Emergency Dentist Lancaster

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Some surprises are more pleasant than others. A tooth injury or loss can be a very unpleasant experience. We all know that prevention is key to stopping oral health problems from getting worse over time. However, some things are beyond our control.

Porcelain veneers, for example, can crack when you eat, and fillings can fall out over time. Dentures can break, and crowns are also susceptible to falling out. All of these things can happen, no matter how well you have tried to prevent them. While the unexpected will always happen, it doesn’t mean you have to suffer in pain for weeks or days before you can visit your dentist.

Elite Dental and Orthodontics knows you have better things to do than deal with a dental emergency. We offer same-day appointments to patients who need immediate dental care.

About Us - Dentist in Lancaster, CA

Our Philosophy: Beyond Dentistry

Elite Dental and Orthodontics in Lancaster is proud to offer comprehensive care. Our system is built on three fundamental principles: excellence, trust, and outstanding patient care. We are not just here to fix teeth but to make people happy.

All our patients receive holistic dental care, considering all their needs. Our mission at Elite Dental is to provide the best possible service. Our technology, personalized care, and ongoing education will help you achieve the perfect smile.

Meet Dr. Danesh

Dr. Danesh is a leader in the dental field. He has been at the forefront for many years. He studied at the Herman Ostrow School of Dentistry of USC, UCLA, and the Keck School of Medicine of USC. He is dedicated to more than just high standards in dentistry. He also makes sure that every patient feels heard and valued.

Dr. Danesh is a member of prestigious institutions like the American Dental Association, the California Dental Association, the Armenian Dental Association of California, and the Alpha Omega Dental Fraternity. He works with professionals who share his commitment to advancing dental innovations, community service, and education.

Join us at Elite Dental and Orthodontics, where your smile will be our masterpiece. Let’s create something truly beautiful together.

 

Our Dental Services at Lancaster, CA

We offer a wide range of dental services to meet the individual needs of each patient. Learn more about our dental services below.

 

 
 

Our cleanings remove plaque and tartar that build up despite regular brushing. Our hygienists can also remove surface stains from your teeth. This not only enhances your smile but also helps prevent cavities and gum disease.

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Our cleanings remove plaque and tartar that can build up even with regular brushing. Our hygienists are trained to remove surface stains from your teeth. This not only improves your smile but also helps prevent cavities and gum disease.

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For our tooth removals, we prioritize your comfort and healing. We treat you with care and precision. Click on the image to learn more.

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Upgrade your smile with our new fillings. Say goodbye to cheap-looking metal fillings! Our fillings blend seamlessly with your natural smile, enhancing its beauty and durability against cavities. Click the image to learn more.



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Crowns can be used to restore damaged or decayed teeth under certain conditions, protecting and reinforcing your natural teeth. They are designed to fit over broken or decayed teeth, providing a long-lasting solution for several years. Click on the image to learn more.

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Elite Dental offers a full array of aesthetic dentistry services because we believe everyone deserves a beautiful smile. Our cosmetic dentistry options include teeth whitening, veneers, bonding, and fully customized dental care designed to address your aesthetic concerns. These services can transform your smile, boosting your confidence and giving you a reason to smile brighter.

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Invisalign is the modern solution for straightening teeth, without the hassle of traditional braces. It involves a series of clear, removable aligners, custom-made for each person. These aligners gently and comfortably move teeth into the desired position over time.

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Enhance your smile with professional whitening. Our office provides a variety of treatments, from instant whitening kits to convenient at-home kits. Click on the image to learn more.




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We offer a variety of solutions to enhance both the look and function of your smile:

Full Dentures:

Full dentures provide a complete set of teeth for those missing all their teeth on one or both sides. They restore confidence in your smile.

Partial Dentures:

Partial dentures are ideal if you have gaps between teeth with some natural tooth structure remaining. These removable appliances fill spaces or replace missing teeth, improving your smile’s appearance and supporting your remaining natural teeth.

Temporary Subparts:

For those seeking a more permanent solution, implants are recommended. Temporary partial dentures offer an immediate smile enhancement and improved oral function.

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Tooth Pain Can Ruin Your Plans

A chipped or broken tooth, or a cracked crown, may not seem like a "dental emergency," but there are some things to consider. When damaged, the mouth's highly sensitive nerves can cause anything from mild irritation to severe pain. The severity of the injury can lead to discomfort, swelling, and even reduce your ability to eat, speak, or sleep. Dental pain can be excruciating, and it may seem like the pain will never stop. If you are experiencing such pain now, our emergency services offer a range of treatments. We can repair everything from cracked teeth to swollen and missing gums.

What Can Cause Sudden Tooth Damage?

