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What is a Dental Emergency?

In an effort to support the national effort to fight the COVID-19 pandemic Georgetown Smile is taking all the necessary steps to help assure your health and well-being of our community. We will continue to serve our community for Emergency Dental Visits.

What is a Dental Emergency?

Dental Care that you should have taken care of by a dentist at this time:

  • Bleeding doesn’t stop

  • Painful Swelling in or around your mouth

  • Pain in a tooth, teeth or jaw bone

  • Gum infection with pain or swelling

  • After surgery treatment (dressing change, stick removal)

  • Booked or knocked out tooth

  • Denture Adjustments for people receiving radiation or other treatment for cancer

  • Snipping or adjusting wire of braces that hurts your cheek or gums

  • Biopsy of Abnormal tissue

Dental Care you can reschedule for another time:

  • Regular visits for exams, cleaning, and X-Rays

  • Regular visits for braces

  • Removal of teeth that aren’t painful

  • Treatment of cavities that are not painful

  • Tooth Whitening

We will have a soft re-opening of the office on May 18th with strict adherence to CDC and ADA guidelines. We will be able to see patients for cleanings, x-rays, exams, treatment of cavities, teeth whitening, and more.

To schedule your appointment please call our office at (202) 333-0003. Our office is open at 8:00 AM-2:00 PM Monday-Friday.

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