Emergency Dentistry Annapolis: You’re in good Hands with Dr. Steckler

What is a Dental Emergency?

A dental emergency is any oral health problem that could be potential serious and should not be ignored, including:

  1. Toothache
  2. A Chipped or Broken Tooth
  3. Knocked-out Tooth
  4. Broken Braces
  5. Abscess
  1. Soft Tissue Injuries
  2. Extruded Tooth
  3. Object caught between Teeth
  4. Lost Filling
  5. Lost Crown

Ignoring a dental problem can increase the risk of permanent damage as well as the need for more extensive and expensive treatment later on. So don’t delay, schedule an appointment with your dentist right away. You need emergency dental services.

What is Emergency Dentistry?

There are times when a toothache, abscessed tooth, or other oral health problems requires immediate attention. In these instances, you need an emergency dentist. He/she will be able to address the pain issues and help prevent further damage. These are often temporary fixes, designed to stabilize the situation until a permanent repair can be performed later.

Unfortunately, emergency dental services aren’t as readily available as you would think.

Emergency Dentistry Annapolis: You’re in good Hands with Dr. Steckler

Accidents happen. That is just life. Whether you have a toothache or broken tooth or your son or daughter has his/her tooth knocked out while playing with their friends or while playing a sport, Dr. Steckler and the emergency dentistry specialists at Annapolis Dental Care are here to help. We can get you in quickly and fix the problem right in our office. We schedule early morning and evening appointments and maintain a well-supplied and well-equipped office so we can respond to emergencies with same-day care.

If you have any questions about Emergency Dentistry Annapolis, or if you wish to schedule an appointment, please contact Annapolis Dental Care by calling (410) 267-0766 or visit AnnapolisDentalCare.com today! You can also follow Annapolis Dental Care on FacebookTwitter, and Google+.


  1. American Dental Association: “Dental Emergencies.”
  2. FamilyDoctor.org: “Tooth Problems.”
  3. American Association of Orthodontists: “Prevent Accidents: but know what to do if one occurs.”
  4. Handling Dental Emergencies WebMD
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