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Why People Love Creek75 Dental Group

Sara G.
I’m a Dentist myself and believe me I know who is a Good Dentist or Bad, I’m very picky when it comes to this! Dr.Ronaghi is an amazing professional Dentist, kind and fair as well! He performed (Root Canal and fillings) on my teeth, highly recommend him for anyone who are 1.scared of injections and dentists, 2. Want a professional Dentist to do a great work on their teeth. He was very careful and I didn’t feel anything not even the needle! They make your crown at the same day that the RCT is done, exact shape and color of your own tooth. The staff are friendly and well trained as well! I’m very happy with the results!
Vahjihha Z.
I recently discovered Creek 75 Dental, and I must say my experience so far has been amazing! Dr. Ronaghi is highly professional and really cares about his patients. He walked me through everything in detail, made sure several times that I wasn’t in any pain, and made me feel comfortable the whole time. All the staff at the clinic is also very sweet and professional. I would highly recommend Dr. Ronaghi for your dental needs!
Becharia F.
This place is amazing , staff are super friendly and helpful , dentist Dr Ronaghi was great and very patient and explained everything that needed to be done , he made my deep cleaning pleasant and pain free , I had an amazing experience, I highly recommend to anyone A+++++
Tonnie C.
My children have been coming here for over 6 years. We love the doctors, staff and comfortable setting! Definitely recommend!!
Christian K.
Very friendly staff, very professional. Overall great experience and clean teeth!
Really nice and professional service! I had no appointment. I just walked in and they made a spot for me. Dr. Ronaghi is amazing. Thanks again!
Jeff B.
What can I say, I have been coming here for years. Office staff is amazing, so nice. Dr. Ronaghi professional and friendly. These guys make you feel like your part of the family. I highly recommend, you won't regret it.
Rim S.
I am not or have ever been a going to a dentist loving guy, but let me tell you Dr Ronaghi and his team is the definitely the best. They Profesional friendly and very knowledgeable and take pride in there craft I am going to bring my family here from now on. NOT TO MENTION I HAD 2 ROOT CANALS DONE SIMALTANIOUSLY AND NEVER FELT AN OUNCE OF PAIN. FIVE STARS ALL THE WAY.
Lily A.
Doctor explained everything so well, super patient and nice. I told him I hated needles and he took extra care with me. The whole staff was nice and friendly, joking with me and talking. I recommend them for sure. They eased my nerves and heard me out.
Nikki Y.
Dr. Ronaghi is amazing! He takes his time with patients explaining procedures and answering all questions and concerns with care. Big shoutout to Brenda, Azita, Doris, and Sujal for going out of their way to help patients and making their day :)
Kimberly J.
My family has been coming here since 2016. Although some of the doctors have left, the office staff is always very welcoming and kind. The dentists are gentle and explain everything. Location is convenient, office is clean, and people are amazing.
Creek 75 is fantastic! The staff and doctor were so kind, sweet and as gentle as they could be with my procedures. It’s evident how deeply they care for their patients. They even gave me juice and a small snack because I didn’t eat previously, and they wanted to ensure my blood sugar didn’t drop. Super thoughtful. Highly recommend!
Mackenzie W.
I had 2 excellent experiences here! The staff is very nice and knowledgeable, and my dentist was very professional. I especially appreciated Roya's attention to my needs as I was nervous to get my crown done. She gave me an apple juice! As I said, wonderful staff. The procedure was done quickly and expertly. Highly recommend this office for any of your dental needs!
Dr. Ronaghi and staff are soooo nice, sweet, and knowledgeable. I felt welcomed immediately as I stepped in this wonderful office. I love how passionate he is about his work and how thorough he is while handling each patient! He is the best Dr to go to because he will make sure you leave all satisfied!!

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Preventing Dental Emergencies

While not all dental emergencies can be avoided, here are some tips to help reduce the risk:

  • Practice good oral hygiene to prevent infections and decay.
  • Use a mouthguard during sports and other physical activities.
  • Avoid biting on hard foods, ice, or objects that can crack your teeth.
  • Never use your teeth to cut or open things.

Why Choose Creek 75 Dental Group for Emergency Care?

