What qualifies as a dental emergency or urgent care appointment? Even minor pain related to the mouth or teeth might require an urgent dental care appointment in order to prevent permanent damage to your teeth, gingiva (gums) or supporting bone structure. That’s why it’s important to be evaluated by one of Raynor Dental’s dentists as soon as possible.
If you’re in serious pain due to an accident involving the teeth or jaw, suspected gum infection, toothache or chronic mouth issues of any kind, please contact Raynor Dental for a same-day, urgent care appointment.
Emergency or urgent dental care appointments are available daily for patients & non-patients alike.
Call Raynor Dental immediately if you or a family member are experiencing a dental emergency.
Keene – Suite 4: (603) 352-0006, Keene – Suite 7 (formerly Dr. McBeth’s): (603) 357-1748, or Peterborough: (603) 924-9688
Dental Emergency & Urgent Care Symptoms
Jaw joint pain
Cracked or broken tooth
Permanent tooth knocked out
Swelling around the tooth
Bleeding from the mouth
Dental Emergency & Urgent Care Treatments
Repair of lacerations
Jaw fracture diagnosis
Tooth fracture management
Palliative Treatment of Dental Nerve Pain
Pediatric Dental Emergency
Special Care/Developmentally Disabled Dental Emergency
Management of Medically Compromised Dental Care
Diagnostic digital x-ray including Panoramic x-ray
Tips for common Dental Emergencies from the American Dental Association (ADA)