Emergency Dentist

Dental problems rarely wait around for convenient moments to pop up. Your day might go as planned, up until an accident occurs. While we hope that nothing of the sort ever happens to you, Maz Endodontics, emergency dentist, is available 24/7 to provide emergency dental services.

We understand that there are times when receiving treatment cannot wait. There are situations where postponing a visit or scheduling it several days down the road might mean you risk losing a tooth. In other cases, you might put yourself at risk for dangerous infections. Quick treatment can be the difference between saving a tooth and losing it.

When Do You Need An Emergency Dentist?

If it feels like an emergency, it might very well be one. If you experience severe tooth pain, it is almost always because of a serious problem. The inside of your tooth might be infected. Such an infection poses a risk to that tooth and your mouth as a whole.

Dental emergencies are those times when waiting for treatment could lead to consequences. The line between regular and emergency visits can be a little vague at times, though. Check below for some signs that you might need to come in for emergency treatment. When in doubt, it doesn’t hurt to call and explain your situation. Dr. Maz will listen to your symptoms and let you know if you should come in.

Signs You Are Facing a Dental Emergency

  • Bleeding: Mild bleeding can occur from even routine activities, such as flossing. However, if you are experiencing constant and heavy bleeding, you should contact Dr. Maz immediately.
  • Swelling: Mild irritation can result in swelling around the gums. Painful, extreme swelling is a sign that something else is going on, such as an infection.
  • Pain: If you have pain in your mouth that even makes you think this might be an emergency, it likely is one. Severe pain is usually accompanied by swelling as well.
  • Trauma: Did you take a serious blow to a tooth? Emergency! Timely treatment for injured teeth is often vital to saving the tooth and your smile.

It is also important to know what is not an emergency. While cracked or broken teeth might require immediate treatment, minor chipping will not. You can still prioritize your treatment and seek help. Still, if a large piece of your tooth has broken off, it is worth calling to see if you need treatment.

Minor pain or swelling can also usually wait. But, if you were experiencing mild pain that suddenly increased in intensity, then you might need an emergency visit.

Emergency Dentist Procedures

At Maz Endodontics, we offer several emergency dentist services at all hours of the day. Dr. Maz specializes in each of them and provides his patient with timely, expert care 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Root Canal

Root canals are Dr. Maz’s specialty, and he is proud to provide this procedure in emergency cases. Even if it is the middle of the night, he understands the danger of waiting and is ready to provide you with the care you need.

A root canal is a procedure that works to save an infected tooth. When tooth decay progresses to a certain point, the inner tooth can be put at risk. The soft pulp, a bundle of nerves and blood vessels, can become infected. If this happens, you risk not only losing that tooth but the ones nearby. Infections are rarely content to sit in one place, and an infected tooth can spread the problem to those around it.


In some cases, it might not be possible to save a tooth. If this happens, the best path of action is usually tooth extraction. By removing the affected tooth, you protect the health of the rest of your mouth.

Severe injury to a tooth might also require immediate attention. If your tooth has been cracked, call to check if you need emergency treatment. A cracked tooth can lead to a whole range of future problems, and often it should be addressed without hesitation.

Call Maz Endodontics Today

Other dentists might offer emergency services, but only during regular business hours. At Maz Endodontics, we understand that emergencies don’t stick to regular schedules. Because of this, Dr. Maz is prepared to assist you at any hour. When you wake up in the middle of the night in extreme pain, he can help. If you suffer a dental accident early in the morning, he is there to fix it.

Whatever the time, Dr. Maz, endodontist Los Angeles, is dedicated to seeing you receive the emergency care you need. To learn more about our services, contact us today. We are also available by phone at 310-248-3636 at the office, or you can even call Dr. Maz’s personal cell phone for immediate assistance. He is available at 310-629-3636.

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