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Dental Emergencies

Tooth pain can affect you physically, emotionally and financially. Toothache symptoms can vary from dull ache to a sharp intense pain. Toothaches can affect your lifestyle causing you to miss out on time with with your loved ones or concentrating on your work. Toothaches will not go away on its own so it's time to call for an emergency dentist in Scottsdale, Arizona.

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Can your tooth be saved?

The general rule of thumb is to schedule an emergency dental  appointment when you have lingering tooth pain that just won't go away. If your tooth has a fracture a dental crown may be needed and in some cases a root canal.  Tooth fractures may be difficult to diagnose. The dentists at Transzendental use state-of-the-art imaging and testing for the proper diagnosing and treatment of tooth fractures. We use materials such as tooth-colored resin bonding and life-like translucent glass ceramics to mimic the form, function and appearance of the original tooth. Remember seeing your Scottsdale dentist regularly can avoid costly issues with your teeth down the road.

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Even if I am in pain?

Yes, even if you are in pain there are many cases we can still save your tooth as long as there is an adequate amount of tooth structure.  Root canal treatments essentially clean out the nerve and tissue in the tooth and seal the space up so bacteria cannot collect, survive and thrive. If left untreated bacteria can spread through the tooth and into the soft tissue spaces of the jaw causing a more severe and potentially life-threatening infection requiring an emergency room visit. Dr. Shankar Anandarajah DDS, FAGD treats dental emergencies in North Scottsdale, Arizona. He has performed many successful root canal procedures.

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What if my tooth can't be saved?

Unfortunately some teeth cannot be saved with a good long term prognosis. At Transzendental in Scottsdale we can manage most tooth extraction cases.  Dr. Shankar Anandarajah, and Dr. Mrinal Bhatt have had additional training in oral surgery procedures. There are a variety  tooth replacement options available today.  

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What do I do with my missing tooth?

Before you have your tooth extraction it is important to talk to your Scottsdale, Arizona dentists to discuss a plan to "replace the space" that will be there.  In some cases a bone graft can be performed at the same time as the tooth extraction in order to preserve the socket for a dental implant in the future. The dentists at Transzendental in Scottsdale have been dedicated to advanced dental training and can offer a variety of solutions such as dental implants, dental bridges, and removable appliances such as partial and full dentures.  

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With over 35 years of experience combined. Dr. Shankar Anandarajah and Dr. Mrinal Bhatt in Scottsdale, Arizona are committed to find the best dental solutions for you and your budget.

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