Regarding dental emergencies:

As a parent, it is not always easy to determine when a child needs immediate attention. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to call our office. One of our doctors is on call 24 hours, 7 days per week to give advice over the phone or assist you in the office as needed. Our phone number is 719-522-0123.


Dental pain can range from minor gum irritations to severe tooth infections. As a general rule, pain needs to be addressed quickly if it happens spontaneously, keeps your child awake at night, or doesn’t respond to pain relievers.

Cut or Bitten Tongue, Lip or Cheek:

You may apply cold compresses to injured areas to help control swelling and bleeding. If bleeding cannot be controlled by simple pressure, call our office or take your child to a hospital emergency room.

Knocked-Out PERMANENT Tooth:

Knocked-Out PRIMARY (Baby) Tooth:

Chipped or Fractured PERMANENT Tooth:

Pediatric Dentist - Dental EmergenciesChipped or Fractured PRIMARY (Baby) Tooth:

Severe Blow to the Head:

Possible Broken or Fractured Jaw: