State-of-the-Art Preventative & Emergency Dental Care

All Your Dental Care Needs Under One Roof

Brevard Health Alliance provides preventative and emergency dental care services to patients throughout Brevard County, FL and the surrounding areas, including Cocoa, Malabar, Palm Bay, Titusville, Melbourne, and Rockledge. As the area’s go-to emergency dentist, we strive to provide not just emergency dental care but preventive dental care and education for our patients to improve their dental health. Our providers offer high-quality dental care in a clean, state-of-the-art environment.

Comprehensive General Dentistry Services

Our comprehensive general dentistry services include dental exams, tooth cleanings, protective sealants, fluoride treatments, fillings, “baby” root canals (pulpotomies), stainless-steel crowns, space maintainers, and both oral hygiene and dietary counseling. Services offered to adult patients include extractions and treatment of periodontal disease.

What is Preventative Dental Care?

The importance of preventative dental care is paramount in maintaining one’s oral health. This cooperative effort by the patient and their chosen dentist is designed to help preserve one’s oral health by preventing the onset, progress, and recurrence of dental diseases and conditions. Preventative dental care services often include digital x-rays, dental x-rays, fluoride treatment, oral hygiene aids, sealants, dental exams, tooth cleanings, and more.

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How to Identify a Dental Emergency

If you are unsure how to identify a dental emergency, ask yourself if you’re in severe pain, if you’ve lost a tooth, if you have any loose teeth, if you have an infection, and if you are bleeding from the mouth. If you answered ‘yes’ to any of these questions, then chances are you have a dental emergency on your hands. Severe pain and oral bleeding are both signs of a dental emergency. If a tooth has been lost or has become loose, prompt treatment can save the tooth. A severe infection or abscess has the potential to become life-threatening if left untreated, so emergency treatment is a must. Dental emergencies in which you should go straight to the Emergency Room include significant swelling or swelling that has affected or progressed to the eye area, and any difficulty or pain when breathing or swallowing.

When To See A Dentist

Common dental emergencies include unexplainable toothaches, swollen or bleeding gums, swollen jaw or mouth, exposed nerves, knocked-out teeth, missing fillings, broken crowns, abscessed teeth, objects lodged between teeth, and more. If you are experiencing any of these common dental emergencies, severe pain, a loose tooth, or something else, it’s time to see a dentist.

How to Prevent Dental Emergencies

While preventing dental emergencies isn’t always possible, there are things you can do to decrease your chances of needing an emergency trip to the dentist. The first way is to stay proactive with your oral hygiene, including going to the dentist twice annually for routine check-ups. Preventative dental care will permit your dentist to check for loose fillings and crowns, as well as signs of decay, infection, and gum disease. But while comprehensive general dentistry services can help decrease your chances of incurring a dental emergency, they still happen. And, if they do, remember that time is of the essence.

Contact Us Today for Preventative & Emergency Dental Care

When you Google “dental clinic near me” or “emergency dentist near me,” chances are you’ll be bombarded with a wide range of options – and we hope you’ll choose Brevard Health Alliance. As the area’s go-to emergency dentist, you can rest assured you’re in the best of hands when you visit our state-of-the-art facility in Brevard County, FL for emergency dental care. Contact us today to learn more about our preventative dental care services or schedule an emergency dentist appointment.

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