Emergency Dentistry in Pearland

Pain in the mouth, damaged teeth and other kinds of dental emergencies can cause major disruptions to your day. When this happens, you can easily receive quality, emergency dental care from our experienced dentists in Pearland.

Emergency Dental Care

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Is There Emergency Dental Care Near Me?

The last thing you want to worry about when you are in the midst of a dental emergency is asking yourself, “Are there emergency dental services in my area?” Our clinic offers emergency dental surgery and other urgent treatments so that you can get your issue treated as soon as possible. We work to ensure that our emergency patients are seen promptly and will try our best to schedule a same-day appointment. By treating your emergency in a timely manner, you will be able to prevent long-term damage to your teeth. When you’re in need of emergency dental care, contact us to make an appointment.

How Much Does Emergency Dental Care Cost?

We understand that you are concerned over the total cost for emergency dental care. After all, it’s hard to plan ahead for an unexpected emergency situation. While our clinic works to keep emergency dental care costs as low as possible, the exact amount of what you may owe will vary depending upon factors like your dental insurance, the treatment you receive and whether you will need to have a follow-up appointment. Throughout your appointment, your dentist will discuss treatment options and possible costs with you.

Emergency Dental Services

What Are Emergency Dental Services?

Our dentists in Pearland provide a variety of emergency dental services. These include:

Root Canals: A root canal is a commonly performed procedure that can help to alleviate pain and save your tooth or teeth from having to be extracted. This procedure is usually recommended when the soft tissue within the tooth becomes infected or inflamed.

Emergency Extractions: While keeping your natural tooth in place is always a priority, our dentists may occasionally recommend that a tooth that is heavily damaged or decayed be extracted. This procedure is done under anesthetic, with our team working with you to ensure that you remain comfortable throughout the procedure.

Root Canals for Children: Our emergency dental clinic can also perform root canals on children so that your child’s natural teeth are kept intact.

Emergency Wisdom Teeth Extractions: Wisdom teeth are usually the last of your permanent teeth to come in. Unfortunately, many people don’t have enough space in their mouths for this extra set of teeth, so they can become impacted beneath the gum line. When this happens, our dentists will perform a wisdom tooth extraction to eliminate your pain and to prevent infection from setting in.

Tooth Extractions: Our dentists perform both emergency and routine tooth extractions for damaged, infected or decayed teeth.

When Should I Pursue Emergency Dental Treatment?

There are a number of symptoms that require immediate attention from a dentist. If you are experiencing any the following, contact our office as soon as possible:

Abscessed Teeth: An abscessed tooth occurs when an infection sets in at the root of the tooth. This infection is usually quite painful and consists of symptoms like swelling, oozing gums, fever and more.

Broken or Cracked Teeth: Untreated cracked or broken teeth can become infected if you do not seek treatment. If you’ve injured your teeth, contact our office to book an appointment.

Fractured or Broken Jaw: This dental emergency is often characterized by the patient having pain in the face or jaw, along with a bite that feels “off.” If you are experiencing any of these symptoms, call our emergency dental clinic right away.

Loose, Lost or Broken Crowns: Losing or breaking off a crown makes your tooth vulnerable to damage. Our dentists can easily provide a replacement for your loose, broken or lost crown.

Dental Infections: Having regular dental cleanings can help to prevent infections from setting in. Without routine care, the gum line can become infected. Our dentists in Pearland can treat these infections.

Knocked-out Teeth: Dentists can often save a knocked-out tooth. If you can, place the tooth back in the socket or put it in a cup of cold milk. These actions can help to preserve the tooth until you can get to our clinic.

Lost or Loose Fillings: Dental fillings can become loose or even fall out. When this happens, your tooth is vulnerable to becoming infected or decayed. Our dentists can remedy this problem by putting in a new filling or placing a cap on the tooth.

Severe Facial or Gum Swelling: While you may be tempted to wait out painful swelling of the face or gums, you should immediately call our emergency dental clinic if you are experiencing this symptom. We will find the source of the problem and treat it so that your mouth will feel comfortable again.

Severe Toothache: Many people try to wait out severe tooth pain. If you have been experiencing persistent toothaches, see one of our dentists for an emergency service.

How Expensive Are Emergency Dental Treatments?

Having concerns about how much an emergency dental clinic costs is perfectly normal. At our clinic, we are dedicated to providing all of our patients with affordable and high quality dental services. We work with a multitude of insurance providers. In addition to using your dental insurance, you can also sign up for MetroCare. MetroCare is a dental plan that costs just $129 a year. This plan allows many of our patients to save between 20 and 80 percent on their dental care. It can be combined with your current dental plan or you can use it if you don’t currently have dental insurance. Contact us to learn more about how MetroCare can help you to save money on your dental treatments.

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Our Dental Services

  • General Dentistry

  • Cosmetic Dentistry

  • Dental Implants

  • Teeth Whitening

  • Dentures & Crowns

  • Oral Surgery

  • Root Canal Therapy

  • Emergency Dentistry

  • Braces & Orthodontics

  • Invisalign®