Toothache

Call 911 if you have a medical emergency.

We will do our best to accommodate those in need of dental treatment right away.

Call us at 488-1988, or come by our office. If we are unable to accommodate you, we will refer you to another dentist in our office or to another dentist or dental specialist.

 

After hours: Visit your nearest hospital, or you may call:

Dr. Marc K. Nakamura: 377-1338

Dr. Blake T.K. Matsuura: 286-6021

Dr. Jon Ozaki: 255-2169

Email: [email protected]

Text: 808-498-2372

 

Urgent Care near our office:

Queen's Island Urgent Care Pearl Kai Shopping Center: 808-735-0007
Minute Clinic Long's Aiea: 866-389-2727
Urgent Care Hawaii, Pearl City: 808-784-2273

 

Please note:

In cases of infection, please see your nearest emergency room if: Fever greater than 102. Rapid swelling. Extended swelling - for example, to the corner of the eye or under the jaw. Swelling with breathing problems. Lethargy (fatigue).

 

For pain management:

If Tylenol Extra Strength or Ibuprofen is not enough, you can try alternating the two every 2-4 hours or taking them together every 4-6 hours if you are not allergic to either one. 

 

Dental Emergencies:

Toothaches

Sensitive Teeth

Lacerations and Cuts

Jaw Disorders

Canker/Cold Sores

Abscessed Tooth

Gum Disease (Gingivitis)

Impacted/Wisdom Teeth

 

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