Emergency Dental Care You Can Count On For an emergency dentist in San Diego, CA, look no further.

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We Are Here For You

For many, the thought of going to the dentist is as traumatic as a toothache – but when you experience a dental emergency, you want to have a place to go and we want you to come to us! Dr. Fremont knows that dental emergencies can happen at the worst times and without any notice. That is why our team at Fremont Dentistry will do everything we can to get you out of pain and back in to your regular day. Please call us immediately if you need emergency dental care due to any of the following emergencies:

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  • A cracked or broken tooth
  • Pus, or other signs of infection in your mouth
  • A permanent tooth has been knocked out
  • A severe bite on the tongue or lips
  • Foreign object stuck in mouth
  • Toothache
  • Trauma to face or mouth
Dr. Fremont is personable and takes time with his patients. He and the other staff are great at what they do. Everyone is friendly and the office is charming and clean. I have always been happy with my experience at Fremont Dentistry.— Melanie T.
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Many times when a tooth starts to ache it is because decay or a crack reaches the nerve or pulp of the tooth. In the early stages, the tooth has sensitivity to hot, cold and biting. In the later stages, the tooth dies or becomes necrotic. This is where the nerve dies and the infected tissue leaks into the bone causing infection or pus to create pressure. It’s like a blister on the end of the tooth and hurts every time the person chews. This stage is the most dangerous because the tooth infection can now invade the bone and surrounding tissue. The treatment is antibiotics, root canal or extraction. In rare circumstances, the infection is so fast growing that the patient has to be admitted to a hospital.

If there is sufficient tooth, a root canal can be done to save the tooth. The necrotic or inflamed tissue is removed and the canal is disinfected and filled with gutta percha. Following the root canal, a post and build-up and crown are placed to reinforce the tooth.

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Many people are afraid of root canals. It is true that they are difficult to numb, but we usually use two types of anesthetics and plenty. We also use the wand, or a computerized single tooth anesthesia system to add reinforcement. This makes the procedure much more comfortable than in the past.

Using Advanced Technology to Improve Emergency Dental Care Your Emergency Dentist in San Diego, CA

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Dr. Fremont offers his expertise to provide immediate emergency dental care and will be sure to provide follow-up treatment for a long-term solution to achieve your optimal oral health. Dr. Fremont uses numerous advanced technologies to improve your experience at our office, some of which include:

  • Composite Fillings: We fix broken or chipped teeth with natural-looking composite fillings.
  • PerioLase® MVP-7™: Our state-of-the-art dental laser can treat gum infections or periodontal abscesses. Our laser’s bio-stimulation setting can reduce severe pain and soreness from complications associated with TMJ disorder.
  • The Wand® Anesthesia: We can numb a tooth more efficiently and faster without numbing your lips and tongue.

Dr. Robert Fremont is an emergency dentist in San Diego, CA. If you experience a dental emergency, please call our office as soon as possible and we will do everything we can to see you immediately.

We Can Help You!

Dr. Fremont is a great emergency dentist who would love to help you get your smile fixed up.

Call Us at 858.272.2222