Emergency / After Hours
Dental emergencies range from a painful toothache to a severe oral or facial injury. No one plans dental emergencies, and that’s why Glick Dental Associates offers same-day emergency dental service – so we are there when you need us.
If you or someone in your family has a dental problem requiring immediate attention, we will attempt to arrange to see you sometime during that same day. We are proud of our ability to respond quickly to urgent situations. In fact, if there is no other way to solve the problem, we will make arrangements to see you even when the office is technically closed.
Glick Dental Associates’ emergency dentistry services can help you receive the urgent dental care you need by:
Scheduling a same-day appointment.
Answering questions about insurance coverage for dental emergencies.
Providing tips on avoiding accidents or injury to your teeth.
Referring you to a qualified doctor for treatment of non-dental oral or facial emergencies.
When you call us at 440-349-1400, please provide as much information as possible about what happened, the level of oral or facial pain you are experiencing and any other symptoms. We will do our best to address your dental emergency quickly and efficiently.
There are steps you can take to prevent or minimize dental emergencies. One way to decrease the chances of damaging your teeth and jaw is to wear a mouth guard when you play sports. Another is to avoid chewing food that can crack your teeth.
Orthodontics including Invisalign, Implants, Botox, Cosmetic Reconstruction, Pediatric Dentistry including special needs patients and Oral Sedation, Root Canal, Wisdom Teeth
Glick Dental Associates
General and Family Dentistry
The Shoppes of Solon
28200 Miles Road, Unit C
Solon, Ohio 44139
Glick Dental Implant Center
Whitening / Bleaching
Everyone wants a white smile that makes you look healthy and beautiful. Unfortunately, stains and discolorations from liquids, smoking and foods are very common dental problems. Regular oral exams and cleanings can help fight against the majority of stains, but whitening can help with more aggressive stains.
The simple act of aging can produce stains, and various environmental and lifestyle factors can too. The good news is that most stains can be resolved through safe, effective teeth whitening procedures.
Contact Our Team at 440 349-1400 for more information.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Is tooth whitening bad for my enamel?
Tooth whitening causes no permanent damage caused to the enamel or any other tooth structures.
Does tooth whitening cause permanent tooth sensitivity?
Sensitivity from tooth whitening is always short term.. That means any sensitivity caused by the whitening goes away within a few days after the treatment. The patient returns to previous sensitivity before the whitening process.
Can I get my teeth whitened?
Most people are candidates for tooth whitening, but each patient is unique and is evaluated by our Dental Team.
How long does tooth whitening last?
The average time you can expect whitening to last is from six months to two years. Avoiding things that stain your teeth such as red wine, coffee, and smoking, helps preserve the results.