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Emergency Care

Reconstructive Dentistry

IMPORTANT:  If you are experiencing significant mouth pain or swelling, or have any questions on the severity of the issue, please go immediately to the nearest emergency room to be evaluated.

We understand how distressing it is when something happens to a tooth. Again, if you are experiencing significant pain or swelling in the mouth or throat area, or have any questions on the severity of the issue, go immediately to your nearest emergency room. This is the quickest way for you to receive the care of an oral surgeon and the medical intervention you may need. Otherwise, please call our office at 603-430-1010 to speak with someone or leave a message (including outside of office hours) so we can return your call. Be sure to preserve any dental material that may have come off (such as crowns or inlays) to bring with you. In addition, there are some steps you may be able to take that will provide some temporary relief. Please see Dr. McArdle’s article, “In Case of a Dental Emergency” for detailed information on what you can do until you see us.

IMPORTANT:  If you are experiencing significant mouth pain or swelling, or have any questions on the severity of the issue, please go immediately to the nearest emergency room to be evaluated.

118 Maplewood Avenue, The Captain Moses House, Suite B-7, Portsmouth, NH 03801

Dr. Barry F. McArdle, D.M.D. 

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Phone: 603-430-1010

Hours: M - W: 8:30 - 5:00 Th: 7:30 - 4:00

Your Portsmouth dentist on the seacoast of NH.