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Do you have an excruciating toothache? If so, you are probably asking yourself, “Where can I find an emergency dental office near me?” Fortunately, your search is over; our dentists can see emergency patients quickly during office hours. In some cases, you can be seen on the same day that you call. Knowing whom to contact often provides some relief in an emergency situation.

Where Can I Find Emergency Dentists?

Call our office and request an emergency appointment during our normal office hours. For after hours care or more severe problems, contact emergency dentists in Florida. General dentists provide urgent care during our regular business hours. Your dentist will talk to you about your symptoms, diagnose the problem, and suggest treatment options that will resolve the issue. We welcome new patients.

What Is Urgent Dental Care?

Urgent dental care includes any type of emergency dental care that is needed for pain relief, to prevent additional structural damage to a tooth or to stop an infection from spreading. Emergency dentists treat oral conditions and accidental injuries that could worsen if left untreated. Examples of the services from emergency dentists in Florida Include:

  • Chipped and cracked teeth repair
  • Dental infection treatment
  • Toothache pain treatment
  • Emergency tooth extractions
  • Orthodontic appliance pain relief

When Should I Call an Emergency Dental Office Near Me?

I don’t know if my problem would be considered a dental emergency. When do I call for an appointment for emergency dental care near me?

You should call our emergency dental office if you have any of the following conditions:

Broken or Fractured Teeth

A broken or fractured tooth may not cause you much pain; however, you need emergency dental services so our dentist can take an x-ray and determine the best treatment to prevent further damage to your tooth.

Knocked-Out Teeth

If you have experienced a knocked out tooth, rinse it off, holding the tooth by the crown. Try to get it back in the socket or keep it moist in a glass of milk or in your mouth, and then call us for emergency dental care. It is important to contact us as soon as possible, so our dentist can have a chance to save the tooth.

Severe Toothache Pain or Pressure

There are a number of reasons why you have severe toothache pain or pressure, including infection, decay or a fractured tooth. Call our office for an appointment. Emergency dentists can ascertain the cause of your pain in order to treat it.

Tooth Sensitivity

Minor tooth sensitivity is not an emergency; however, if one tooth suddenly becomes very sensitive, we suggest you call our office right away.

Dental Decay (Cavities)

If you have dental decay that has reached the pulp of your teeth, it is likely to be very painful. Call our office to schedule an appointment so one of our dentists can try his or her best to save your tooth.

Abscessed Tooth

If you have an extremely painful abscessed tooth, we will try to get you in as quickly as possible. An abscessed tooth can cause severe damage to the teeth and gums, call local emergency dentists right away for care.

Lost or Loose Fillings

You tooth is vulnerable to decay if you have a loose or lost filling. It may also become sensitive or painful; contact our office for emergency dental care.

Broken Crowns or Lost Restorations

The tooth underneath a broken crown or lost restoration is very vulnerable to damage without its protective covering. Additionally, you may find that the tooth is sensitive. Call our office to arrange your appointment.

Orthodontic Pain or Injuries

If you have metal braces, orthodontic pain or injuries are not uncommon. One of our dentists can stabilize your braces and ensure that there are no protruding wires that could cause an injury.

Tooth Enamel Worn by Teeth Grinding

If you’ve experienced tooth enamel worn by teeth grinding, you’ve probably found that enamel erosion has made your teeth very sensitive. Our dentist may be able to repair your teeth and fit you with a custom night guard.

Sinus Pressure

When accompanied by a toothache, sinus pressure could signal an impacted wisdom tooth or an abscessed tooth. One of our dentists can rule out these possibilities for you.

What If I Have More Serious Symptoms Than Those Listed Above?

If you have any of the following symptoms listed below, you should seek 24hr emergency dental care at an emergency room from emergency dentists or call 911, even if our office is open:

  • Severe swelling
  • Uncontrolled bleeding
  • Difficulty breathing
  • A broken jaw
  • Oral injuries from a traumatic injury

If it’s after hours and you cannot, contact local emergency dentists. For serious symptoms like the ones above, call 911 or have someone drive you to the hospital right away.

What Is the Cost for Emergency Dental Care Near Me?

The fees our patients pay for emergency dental services varies widely, depending on the treatment that they receive. For your convenience, our emergency dental office will submit claims to many of the major dental insurance companies. If paying the total cost upfront is a hardship, we accept credit cards and offer financing plans.

We also accept the DentRite® Dental Discount Plan, which we highly recommend to our uninsured patients. Members can receive significantly discounted dental care at hundreds of quality dental practices, including ours. The plan isn’t insurance, so you don’t have to worry about being accepted or submitting claims. DentRite is ideal for uninsured individuals who need affordable dental care. The plan covers preventative, restorative, and even some cosmetic procedures.

If you have a dental emergency that can wait until our dentists are available during our normal office hours, please call when our office opens in the morning. If you have a broken jaw or you have severe swelling or bleeding, go to the closest hospital ER or call 911 for 24 hour dental care from qualified emergency dentists.

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