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Emergency Dentistry

Emergency Dentist in Sandpoint, ID

When life throws a surprise your way and you need an emergency dentist , Mt. Baldy Dental Center has got your back! Tooth trouble or pain? Call us at (208) 263-6806, and we’ll see you as fast as we can. We want you to feel better and get back to your life, and will have you smiling again in no time!

We help with every

Dental Emergency

Dental surprises can strike when you least expect them. Here are some common problems we fix during emergency appointments:

  • Severe toothaches
  • Knocked-out teeth
  • Cracked or fractured teeth
  • Broken or lost dental restorations
  • Oral infections and abscesses
  • Soft tissue injuries
  • Loose teeth
  • Bleeding or swollen gums

At Mt. Baldy Dental Center, your comfort comes first. If you’re having a dental emergency, call us right away at (208) 263-6806. Our friendly team will help you and try to get you in for treatment on the same day.

What to expect

During your emergency appointment:

  1. We’ll aim for a same-day appointment.
  2. Our dentist and team will ensure your comfort and relaxation.
  3. Dr. House will diagnose the issue and help plan future treatment.

Want to know more about our emergency treatments?
Call (208) 263-6806.

Frequently Asked Questions

Don’t see the answer you’re looking for? Our team is more than happy to answer your questions.

What should I do after a dental emergency?

Seek professional help as soon as possible. Faster treatment from our dentists increases the chances of a simpler solution.

I have a knocked-out or chipped tooth. What should I do?

Keep the damaged tooth wet. Carefully attempt repositioning it, or store it in milk or between your gums and cheeks. Use a cold compress on your cheek to reduce swelling.

How can I stop a toothache?

Start by cleaning your mouth with warm water. Gently use dental floss to remove stuck debris. Avoid applying medicine. Rinse with salt water and use a warm compress. Call us for assistance at (208) 263-6806.

What if I have a cut or injury to my tongue, lips, or cheeks during a dental emergency?

Gently clean the area with water. Apply a clean cloth or gauze if there’s bleeding. If the bleeding is severe or doesn’t stop, seek medical attention. Our dentist can also help assess the oral injury during your emergency visit.

What our patients are saying

Patient Reviews

Over 150+ reviews and counting on Google..

That was the best dental exam I have had in a long time. Very thorough and professional. Exceptional treatment from the front desk to the exam room. Keep up the good work.
Dr House and his staff are wonderful. They took time and explained my treatment plan to me in terms that I could understand. They were very professional. I would recommend them as a dentist.


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Great staff from the front desk to the hygienists to the dentists. They are always friendly and on time. I’ve been going here for years and highly recommend.
I’ve been at Mt Baldy Dental since it opened. I feel like part of the family and I always have a positive experience!
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