Roper Dental Group


Roper Emergency Dentist

Roper Dental Group offers your entire family comprehensive dental care that’s second to none.

When a tooth is broken or knocked out

Accidents sometimes happen, and occasionally a fall or a hard blow to the face can cause a tooth to fall out or be damaged. It’s essential to know how to react quickly and effectively in such circumstances. You can improve your chances of saving your tooth and reduce potential long-term effects by acting quickly and taking the necessary precautions.

In a dental emergency, feel better quickly

We are here to assist you with quick care if you have a toothache, a broken or knocked-out tooth, or any other dental emergency. As emergency dentists, we understand the pain and suffering you’re experiencing, and resolving your issue as soon as possible is our first concern. Please get in touch with us right away if the unexpected happens, and we’ll give your appointment top priority so that you receive help as soon as possible.

Call our office to find out how you can achieve your whitest smile.

Soft-tissue injury treatment:

Pain, swelling, and bleeding are possible side effects of injuries to the tongue, lips, gums, and cheeks. Rinse your mouth with warm water to ease irritation, and use moistened gauze or a tea bag to gently press on the affected area. 

Additionally, by applying a cool compress to the outside of your cheek or mouth, you can lessen swelling and cut down on bleeding.

It is crucial to seek quick medical help if bleeding continues for 20 to 30 minutes despite the application of ice and pressure. Visit your dentist right away or proceed to the emergency room for additional testing.

Keep in mind that if you are in pain because of an injury to your mouth or teeth, it is a dental emergency, and you should not wait to get help. A damaged or injured tooth has a much better chance of being saved if you act quickly.

What Our Client Says


Best service ever! From the front desk staff to being in the chair with Dr. Matt Roper, the care & consideration is stellar! Thank you!

David S.
Very pleasant, knowledgeable staff and always available when needed!
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Frequently Ask Question

More questions? We’re ready to help. Give us a call at 480-963-9900 or book your free consultation now.
Immediate response and appropriate first-aid care are critical for effectively preventing dental emergencies. Toothaches, broken teeth, knocked-out teeth, missing fillings, damaged orthodontics, and bleeding or pain following tooth extraction are among the most common dental emergencies. For quick and effective care during such circumstances, contact Roper Dental’s dentists.
We are aware that most people find dental pain to be extremely painful and intolerable, especially in the case of any breakage or damage. To reduce discomfort and swelling, you can take over-the-counter drugs. Call us right away so we can make your appointment and conduct a thorough analysis of the issue.
Although sensitivity may not seem significant, it might indicate a variety of problems, such as extensive gum recession or even a serious infection. Make sure to contact our staff as soon as you notice sensitivity in your teeth so that our experienced dentists can assist you in identifying the reason behind it.
You can, indeed. Life doesn’t always go as planned, but we are here to help you get through this trying time and are skilled in providing you with comfort in times of dental emergency. We give you a same-day appointment and take care of the problem right away, so you can carry on as usual.
Warm water should be used to rinse your mouth to clean the region surrounding the damaged tooth. If there is any bleeding, cover the area with a clean towel or a piece of cotton and hold it there for 10 minutes or until the bleeding stops. To minimize swelling, apply a cool compress to the cheek’s or mouth’s outer surface. To figure out the best direction for treatment and determine the severity of the damage, make an appointment with a dental professional.