A cracked or broken crown
  • A lost, loose or broken temporary crown
  • Debris trapped between teeth or gums
  • Broken denture/partial denture
  • Loose, Lost, or Broken Fillings
  • Loose Teeth
  • Extraction
  • Sore Gums
  • Bad Breath
  • Jaw Pain

How to handle a dental emergency until you get to our Jacksonville office: 

Tooth knocked out – Call us immediately! Locate the tooth and pick it up by the top, not touching the roots. If dirty, rinse it with water, don’t remove any fragments of tissue, and do not scrub it. Insert it in the socket if possible and hold it there. If it can’t be inserted in the socket, put it in some milk and get to the dentist. If milk isn’t available, a saline solution like the kind used for contact lenses will work.

Broken tooth – Call us immediately! Rinse your mouth with warm water. Take ibuprofen, not aspirin, for pain. Use a cold compress for swelling.  If you feel your jaw may be broken, go to a hospital emergency room immediately.

Object stuck between teeth – Try to dislodge the object with floss or an interdental brush.  Call us if you can’t dislodge the object.

Soft tissue injury (lips, cheeks, gums) – Rinse with saltwater, then apply pressure with soft gauze for 15 to 20 minutes on the site of bleeding. Use a cold compress on the outside for 5 to 10 minutes. If bleeding doesn’t stop, go to a hospital emergency room.

Partially dislodged tooth – Try to gently push it back into position with your finger, bite down to hold it in place, and call us.

Toothache – Brush your teeth, rinse with warm water, and floss or use an interdental brush. Call us if the pain doesn’t stop.

Don't Delay! Call Now (904) 731-1919


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