In may cases, time is of the essence when dental emergencies occur. Our emergency dentists offer professional services that focus on your comfort and health. We’ll do everything we can to fit you into our schedule as soon as possible to rid your pain and treat your smile. Left untreated, dental emergencies can become worse causing more pain and damage.
If you are experiencing a dental emergency, contact our office to schedule your visit right away!
You may need emergency dental care if you or any member of your family is experiencing pain or discomfort because of an infection or injury, which would worsen without proper dental care.
The cost of your emergency dental treatment depends on a few factors, including the condition of your teeth and gums, the severity of your injury, and the type of problem you are experiencing. We will work with you at every stage of your treatment to ensure that you can pay for the cost of these services and that you receive cost-effective solutions for your specific set of needs.
An extraction can be an emergency when attempts to save the tooth fail or an accident occurs. Our experienced dentists can complete the procedure with the help of anesthesia to keep the patient comfortable. Wisdom teeth also cause severe pain and may require immediate extraction to promote a healthier mouth.
This is a necessary procedure when the root structures of your teeth become swollen and infected. Immediate treatment for pain can often help you get back to your regular activities. Children require special services, and our dental team can perform a root canal when your child has a severely infected tooth.
Teeth can be broken or knocked-out of their sockets during sports events or in other accidents. We can provide a comprehensive range of services to relieve pain and restore your teeth.
Fillings may become loose or fall out, leaving the tooth vulnerable to further decay or bacterial infections.
If possible, bring your crown along when you visit our office. This can provide us with added information to discover why the crown has become loose or broken.
Pain is your body’s way of letting you know that something is wrong. Our team will be happy to provide you with prompt attention and a practical resolution to your issues.
If you think you might have broken or cracked a tooth, call our office promptly. It is important to fix the problem quickly to prevent further damage to the tooth and avoid an extraction.
If you have a painful tooth, swollen or red gums, or a fever, you may be experiencing a dental infection. Left untreated the infection can spread to other parts of your body resulting in the need for more expensive and aggressive treatments.
These symptoms are usually a sign of a serious infection that must be treated immediately to relieve pain and pressure at the area of the problem. Abscesses may be drained at our office. We may also prescribe antibiotics to combat the infection.