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Types of Dental Emergencies

Wondering if your dental concern constitutes as an emergency? Here are some of the most common types of dental emergencies that warrant immediate dental care:

  • Broken Tooth, Crown, or Filling
  • Cold Sores/Canker Sores
  • Damaged Bracket or Wire on Braces
  • Knocked-Out Permanent Tooth
  • Mouth Trauma
  • Toothache or Sore Gums
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Same-Day Emergency Appointments

We provide same-day care for patients with dental emergencies. That means that we’ll get you into our office for treatment the same day you call. We never want you to have to wait in pain or try to deal with your dental issue on your own. Our office prioritizes patients with urgent dental problems!

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What To Do In a Dental Emergency

We recommend calling our office right away if you’re experiencing a dental emergency. By calling us, we can walk you through any necessary steps you should take before getting to our office. For example, if you have a tooth knocked out, you need to gently wash off any debris and stick it back in the socket if possible or a glass of milk. Usually in emergency scenarios, the health of your tooth is at risk, so completing the necessary steps could mean saving your natural tooth!

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Fitting Emergency Dentistry into Your Budget

It can be hard to budget for the unexpected, but don’t let cost concerns keep you from getting emergency care. We accept a variety of payment options including insurance, Compassionate Finance, CareCredit®, and more to help as many patients as possible have access to the care they need.

Questions? Contact Us

New Patient Special

$1 Emergency Exam & X-Ray