Keeping your teeth and gums healthy is an important part of maintaining your overall health. While routine dental care can help with this, you may need to occasionally pursue urgent dental care to address issues like severe toothaches, infections, broken teeth or something else. Our dentists in are able to provide emergency dental services in the area.
Emergency Dental Care
Are There Emergency Dental Services in My Area?
When you have a dental emergency, you want to stay local when it comes to seeking out your course of treatment. Our clinic in will work to see you on the same day as you call, if it is at all possible. If a same-day appointment isn’t available, we will work to see you as soon as possible so that your issue can be treated promptly. Call us today to schedule an appointment so that we can meet all of your dental care needs.
How Much Will My Emergency Dental Treatment Cost?
Cost is always an important consideration to make when pursuing dental care. However, we are unable to provide an estimate of what your bill will be until we can see you in our office. The cost of emergency dental care varies. Your insurance plan, how serious the problem is and the recommended course of treatment are only a few of the factors that come into play when it comes to calculating your bill.
Emergency Dental Services
What Is Emergency Dental Care?
Our dentists in take pride in delivering high-quality emergency dental services to our patients. Some of the procedures we have available are:
Emergency Extractions: A tooth that is severely damaged or decayed needs to be removed as soon as possible. When this needs to happen, we will put you under an anesthetic and surgically extract the tooth.
Emergency Wisdom Teeth Extractions: If your wisdom teeth are erupting and you are experiencing discomfort, pain or suspect that an infection may be setting in, you should contact our office as soon as possible to have your wisdom teeth removed.
Root Canals: This is a routine procedure that is performed under anesthetic. It usually needs to be done when the pulp part of your tooth becomes infected or inflamed.
Root Canals for Children: Children occasionally need to have root canals done in order to save their natural teeth. Our dentists are equipped to handle the needs of children.
Tooth Extractions: We also offer routine dental extractions to remove teeth that are broken, infected or decayed.
When Should I Go to An Emergency Dental Clinic?
We understand that it can be difficult to determine whether or not you need to pursue emergency dental treatment. If you are experiencing any of the following, you should seek out emergency dental care from our clinic:
Tooth Abscesses: A tooth abscess occurs when there is an infection in the root of the tooth. This uncomfortable condition causes severe pain, oozing gums, fever, swelling and other unpleasant symptoms. If you believe that you have an abscess, call us to receive the treatment you need.
Cracked or Broken Teeth: Having a cracked or broken tooth is both unsightly and uncomfortable. If you don’t have it repaired, your tooth could become infected. Our emergency dentists are able to efficiently repair damaged teeth.
Severe Toothache: Toothaches that refuse to go away are another condition that our dentists consider to be an emergency. Instead of trying to wait it out, contact our office and get yourself booked for an appointment. One of our dentists will provide you with pain relief and with proper treatment for the cause of the toothache.
Severe Gum or Facial Swelling: If your gums or face are swollen or painful, you should see an emergency dentist for a proper diagnosis of the issue and a treatment plan.
Broken or Fractured Jaw: One of the biggest signs that your jaw may be fractured or broken is that your bite will feel off center. If you suspect that you have an injury of this type, contact our emergency dental clinic as soon as you can.
Lost, Broken or Loose Crowns: While crowns are usually stable, there are times when one may become broken or fall out. If this has happened to you, it’s time to see one of our dentists for an emergency replacement.
Loose or Lost Fillings: Like crowns, a filling will occasionally become loose or go missing. Getting the filling replaced in a timely fashion is imperative to achieving great oral health.
Knocked-out Teeth: Another dental emergency is knocking out a tooth. When this happens, the tooth either needs to be saved and returned to its socket, or a dental implant needs to be placed.
Dental Infections: Prompt treatment of dental infections in the gums or teeth is important. If you fail to have this problem addressed, infection can spread and cause you to lose teeth. Contact our office to schedule an appointment to receive the treatment you need to have a healthy smile.
Is There Anything I Can Do to Make Emergency Dental Services More Affordable?
There are several different ways of saving money on emergency dental services. Our office in accepts a variety of dental insurance plans. If you don’t have insurance, or if you do have insurance and want to save even more money, take a look at the MetroCare plan. MetroCare is a cost-effective plan that saves its members 20 to 80 percent on dental care procedures. For $129 per year, you can save money on cosmetic procedures, routine procedures, emergency procedures and much more. Get in touch with us to learn more.