  • Compassionate and Skilled Care: Dr. Ronaghi and our team understand the stress of dental emergencies. We provide not only expert care but also a reassuring and supportive environment.
  • Family-Friendly: We offer emergency dental care for all ages, ensuring that every family member receives the best possible treatment.
  • Flexible Scheduling: Understanding the urgency of dental emergencies, we offer flexible scheduling to accommodate immediate care needs.
  • Financial Options: We believe everyone deserves access to emergency dental care. We offer various payment options and work with most insurance plans.
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How We Treat Dental Emergencies

Our approach to treating dental emergencies includes:

  • Immediate Attention: We prioritize emergency cases and strive to see you as soon as possible.
  • Pain Management: Your comfort is important. We provide effective pain relief options to ease your discomfort.
  • Accurate Diagnosis: Using advanced diagnostic tools, we quickly identify the problem.
  • Personalized Treatment: Dr. Ronaghi will explain your treatment options and provide the necessary care to address the emergency, whether it’s a filling, root canal, extraction, or other treatment.
  • Preventative Advice: We provide guidance on how to avoid future emergencies and maintain optimal oral health.

Common Dental Emergencies and What to Do


A toothache can indicate various issues, from cavities to infections. If you experience a persistent toothache, rinse your mouth with warm water, gently use dental floss to remove any trapped food, and contact us immediately.

Chipped or Broken Teeth

For chipped or broken teeth, save any pieces if possible. Rinse your mouth and the fragments with warm water. If bleeding, apply gauze for about 10 minutes or until the bleeding stops. A cold compress can help reduce swelling.

Knocked-Out Tooth

For a knocked-out tooth, retrieve the tooth by the crown, not the root. Rinse it without scrubbing and, if possible, gently reinsert it in the socket. If that's not possible, keep it in a cup of milk and come to our office right away.

Lost Filling or Crown

If a filling or crown falls out, keep it in a safe place and avoid chewing on the affected side. Clove oil can help alleviate pain, and dental cement from a drugstore can temporarily reattach the crown.


An abscess is a severe and potentially life-threatening condition. Rinse with a mild saltwater solution several times a day and see us as soon as possible.

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With a passion for dentistry and a heart for our patients, we bring both experience and warmth to every appointment. You can trust that your dental care is in the hands of our friendly, professional team!
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Convenience Meets Compassion

With early morning and evening appointment slots, family scheduling, and a dedication to address same-day emergencies, we understand life's unpredictability and are always ready to accommodate you.

Building a Foundation of Trust

With dual credentials of DMD and PhD, Dr. Ronaghi brings to the table academic excellence and a compassionate approach. He builds trust with his patients, ensuring they always leave our office with brighter smiles and fuller hearts.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is considered a dental emergency?

A dental emergency typically includes situations like severe toothache, chipped or broken teeth, knocked-out teeth, partially dislodged teeth, abscesses, soft tissue injuries, and lost fillings or crowns. Any situation causing severe pain, discomfort, or risk to your oral health can be considered an emergency.

What should I do if I have a severe toothache?

Rinse your mouth with warm water and use dental floss to gently remove any food caught between your teeth. Do not apply aspirin directly to the tooth or gums. If the pain persists, contact your dentist immediately.

What should I do if my tooth is knocked out?

Handle the tooth by the crown, not the root. Rinse it with water if it's dirty, but do not scrub it. Try to reinsert it in the socket if possible. If not, keep it in a small container of milk and get to your dentist as soon as possible. Time is critical in saving a knocked-out tooth.

How do I handle a chipped or broken tooth?

Save any pieces of the broken tooth. Rinse your mouth and any broken pieces with warm water. If there's bleeding, apply a piece of gauze to the area for about 10 minutes or until the bleeding stops. See your dentist as soon as possible.

What should I do if I lose a filling or crown?

Keep the filling or crown if you can find it. If the crown falls out, try to place it back on the tooth using over-the-counter dental cement, toothpaste, or denture adhesive. Avoid chewing on that side of your mouth and see your dentist as soon as possible.

Can an abscessed tooth be a dental emergency?

Yes, an abscessed tooth can be a serious condition that can worsen if not treated promptly. It can lead to a more severe infection and can be potentially life-threatening. See your dentist immediately if you suspect an abscess.

Are there ways to prevent dental emergencies?

While not all emergencies can be avoided, maintaining good oral hygiene, using a mouthguard during sports, and avoiding using your teeth to open or cut things can reduce the risk.

Should I go to the emergency room for a dental emergency?

For most dental emergencies, it's best to go to a dentist. However, if you have severe swelling, bleeding that can't be controlled, or trauma to your face or jaw, you should go to the emergency room.

What can I do to alleviate pain before getting to the dentist?

Over-the-counter pain relievers can help ease discomfort. Applying a cold compress to the outside of your cheek can reduce pain and swelling. However, these are temporary measures, and you should see a dentist as soon as possible.

Does insurance cover emergency dental care?

Many dental insurance plans cover part of the cost of emergency dental care. However, coverage can vary, so it's important to check with your provider. If you're uninsured, discuss payment options with your dental office.

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