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Emergency Dental Care

Kaweh Farahbod, DDS -  - Family Dentist

Westminster Family Dentistry

Kaweh Farahbod, DDS

Family Dentist & General Dentist located in Westminster, CA

When you experience a dental emergency, you need top-notch care right away. Kaweh Farahbod, DDS, is always ready to answer the call at Westminster Family Dentistry. Located in Westminster, California, he keeps openings in his schedule to accommodate emergency visits. Whether it’s an injury, a sudden toothache, or having an object stuck in your teeth, Dr. Farahbod and his staff can walk you through how to care for your condition over the phone and help you get an appointment quickly. If you’ve experienced a dental emergency, visit Westminster Family Dentistry right away.

Emergency Dental Care Q & A

What is emergency dental care?

Emergency dental care refers to seeing a dentist right after some kind of dental crisis. Dr. Farahbod and the team at Westminster Family Dentistry are always standing by to help you at a moment’s notice when something unexpected and unfortunate arises that threatens the health of your teeth and gums.

What situations call for emergency dental care?

Dr. Farahbod and his team are accustomed to dealing with a variety of emergency dental care situations that patients present. Some situations that should have you calling the office on the spot include:

Broken tooth

When a broken tooth has got sharp ends or gets knocked out of its position, then that’s a case of dental emergency. Without immediate care, the tongue, lips or gum may be damaged.

Severe bleeding

If you experience extreme blood loss for more than few minutes, seeing Dr. Farahbod promptly is a good idea.

Avulsed tooth

This means your tooth that has been completely knocked out. You may experience bleeding and severe pain. Don’t neglect to visit the emergency department as quickly as possible.

Extruded tooth

An extruded tooth is also a knocked out one, but one that doesn’t come out fully. It often hangs with thin threads of tissues and this is obviously a case of dental emergency.

Injury in tissue

If there is an injury anywhere inside your mouth including your cheeks, lips, or tongue, that is considered as a tissue injury. If you face any such problem, the first thing to do is wash that area with warm water. The next thing to do is get an appointment at the office.


What should I do immediately after a dental emergency?

The first thing you must do when a dental emergency occurs is to call Westminster Family Dentistry. In many cases, every minute following an accident counts. That means a delay of 30 minutes can result in losing your teeth. So don’t mess around and try to solve the crisis on your own. Seek professional help immediately.


How quickly can I get in for emergency dental care?

At Westminster Family Dentistry, the staff tries to keep openings in the daily schedule to accommodate last-minute emergencies. If you experience a dental emergency, the team will do everything in its power to get you in front of Dr. Farahbod within 24 hours.

In the meantime, the staff can help provide you with instructions on how to care for your teeth while you’re at home waiting for your appointment.


If you have a dental emergency on your hands, call Westminster Family Dentistry right away.