Dear valued patients:

Due to recent recommendations from the CDC and mandates from the State of Pennsylvania, our office will be closed effective immediately to help slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus.

Your health, and the health of our dedicated staff matters to us, so going forward we will suspend all non-emergency care through May 31st. Patients will be seen only for urgent and emergency dental needs. If you have what you consider an emergency, please call the office and you will be directed to reach Dr. Spilkia. If you are scheduled for an appointment in the upcoming weeks, expect a call from us to reschedule that appointment.

Thank you for your understanding. Be safe and stay healthy!
Dr. Spilkia Regarding Emergency Care During Covid-19
New Patients: (267) 463-2777 | Existing Patients: (215) 624-1935
7052-56 Frankford Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19135
Located 2 Blocks from Frankford & Cottman Avenues | Directions

Dental practice near Northeast Philadelphia provides various services when an emergency strikes

Emergency Dental Services Philadelphia PA

An emergency is like lightning striking. You never know when or where it will happen. Dental emergencies can strike at anytime and anywhere, affecting the teeth, mouth, gums, jawbone, or soft tissues. Knowing how to respond to an emergency can help eliminate the urge to panic. Rest assured the dental team at David Spilkia Family and Cosmetic Dentistry near Northeast Philadelphia takes good care of you from the time you first call us. Regardless of the dental emergency, Dr. David Spilkia and our team provide various services when one occurs. To ease nerves, we will explain how to handle the following emergencies until you arrive at our office where you can count on gentle care.

  • Toothaches – Tooth decay, trauma, or infection can cause a toothache. If you experience swelling, place an ice pack on your cheek.
  • Dental crown falls off – Apply clove oil to a cotton swab and place it on the affected area to relieve pain, if needed. Then, apply a denture adhesive onto the inner surface of the crown. If you can, gently slip the crown onto the tooth.
  • Broken tooth – If there is bleeding, apply a gauze pad to the affected area for about 10 minutes. To reduce swelling, place an ice pack on the outside of the mouth.
  • Mouth trauma – A blow to the face may result in a knocked out tooth. The chance of saving a tooth is highest within the first hour of injury, so call us immediately. Do not remove any tissue fragments, and rinse the tooth gently with water. Place the tooth in a container of milk and bring it to your appointment.

Most importantly, do not panic and keep our number with you at all times – (267) 463-2777. During our off hours, we have an answering service available to assist you. Depending on the severity of the emergency, we may suggest you visit the local emergency room for assistance.

At David Spilkia Family and Cosmetic Dentistry, our friendly and caring team will gladly help current and new patients any time an emergency strikes. Day or night, please do not hesitate to call us.

 

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Dr. David Spilkia - David Spilkia Family and Cosmetic Dentistry

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Dr. David Spilkia has been attending to the dental needs of the communities of Philadelphia, PA for almost three decades and is trusted by his patients. Having started his education at The City College of New York and graduating from the University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine in 1983, he practiced dentistry for a few years, before starting the David Spilkia Family and Cosmetic Dentistry in 1988.

Among the range of cosmetic and general dentistry procedures provided by Dr. Spilkia are restorative dentistry, dental implants, smile makeovers, and Invisalign orthodontics.
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