Roper Dental Group

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

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Treating Soft-Tissue Injuries

Injuries to the tongue, lips, gums, and cheeks may result in pain, swelling, and bleeding. To alleviate discomfort, rinse your mouth with warm water and apply gentle pressure to the affected area using moistened gauze or a teabag. Additionally, you can reduce swelling and minimize bleeding by applying a cold compress to the outer part of your cheek or mouth.

If the bleeding persists for 20-30 minutes despite applying ice and pressure, it is essential to seek professional medical attention promptly. Urgently visit your dentist or go to the emergency room for further evaluation.

Remember, if you are experiencing pain due to an injury in your mouth or teeth, it is considered a dental emergency, and you should not delay seeking treatment. Acting swiftly significantly increases the chances of preserving a damaged or injured tooth.

What Our Client Says

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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!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.
To effectively prevent dental emergencies, prompt response and proper first aid treatment are essential. Common types of dental emergencies include toothaches, fractured teeth, knocked-out teeth, lost fillings, broken orthodontics, and bleeding or pain after tooth extraction. Reach out to our dentists at Vista Dorada for quick and efficient treatment during such emergencies
We understand that dental pain is very terrible and unbearable for most people especially when they undergo any damage or breakage. You can use over-the-counter medications to mitigate pain and swelling. And after that, call us immediately so we can schedule your appointment and deeply analyze the problem.
Sensitivity might not be a big deal; however, it points out different issues which include advanced gum recession or sometimes a serious infection. Our expert dentists help you identify the reason behind sensitivity so make sure you get in touch with our team as soon as you feel sensitivity to your teeth.
Yes, you can. Sometimes life doesn’t go as planned, but we are here to help you go through this painful time and know what it takes to give you relief during dental emergencies. We give you a same-day appointment and quickly resolve the issue so you can return to your normal activities.
Rinse your mouth with warm water to clean the area around the broken tooth. If there is any bleeding, apply a piece of gauze or a clean cloth to the area for about 10 minutes or until the bleeding stops. Apply a cold compress to the outside of the mouth or cheek to reduce swelling. Contact your dentist for an appointment to assess the extent of the damage and determine the appropriate treatment.