Emergency Dental

Emergency Dentist Near New Hope, MNTooth pain over the weekend?

When you have a toothache everything else takes a back seat.  Tooth pain can flare up unannounced, over the weekend, or when your schedule is the most hectic.  But you need to remember, pain is a signal that something is wrong and sometimes a problem doesn’t disappear even if the pain subsides.

If you are not sure whether or not you are having a true dental emergency, answer the following questions:

  • Are your gums or teeth bleeding?
  • Are you in severe pain?
  • Do you have any loose teeth?
  • Have you been hit in the face or mouth?
  • Do you have any swelling in the mouth or facial area?
  • Do you have any bulges, swelling or knots in your gums?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, you might be having a dental emergency and should call our office to schedule an appointment.

Comfort Dental reserves time in our daily schedules for emergency patients. Call now to see Dr. Rizkalla.

We’ll keep you smiling!

New Operating Guidelines

During the COVID-9 pandemic, the wellbeing of our staff and patients is our highest priority. For this reason, we have implemented several changes in order to support a safe and healthy environment.

— If you are experiencing any symptoms of COVID-9 or any other illness, please reschedule your appointment. Dental appointments will be spaced in a manner that allows for proper social distancing between patients.

— When you arrive at the office, please remain in your car, call our office to let us know you are here, and a staff member will come out to meet you. The staff member will take your temperature with a no-touch thermometer and ask some COVID-19 screening questions. We request that you remain in your car until we call to let you know that your chair is ready.

— Please arrive at your appointment wearing your own mask. If you do not have a mask, we can provide one.

— Please wash your hands or use hand sanitizer before entering the office.

— We ask that patients do not bring others with them into the office, unless you are a parent or guardian of a patient who is a minor or has special needs. If you need to accompany a patient to the door, you will then be asked to wait in your vehicle or outside the office during their appointment.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to ask. We thank you in advance for your patience and understanding during this difficult time, and we look forward to seeing you at your next appointment!


Sincerely,
George Rizkalla, DDS Team

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