Emergency Dental Appointments

We understand that dental emergencies are never planned, and tend to occur at the most inconvenient times. So, knowing where you can find an emergency dentist is important and will ease the stress of having a severe toothache or other dental emergencies.

Where Can I Find an Emergency Dentist?

If you are having a dental emergency and are frantically searching “where can I find an emergency dentist near me?”, we have ten dental office locations to choose from. So if you find yourself in a dental emergency, we have dental offices in:

Emergency Dentist oral surgery and extractions

Give us a call during office hours, and we will work to get you in the same day as long as our schedule allows. We are also a dentist that is open on most Saturdays from 8am-2pm. If the office closest to you is not open on Saturday, at least one of our other nine locations will be open for emergencies.

What If I am a current patient with post-op questions/concerns after business hours?

If you are a current patient and have post-op questions during after-hours, you can text the office and a representative will contact you within 24 hours. We also have the ability to live-chat online with our patients from 9 am-8 pm, 7 days a week.

What is Considered a Dental Emergency?  

A dental emergency is any dental problem that needs immediate treatment to stop bleeding, severe pain, or saving a tooth. We provide emergency dental services for patients who cannot postpone treatment without risking their oral health. Common dental emergencies during our normal office hours include:

  • Severe toothaches

  • Dental infections

  • lost filling or crown

  • Chipped, broken, or a cracked tooth repair

  • Wisdom tooth pain

  • Abscessed Tooth: Symptoms include severe pain, swelling, sensitivity to pressure, and fever. It’s important to get an abscessed tooth taken care of as quickly as possible because the bacterial infection can spread to other teeth.

  • A knocked-out tooth: If you experience a knocked-out tooth, it’s important that you act fast. First, find the tooth, then rinse it by holding the tooth by the crown. There’s a chance you can still place the tooth back in the socket, but if that’s not possible, put the tooth in your mouth to keep it moist. You can also place the tooth in a cup of milk. Finally, you can give our office a call, and we will get you scheduled as soon as possible for your emergency dental appointment.

How Much Does it Cost to Visit an Emergency Dentist?

The cost of your emergency dental appointment will depend on the care required to resolve your dental emergency problem. We understand that dental emergencies happen when least expected, so we provide in-house dental payment plans with 0% interest, a Discount Dental Plan Membership for those without dental insurance, and we accept third-party financing such as Care Credit.