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Get Same-Day Treatment for Dental Emergencies in Butte, MT

At Butte Family Dental, we know dental emergencies don’t wait for appointment times. We will see you right away if you are experiencing any dental pain or dental emergencies. With three dentists on staff, we have the capability of making sure your problems are cared for in the timeliest manner possible.

Call us now at 406-565-4458 if you’re dealing with a dental emergency in Butte, MT and need urgent dental care. We’ll get you out of pain fast, and you can get sedation if you need it.

Trust Our Talented Team to Handle Your Emergency

Being the only multi-dentist practice in Butte, MT is a big advantage any time, but especially in emergency situations. Dr. McIntyre, Dr. Gilbreath, and Dr. Brennick have received advanced training in dental emergency services like oral surgery, periodontics, and root canal therapy. They’ve earned impressive credentials, such as a fellowship in the International College of Dentists. With more than 50 years of combined practice, there are few emergencies they haven’t successfully handled.

Don’t Ignore Dental Emergency Symptoms

Here are some situations that require urgent dental care, along with their symptoms:

  • Toothaches– A toothache usually occurs due to inflamed pulp in the center of the tooth. Symptoms include pain, sensitivity to hot or cold, and swelling around the tooth. Common causes include tooth decay, tooth infection, or injury. Tooth fillings are usually an effective solution for tooth decay, and a root canal can clear the infection from inside your tooth.
  • Infections/abscesses– A dental abscess is an infection, usually from untreated tooth decay or gum disease, that has spread to surrounding tissues. Symptoms are pain, swelling, and redness of the mouth and face. Infection can spread quickly. An abscess can even cause swelling of the throat and threaten to block the airway. Call us immediately if you suspect infection.
  • Injuries– Most of the time, a dental injury affects one or more front teeth. If a tooth is knocked out or broken, bring the tooth (or pieces) with you to your appointment. Rinse it in warm water, being careful not to touch the root, then place it in a container of milk or saliva. If we cannot save your tooth, we have tooth replacement options like dental implants to help you regain your smile.

Dental emergencies are no cause for panic. Call 406-565-4458 now if you need help. Whether your pain is from putting off dental appointments or a traumatic injury, we’ll take care of you as soon as possible.

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