- General Dentistry
- Cosmetic Dentistry
- Special Therapy
- Appliance Dentistry
"The staff is so caring and sensitive here it amazes me and so clean and up to current trends and technology."
Claire L., Pepperell
Emergency Dental Care
I think I have a dental emergency. What should I do?
Please give us a call! At New Hampshire Center for Comprehensive Dentistry we do our best to respond to your problem promptly. We set aside time each day to be available for our existing active patients requiring emergency care, and depending on availability, may also invite new patients into the office for emergency care.
Please do not hesitate to call us if you have a dental problem or pain - we will always do our best to help.
What exactly is considered a dental emergency?
If you're in pain or discomfort, you should be seen as soon as possible. The following are some examples of dental emergencies.
- Tooth pain
- Broken tooth
- Swelling of gum
- Swelling of cheek
- Sensitivity to hot or cold
- Bad taste in mouth
- Bleeding gums
Some of these may be signs of infection of your tooth or gum. Infection never resolves on its own and left untreated can progress and affect other areas of your body.
How can I schedule an emergency appointment?
If you need an dental emergency appointment, please call our office at (603) 262-1299, or e-mail us at info@NHCCD.com.