Coronavirus Announcement Now Offering Telehealth Consultations! COVID-19 Patient Screening Form

Dear Patients and Parents,

We are thrilled to announce the immediate availability of our secure telehealth video service! We now offer fully HIPAA-compliant video conferencing for our patients and friends that is:

Our new video chat service is completely safe and secure, fully protects the privacy of the patient, and works on Android and iOS, on PCs and Macs! The software is fully vetted and tested so that our patients and friends can rest assured that their protected health information will remain private and secure. All you need to have is a computer, tablet or smartphone with Web Cam and audio capabilities and a good internet connection! We are now scheduling appointments for new and established patients to video chat directly with the dentist to review your existing treatment plans and/or answer any of your dental need questions. Patients may schedule video chat appointments by calling our office and speaking with our staff available during business hours Monday through Friday.

Sincerely,
W. Roger Long, DDS, PA
Bethany T. Wierzbicki, DMD, MBA

Adriana Albite, DMD

W. Roger Long, DDS

Bethany Wierzbicki, DMD, MBA

Quick Treatment for Dental Emergencies

Illustration of Emergency Dentist in Fort Pierce

Life can often be so unpredictable. You’ll never know when or where a dental emergency will happen. Luckily, there are plenty of emergency dentists in Fort Pierce who can help you deal with your problem. In the meantime, you’ll have to deal with your crisis the best way you can.  

If it is an emergency, there are plenty of things that you can do to help alleviate the pain or discomfort that you feel. Hopefully, you never have to encounter a dental emergency in your life. However, if you do, here are some quick treatments that you can do to help ease your pain.

On duty Emergency Dentist in Fort Pierce

How to Deal with Dental Emergencies

Tooth Pain

Toothaches are one of the most uncomfortable and painful experiences you can encounter. Whatever the causes of your tooth pain, you can always manage the pain by taking pain medication. While waiting for your emergency dentist, you can also apply a cold or hot compress to the area of the tooth to lessen the pain.  

Cracked or Broken Tooth

Cracking or breaking your teeth can cause pain in your mouth. If this ever happens to you, make sure you use warm water to rinse out your mouth and apply a cold compress to lessen the swelling. Over-the-counter pain medications will also help with pain management

Loose or Missing tooth

For this emergency, the first thing you need to do is stop the bleeding, if there is any. You can do so by rinsing with cold water or using a cold compress. As for your loose or knocked out tooth, try to place it back in the socket, or preserve it in a bowl of milk after calling your emergency dentist.

Emergency Dentist in Fort Pierce checking a patient

Looking for a Reliable Emergency Dentist Fort Pierce?

The best solution for a dental emergency is always to call your oral health professional. Here at Smooth Sailing Dental, we provide emergency dentistry to help you resolve your problem as quickly as possible. Call us anytime whenever you need help dealing with your dental emergency! 

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Coronavirus Announcement Now Offering Telehealth Consultations! COVID-19 Patient Screening Form

Dear Patients and Parents,

We are thrilled to announce the immediate availability of our secure telehealth video service! We now offer fully HIPAA-compliant video conferencing for our patients and friends that is:

Our new video chat service is completely safe and secure, fully protects the privacy of the patient, and works on Android and iOS, on PCs and Macs! The software is fully vetted and tested so that our patients and friends can rest assured that their protected health information will remain private and secure. All you need to have is a computer, tablet or smartphone with Web Cam and audio capabilities and a good internet connection! We are now scheduling appointments for new and established patients to video chat directly with the dentist to review your existing treatment plans and/or answer any of your dental need questions. Patients may schedule video chat appointments by calling our office and speaking with our staff available during business hours Monday through Friday.

Sincerely,
W. Roger Long, DDS, PA
Bethany T. Wierzbicki, DMD, MBA