How can we help you?
Dr. Brittaney Glazer understands the importance of patient education. She and the staff at Glazer Family Dentistry know that good oral care is essential for one’s overall health, and the more knowledge our patients have about dental care, the better their oral health will tend to be.
There are number of questions patients ask quite frequently, so we have included those below for your convenience. But if you have a question that is not included in the list, we invite you to contact us.
Whether your question has to do with your oral care specifically or your oral health generally, we want to educate you. When you have knowledge, you can make more informed decisions about your treatment options. So never hesitate to ask us questions.
At Glazer Family Dentistry, we care about the health of you and your entire family!
The short answer is YES! We understand emergencies happen and sometimes pain cannot wait. That’s why we block out time in our schedule everyday for emergency appointments. We will try our best to see you as promptly as possible. Call 214-774-9906 to schedule your appointment today!
We understand toothaches are very painful and often happen at the most inconvenient times. Whether it’s a toothache, lost crown or filling, or any other dental emergency, we are equipped to relieve your discomfort. Many treatment options are available to restore and protect your teeth from future damage. Do not hesitate to call us if you are experiencing pain because untreated symptoms can develop into more complications.
Our staff will provide timely assistance in all emergency situations. We will make every effort to see you as soon as possible, most of the time you will be seen the same day. We also offer flexible office hours and weekend appointments to accommodate the needs of our patients.
During emergency appointments, diagnostic x-rays and a thorough examination will help Dr. Glazer isolate the problem and present treatment options. Our staff will always discuss cost prior to any treatment rendered. Give our office a call at 214-774-9906 to schedule your emergency exam today.
If you suspect a filling has come out... don't panic! Call our office and schedule an appointment to prevent further damage to your tooth. Fillings often become loose when decay develops underneath the existing restoration. It is common for older amalgam (silver) fillings to fracture due to their age. Food particles and bacteria can become wedged in between the tooth and filling material and are difficult to clean. Over time, these particles will develop into cavities underneath the filling and further compromise the tooth structure. Unfortunately, these cavities can remain unnoticed as they grow larger until they reach the nerve of the tooth resulting in severe pain and requiring extensive treatment.
If you suspect a filling has come out... don't panic and call our office!
If you lost a filling and experience no symptoms, the tooth is unprotected and may become sensitive to temperature and air. To prevent further damage to the nerve and preserve tooth structure, schedule an appointment with Dr. Glazer to restore the tooth back to health. If you think you might have lost a filling, give our office a call at 214-774-9906.