New Patients (304) 250-9637

Current Patients (304) 229-2181

4325 Gerrardstown Rd Inwood, WV 25428

Emergency Dentistry Inwood, WV

Dental Emergency ServicesAn Overview

Dental emergencies happen. When they do, you want to know that you can receive prompt, quality care to restore your smile. Dr. Kenneth Banks provides emergency dentistry services. In the event of a dental emergency, it is important to remain calm and contact our Inwood, WV dentist office immediately for advice.

In a dental emergency contact our Inwood, WV dentist office immediately at : 304-229-2181.

Our dental care team will do everything they can to accommodate your dental emergency as soon as possible.

Comprehensive Dental Care

Our Inwood, WV dentist office approaches dentistry with compassion and aims to provide every patient with the highest standard of dental care. We provide general, cosmetic and restorative dental procedures in our state of the art dental facility. We utilize CEREC CAD/CAM technology for same day dental restorations in a single visit. For anyone with dental anxiety, sedation dentistry can help you to overcome their fear of the dentist and receive the emergency dental care necessary to restore your dental health and your smile.

Areas We Serve

We proudly serve West Virginia, Virginia, and Maryland with over 30 years of quality dental experience. We accept new patients from Shepherdstown, WV, Martinsburg, WV, Charles Town, WV, Winchester, VA, Leesburg, VA, Hagerstown, MD, Inwood, WV and Jefferson County areas.

Dental Emergency Services FAQs

What should I do if I loose a tooth?

If a permanent tooth gets knocked out or falls out try to locate the tooth. If you can find the tooth, be sure to try and only touch the crown of the tooth. Do not try and remove any of the roots. You can rinse the tooth, but do not scrub it. The ADA recommends placing the tooth in a container with your own saliva or with milk for a chance at replacing the tooth. Call our Inwood, WV dentist office right away. Dr. Banks will try to see you as soon as possible. If the tooth is not able to be saved, our dentist office provides options for replacing missing teeth.

What should I do if my crown or filling breaks or falls out?

In the event that a dental restoration falls out or breaks, try to locate the resotration to bring with you to the dentist. In a small amount of cases, Dr. Banks may be able to preserve the restoration. NEVER try to glue or reattach the restoration on your own. Contact our Inwood dentist office as soon as possible to prevent further damage. Dr. Banks uses CEREC CAD/CAM technology for same day dentistry dental restorations. Many patients may be able to have their crown or filling restored in just one visit.

Is tooth pain a dental emergency?

If you are experiencing severe tooth pain, it is important to get to the dentist as soon as possible. Cavities and gum disease are common causes of tooth pain. In rare cases, an absess may be causing the pain and it is essential to seek treatement quickly to prevent further damage.