Emergency Dentistry

Have a dental emergency? Call one of our locations. We have a team on call to help.

Dental emergencies can range from obvious issues like knocked out teeth to a subtle swelling on your gumline. If you find yourself in need of an emergency dentist, don’t hesitate to call us as soon as possible. Our team will see you as soon as possible.

Do I Need to Schedule an Emergency Exam?

Whether you’re feeling pain in your mouth, knocked out a tooth playing sports, a dental crown came loose, or something else, all dental emergencies should be addressed quickly to prevent further pain or complications. It may not always be easy to tell if your issue is urgent, but you should schedule an appointment for emergency dental care with us if you’re experiencing any of the following:

  • A severe, sudden toothache or oral pain
  • Knocked out, broken, or cracked teeth
  • Broken or loose braces
  • Lost fillings or crowns
  • Loose teeth (for adults)
  • Swollen and/or painful gums
  • Oral bleeding that won’t stop

If you’re experiencing dental pain accompanied by a fever, facial swelling, or swollen lymph nodes, contact us as soon as possible, as these are symptoms that could suggest you may have an abscessed tooth.

Some dental emergencies can be prevented by staying on top of your oral hygiene and being proactive by wearing a sports mouth guard, however, others may be completely unavoidable, such as knocking out a tooth during a car accident. Whatever the cause of your dental emergency, we’ll tailor a custom treatment plan to fit your needs and restore your oral health.

If you’re experiencing pain, swelling, or any other troublesome symptoms, don’t hesitate to call one of our locations right away.