"I very much like that everything is done all at one location. No running all over town, and of course, the excellent work!"
“Recently, I went in to Barotz Dental to have the entire top of my mouth restored with implants and the temporary teeth were placed.
“They are all very caring, gentle, and truly concerned with your comfort and go out of their way to make that happen. I would not go anywhere else for this type of procedure.
“The temporary teeth look amazing so I know the permanent ones are going to be absolutely beautiful.
“These people are some of the most professional and caring people I have ever had the opportunity to meet.
“I highly recommend this practice, especially if you are scared of dental work. You could not be in better hands!
- Kristine W.
“This was the most pleasant dental visit I have ever had! Thanks, Dr. Barotz and staff, for making my visit a pleasure.”
- Regina G.
A dental emergency can be the result of an accident or injury, but it can also be the result of needing to get treatment that you have been putting off for a while. If you are hurting or have had an accident, it is important that you receive treatment right away.
Whatever the reason, Dr. Barotz will do what he can to see you the same day and get you out of pain. And at Barotz Dental, our dentists provide personalized follow-up care. Dr. Barotz will personally give you a follow-up call in the evening after treatment to make sure you are comfortable and satisfied with the work you had done. That’s the Barotz Dental Difference.
Putting off dental treatment only increases the risk of permanent damage later, and can result in the need for lengthy and more expensive treatment down the road. If you are in pain, have lost a filling or have broken a tooth, please call our emergency number now.
If you have a dental emergency, call Dr. Barotz at Barotz Dental at (720) 253-1891. Whether or not you have been our patient in the past, Dr. Barotz will make sure that you are seen and helped as soon as possible. If you call after hours, you will be referred to our emergency contact line for immediate help.
Do you have a dental emergency?
Here are some of the things that should be considered a dental emergency, plus some simple steps you can take to minimize pain before you come into our office for your emergency appointment.
Toothache -- Rinse your mouth out with warm water. Call us at (720) 253-1891 , and we will make sure that you are seen right away.
Bitten Lip or Tongue -- Clean the area and apply an ice pack to reduce swelling. If the bleeding doesn't stop, come into our office to see Dr. Barotz right away.
Broken Tooth -- Save any pieces of the broken tooth and rinse your mouth out with warm water. Apply a cold compress to the area to decrease swelling and pain, and come in to see Dr. Barotz immediately.
Broken Jaw -- Apply a cold compress to limit swelling and see Dr. Barotz immediately.
Knocked Out Tooth -- Gently rinse off the knocked out tooth without removing any attached tissue. If possible, hold the tooth in place in the socket. Otherwise, put the tooth in a glass of milk. Come in to see Dr. Barotz immediately.
Object Stuck in Teeth -- If you're unable to dislodge an object with dental floss, call our office at (720) 253-1891for an emergency appointment.
Lost Dental Filling or Dental Crown – Call us at (720) 253-1891 for an emergency appointment.
Dental Abscess -- If you notice a painful, pimple-like swelling on your gums, rinse with salt water and immediately contact us at (720) 253-1891. Dental abscesses can lead to more serious infections if not treated promptly.
Call us at (720) 253-1891
The sooner you call, the sooner we can help you.