What Is Emergency Dentistry
About Emergency Dentistry
If you have an issue that is causing you persistent pain, particularly to the point where you can’t perform daily tasks, this is an instance of emergency dentistry.
Chipping a large portion of a visible tooth, or losing a tooth altogether, might qualify for an emergency appointment, especially if it is causing severe pain.
Cavities worsen if left untreated. If you have a cavity or notice something that looks like a cavity, we recommend setting up an appointment as soon as possible.
A root canal is meant to prevent an infection from spreading throughout your gums. They must be done quickly to prevent the spread as quickly as possible.
For Quick Relief
Emergency dentistry does not mean that you are in any sort of immediate danger, but some issues need attention more quickly than others. If you have a chipped tooth, gum infection or growing cavity, we want to get you in to see us as soon as possible so that we can alleviate the pain and prevent any more damage to your teeth.
Frequently Asked Questions
About General Dentistry
If you feel that you are in need of emergency treatment, we recommend calling us to discuss your symptoms and set up an appointment as quickly as possible.
Depending on your level of pain or the severity of the issue, some dental emergencies can be more urgent than others.
Some dental emergencies such as chipping a tooth happen by accident. Cavities and root canals can be prevented by regular brushing and flossing.
Dental emergencies are not significantly more expensive than normal treatment plans. What you pay for emergency treatment will depend on your specific situation and your healthcare coverage.
If a dental emergency is left unattended, serious damage can occur to your gums and teeth until the issue is treated.
This depends on the emergency and when you report it, but we pay close attention to emergencies and put great effort into getting them treated as soon as possible.
Coverage To Smile About
Financing Your Dental Care
More and more studies show that your oral health is directly linked to your overall health. Getting proper dental care needs to be as important a part of your healthcare routine as exercise, eating right, and having a yearly medical exam. But that doesn’t make dental care any easier—especially if you don’t have dental insurance.
Our team understands and that is why we have created Coverage to Smile About.