EMERGENCY DENTAL CARE

EMERGENCY DENTAL CARE

If a Dental Emergency Occurs, You Can Count On Us.

If you experience a dental emergency, we’re here to help. Some injuries need attention in our office and others can be managed at home. During regular scheduled office hours, call Munster Dental Care at (219) 836-9999 or after hours emergency care by paging Dr. Kaszuba at (219) 222-0741. 

Please call as soon as possible so we can determine if we need to see you or if we can guide you through handling the situation to treat the pain or injury at home. When paging Dr. Kaszuba, please leave your name and phone number with the area code so we may contact you promptly.

Some of the most common dental emergencies include:

  • Tooth pain
  • Swollen or painful gums or jaw
  • Broken or cracked tooth
  • Tooth knocked out (Critical to be seen within 1 hour of accident)
  • Filling or crown comes out
  • Damaged denture or partial
  • Cut and bleeding lip or tongue

Injuries don’t always look as serious as they may be, and without receiving an evaluation by our office, you risk the chance of more serious problems occurring, especially in children. The sooner you call us, the better your chance of avoiding unnecessary complications. Call Munster Dental Care immediately when dental emergencies occur – your health is our number one concern.

If a Dental Emergency Occurs, You Can Count On Us.

If you experience a dental emergency, we’re here to help. Some injuries need attention in our office and others can be managed at home. During regular scheduled office hours, call Munster Dental Care at (219) 836-9999 or after hours emergency care by paging Dr. Kaszuba at (219) 222-0741. 

Please call as soon as possible so we can determine if we need to see you or if we can guide you through handling the situation to treat the pain or injury at home. When paging Dr. Kaszuba, please leave your name and phone number with the area code so we may contaqct you promptly.

Some of the most common dental emergencies include:

  • Tooth pain
  • Swollen or painful gums or jaw
  • Broken or cracked tooth
  • Tooth knocked out (Critical to be seen within 1 hour of accident)
  • Filling or crown comes out
  • Damaged denture or partial
  • Cut and bleeding lip or tongue

Injuries don’t always look as serious as they may be, and without receiving an evaluation by our office, you risk the chance of more serious problems occurring, especially in children. The sooner you call us, the better your chance of avoiding unnecessary complications. Call Munster Dental Care immediately when dental emergencies occur – your health is our number one concern.

Don't let your health wait.