Emergency dentist in Green Bay

what is a dental emergency?

More things count as a dental emergency than you may think. If you’re experiencing any serious oral pain, discomfort, or bleeding, or think that you have a damaged tooth, you should see a dentist like Dr. Sam Schmidt right away. At Titletown Dental, we are here to help you restore your oral health, prevent further complications, and get back to your day-to-day routine. Contact us now for a same-day, after-hours, or weekend emergency dental appointment in Green Bay.

*same day appointments pending schedule availability

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Did you know…

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A toothache that lasts more than 1-2 days could indicate an infected tooth, which is a very serious dental emergency that requires immediate treatment.

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$74 Emergency Visit

Offer Includes:

Emergency Exam

Dr. Schmitt will perform a focused exam to find out the source of your toothache, or the extent of any oral trauma you may have experienced.

Digital X-Rays

Safe and effective, digital x-rays create crisp images of what’s going on beneath the surface of your teeth and gums, so we can get a complete picture of the state of your oral health.

Discounted Extractions

If your dental emergency necessitates an extraction, you’ll receive a discount on the service, so you can get the relief you deserve.

what to do in a dental emergency:

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Call Titletown Dental Right Away

First, call our office to schedule an appointment and tell us about the situation. We can schedule your appointment right away, and our dental team will tell you more about what to do to keep your mouth healthy until your appointment.

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recover your tooth, fragments, or dental work

If you’ve lost a tooth, grab it by the top, then rinse it off and put it into a container of cold milk. If your tooth is broken, recover the fragments and put them into a container of cold milk. Lost dental work should be recovered, if possible, and put into a small plastic bag.

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take steps to stay comfortable

You can absorb blood with a piece of gauze, a clean cotton ball, or paper towels. Over-the-counter pain relievers can help with pain. Icing the area may also help relieve your discomfort.

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come to our office asap

You can’t fix a dental emergency on your own. So no matter what’s wrong, make sure you come to our office to see Dr. Schmidt as soon as possible. At Titletown Dental, we can provide you with the care you need to restore your smile and relieve your pain.

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Laughing Gas or Minimally Inhaled Sedation

This method of sedation is ideal if you are nervous about an upcoming dental procedure or appointment, but want to avoid being deeply sedated. Your dentist will pump a mixture of nitrous oxide (laughing gas) and oxygen through a nose mask, and you’ll breathe through this mask whenever you’re directed to do so.

As you breathe in the gas, you’ll feel less nervous, and may experience a “floaty” or “dreamy” feeling. Although you may feel a little disconnected from what’s happening around you, you won’t fall asleep, and you will remain aware of what’s going on during your procedure.

A few of the best benefits of this sedation method is that side effects are minimal, and the effects of the sedation wear off within a few minutes of the nose mask being removed. You can drive yourself home and get back to your day-to-day routine immediately after your treatment.

Oral Conscious Sedation

Oral conscious sedation uses a strong pill or liquid sedative that you’ll take about 30-60 minutes before your appointment. Once the sedative takes effect, you’ll begin to feel groggy and tired. In some cases, you may end up falling asleep during your appointment.

With oral conscious sedation, anterograde amnesia is very common. This means you may forget much of your procedure. 

Side effects are more prolonged compared to nitrous oxide sedation. Grogginess will likely continue well-after your appointment, so you will not be able to drive or operate heavy machinery for a least 4-6 hours. You will need to arrange for someone to drive you to and from our office if you choose oral conscious sedation.

IV Sedation

IV sedation uses the same medication as oral conscious sedation, but it is delivered directly into your bloodstream via an IV. This means you’ll be sedated more deeply and the sedation will take effect almost immediately after it’s introduced to your bloodstream. 

It’s very common to fall asleep during your treatment with IV sedation. Although you may forget much, if not all, of your procedure, you can still be woken up and respond to commands.  

Like oral conscious sedation, you may feel “out of it” for 4-6 hours or longer after your treatment. You will not be able to drive yourself home after your procedure, so you will need to arrange for someone to drive you to and from our office on the day of your appointment.

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Laughing Gas or Minimally Inhaled Sedation

This method of sedation is ideal if you are nervous about an upcoming dental procedure or appointment, but want to avoid being deeply sedated. Your dentist will pump a mixture of nitrous oxide (laughing gas) and oxygen through a nose mask, and you’ll breathe through this mask whenever you’re directed to do so.

As you breathe in the gas, you’ll feel less nervous, and may experience a “floaty” or “dreamy” feeling. Although you may feel a little disconnected from what’s happening around you, you won’t fall asleep, and you will remain aware of what’s going on during your procedure.

A few of the best benefits of this sedation method is that side effects are minimal, and the effects of the sedation wear off within a few minutes of the nose mask being removed. You can drive yourself home and get back to your day-to-day routine immediately after your treatment.

Oral Conscious Sedation

Oral conscious sedation uses a strong pill or liquid sedative that you’ll take about 30-60 minutes before your appointment. Once the sedative takes effect, you’ll begin to feel groggy and tired. In some cases, you may end up falling asleep during your appointment.

With oral conscious sedation, anterograde amnesia is very common. This means you may forget much of your procedure. 

Side effects are more prolonged compared to nitrous oxide sedation. Grogginess will likely continue well-after your appointment, so you will not be able to drive or operate heavy machinery for a least 4-6 hours. You will need to arrange for someone to drive you to and from our office if you choose oral conscious sedation.

IV Sedation

IV sedation uses the same medication as oral conscious sedation, but it is delivered directly into your bloodstream via an IV. This means you’ll be sedated more deeply and the sedation will take effect almost immediately after it’s introduced to your bloodstream. 

It’s very common to fall asleep during your treatment with IV sedation. Although you may forget much, if not all, of your procedure, you can still be woken up and respond to commands.  

Like oral conscious sedation, you may feel “out of it” for 4-6 hours or longer after your treatment. You will not be able to drive yourself home after your procedure, so you will need to arrange for someone to drive you to and from our office on the day of your appointment.

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same day appointments

We offer same-day appointments for all of our patients at Titletown Dental. Call us at (920) 399-0428 to speak with our office staff and schedule your appointment immediately. The sooner you get care, the better!

*same day available pending schedule availability

after-hours appointments

We’re flexible, and we know that accidents don’t just happen from 9-5. We offer after-hours appointments upon request for current patients and will try to fit in new patients whenever possible for emergency care. If you need to schedule an after-hours appointment, call our team to discuss your situation and get the help you need.

Did you know…

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An adult knocked out tooth can be saved by putting it back in place or in milk

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why do I need immediate care?

Getting same-day, after-hours, or weekend care means you’ll resolve your dental emergency as quickly as possible. This is important for a lot of reasons. First, you’ll get relief from your pain and discomfort, and you’ll be able to go back to your normal daily routine.

You’ll also reduce your risk of further complications. Not only does this simplify your treatment, but it also saves you money. For example, if you get help for a painful tooth and get a root canal right away, this may save you from needing a tooth extraction and replacement with a dental implant. Replacing your tooth would be a much more complex, invasive, and costly treatment.

Did you know…

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Sedation can be used to control an overactive gag-reflex, fear of needles, or a low-pain threshold.

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