Emergency Dentistry

Emergency Dentistry

Dental emergencies don’t run on a schedule, and at Dentalogics, we understand that. When these problems arise, we will make time for you by staying late, shifting appointments, and focusing on getting you out of pain with our emergency dentistry in Los Angeles

Emergency Dentist Q&A

Whatever the dental emergency, you should be seen as soon as possible! Call our office in Los Angeles, California, and we’ll do our very best to get you in that day to be treated and feel better in no time.

Dental emergencies are no joke. Let’s review what is and what isn’t a dental emergency in Los Angeles.

Emergency Dentist Q&A


Dental trauma involving a lost tooth is a dental emergency! If your permanent tooth falls out of your mouth due to injury, Dr. Gabi suggests gently cleaning off the root, if still intact, and trying to replace it in the socket in the appropriate orientation as soon as possible. If you can replace the tooth within 30 minutes, research shows a much higher percentage of keeping your original tooth! Other tips include storing the tooth in saliva (like in your cheek), or milk. You should not wait over two hours to be seen by a dental professional.

Dental trauma involving a broken tooth is a dental emergency. If you are experiencing pain, please come into our Los Angeles office ASAP. We will do our absolute best to squeeze you into that day’s schedule.


Dental abscess is a dental emergency and should be treated immediately. Dental swellings could spread and become dangerous situations if not treated properly.


If your gums are spontaneously bleeding, yet you have regular cleanings and checkups, this is a dental emergency. Please visit your medical doctor immediately to check the status of your health, and let Dr. Gabi at Dentalogics know as soon as possible. Bleeding gums could be a symptom of more serious health conditions.


Unless you’re in extreme pain, a broken cusp of a molar is not a dental emergency. For these cases, we will book you at our next available spot.

Dental Emergency


30 minutes or longer

To properly evaluate the problem, an X-ray of the affected area, along with a 15 to 30-minute examination, is necessary to truly define the issue at hand. Within those 30 minutes, Dr. Gabi will evaluate your dental situation and give you a clear plan of what needs to be done to make you feel comfortable again.

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