IIt's impossible to predict when you will need an emergency dentist in Lancaster. Here are some examples: Sports injuries (especially among children and teens) Slip and fall injuries Car accidents that cause serious injuries Damaged or failed dental work, such as cracked fillings or loose crowns Eating sticky or hard foods Running into a solid object Getting hit by a hard-flying item These are just a few things that you can't prepare for. Life has a sneaky way of catching you off guard and leaving you in pain.

Why Should I Choose You Instead of the ER for Emergency Dental Treatment?

Doctors in emergency rooms are trained to treat medical emergencies, but they don't have experience in dental care. While they can help stop bleeding and manage your problem temporarily, they cannot restore damaged teeth. If you go to an emergency room for dental pain, the staff can give you pain relief, but they cannot find out what's causing it or fix the issue. You should visit a dentist. Even if you go to an emergency room, you will likely need to see a dentist afterward. Save yourself time, money, and pain by coming to us for emergency dental treatment.

Planning Your Visit

It is simple to plan your dental visit. From the moment you call us to make an appointment, we want you to have a stress-free and comfortable experience. Here’s what you should know:

Booking an Appointment: Call us or book online for a time that suits you. Our staff will be happy to help you choose a time that works for you and answer any questions.

The Day of the Visit: Come a few moments early to complete any required paperwork. If you are a new patient, you will need to fill out a medical history form. The waiting room is designed to make you feel comfortable and relaxed.

At Your Appointment: Our dental team will review your dental history and address any concerns that you may have. We will explain the results of our examination and suggest a treatment plan tailored to your specific needs.

After Your Appointment: We will provide you with instructions on any subsequent care or treatment. Our staff can help you schedule any additional appointments.

We strive to make your experience as pleasant and smooth as possible. Please contact us if you need any assistance or have questions. We look forward to caring for your dental health.

 
 

What Are the Types of Procedures That an Emergency Dentist Performs?

Our team provides the same services you would receive in a regular dental appointment. The two main issues we deal with during an emergency dental visit are:

Damage

It is quite common for teeth to be damaged in an accident. Damage can happen in a car accident, workplace injury, or sports accident. Most adults don’t think about a cracked tooth when playing pickup basketball, but it does happen. If you experience any of these everyday incidents that can cause tooth damage, it is important to act quickly to fix it. We can repair a chipped or cracked tooth as well as a knocked-out tooth.

Visit our clinic if you need urgent dental restoration. We can quickly achieve results with dental bonding. It is a tooth-colored resin that can be applied to your tooth and then hardened with a dental light. The entire procedure can be done in a single sitting, so you can come in with a cracked tooth and walk out with one that is fully restored. There are other solutions, such as dental crowns and veneers, that can be used to repair damage. However, they usually require two visits.

If your tooth is knocked out in an accident, or has come loose, we can provide emergency dental treatment. Bring the tooth to our dental clinic as soon as you find it. Rinse it and place it in milk. It is possible to put the tooth back into your mouth. We can also discuss other options such as dentures, dental bridges, and dental implants. Call (310) 641-8890 to find out more.

Toothaches

Many suffer from severe toothaches. This is why many people choose to seek immediate care rather than wait until Monday or the dentist opens in the morning. We can offer relief when a toothache occurs. It doesn’t have to be unbearable. Elite Dental and Orthodontics found that most toothaches are not sudden. There are usually signs, such as discomfort when biting, sensitivity to cold or heat, and irritation while brushing or flossing. We encourage you to schedule an appointment with a dentist at (310) 641-8890  if you feel any of these symptoms. We can check your teeth for signs of decay or infection and treat them before the discomfort becomes unbearable. We will work with your schedule to find an appointment time that works for you. If you don’t come in immediately and develop a severe toothache, we will see you.

A severe infection or decay can cause a toothache. We may have to perform a procedure called a root canal to resolve the problem. This can be done during emergency dental care. The infection causes the pain, so removing it immediately will make you feel better. We will first numb the affected area, administer anesthesia, and then make a small opening in your tooth to remove the infected part. The area will then be cleaned and sealed. We will make every effort to ensure the procedure is as comfortable as possible. You will feel much better after the procedure. Occasionally, it may be necessary to restore the damaged tooth with a filling or crown. In this case, we can complete the treatment immediately or book a second appointment.Contact us today!



Contact Us

Ready to schedule your visit or have questions about our services? Contact Elite Dental and Orthodontics today. We’re here to provide you with the information you need and to help you take the first step towards a healthier, brighter smile. Schedule an appointment with an experienced dentist in Lancaster, CA.

phone

(310) 641-8890

email

info@elitedentalandorthodontics.com

Address

8930 South Sepulveda Blvd. Suite 117 Los Angeles, CA 90045

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