Advanced Dental Care of Mount Dora
3555 North Highway 19A, Mount Dora, FL 32757
We accept same-day emergency appointments. Call us today at (352) 729-3668.
When an excruciating dental emergency ruins your day, knowing how to get emergency dental care is imperative for ending the agony and protecting your future dental health.
When your dental symptoms hit, don’t delay in getting the emergency dental care that you desperately need. Our emergency dentists in Mount Dora are available during regular office hours to diagnose your condition, alleviate painful symptoms, and prevent recurrences. When you call our emergency dental office during business hours, we’ll try to schedule your visit on the same day whenever possible.
We provide emergency dental treatment based on the patient’s immediate needs.
Emergency dental services are treatments that provide relief for sudden and unexpected dental symptoms and injuries. Appointments for urgent dental care are made at the earliest possible date and time to ensure that minor dental problems don’t turn into major ones. Here are a few of the services that our emergency dentists provide:
Emergency dental care is appropriate for the following symptoms and conditions and any others that cause pain or interfere with your ability to function normally.
Prompt treatment of a fractured or damaged tooth helps to prevent new damage and infection. If your tooth is sharp, cover it with dental wax, and call us to schedule treatment as soon as you can.
Having a knocked-out tooth is a scary experience. If you get to the office within an hour, our emergency dentists may be able to save the tooth. Be careful to handle your tooth by the crown only, and rinse each part of it with warm water to remove any debris. Attempt to insert the tooth back into the empty socket. If this is impossible or painful, hold it inside your mouth to keep it moist, and call us at once for further advice.
A severe toothache is miserable and can sometimes be serious. Schedule your emergency appointment as soon as possible, and be sure to mention any additional symptoms that you’re having such as fever or swelling.
Tooth sensitivity is common, but when severe sensitivity develops without warning or explanation, you could have a more serious problem, such as a tooth fracture. Schedule an urgent dental care appointment if your sensitivity is sudden, intense, or unexplained.
Dental decay and cavities eat away at the structure of your teeth until vulnerable pulp and roots are exposed. Our emergency dentists will act quickly to ease painful symptoms and develop a treatment plan for restoring your damaged tooth.
Decay, gum disease, and injury can lead to a bacterial infection that takes hold near the root of a tooth. The resulting condition is known as a tooth abscess, and it can become extremely painful and lead to complications if not treated quickly. Symptoms of an abscess include facial or jaw swelling, severe tooth pain, sensitivity, foul mouth odors, swollen glands, fever, and open, draining sores on or near the gums. Consult our emergency dental office at once if you suspect that you may be suffering from this serious infection.
A loose or lost filling is inconvenient, and it should be replaced quickly to prevent structural damage and decay.
While some patients may view the problem as strictly cosmetic, a broken crown or lost restoration leaves the affected teeth vulnerable and unprotected. Our emergency dentists can fashion both temporary and permanent replacement crowns to keep your teeth healthy and safe.
Braces with metal brackets and wires can become damaged or misaligned, and this may cause irritation, pain, and even injury. We can relieve your symptoms and adjust components so that the offending orthodontic device doesn’t cause any further problems.
Nighttime teeth grinding can cause serious wear and tear to your tooth enamel. If you notice that the surfaces of your teeth are showing signs of damage, we can help. Our dentists will strengthen your enamel and provide a night guard to slow or stop further damage.
Chronic sinus pressure can be uncomfortable, and it’s especially frustrating when there is no clear cause. Some dental conditions, such as impacted teeth or gum infections, can cause feelings of sinus pressure. If you’re struggling with unexplained sinus symptoms, consult one of our providers to rule out dental causes.
Symptoms that could indicate a threat to your general health or life require advanced care that emergency dentists in Mount Dora can’t provide. If you experience severe facial swelling, uncontrollable blood loss, or an impact injury to your jaw, head, or face, seek care at a hospital emergency room or call 911 at once.
Emergency dental care fees vary widely depending on the type of treatment needed to resolve a patient’s complaint. Our emergency dentists can provide more information about your overall cost after an examination. For your convenience, our office accepts most dental insurance plans and major credit card payments. We also offer convenient, flexible financing options. Patients without insurance can enjoy significant savings through our DentRite® discount plan. While it’s not an insurance policy, it can greatly reduce the cost of many essential dental services. Ask us for more details.
We don’t want you to risk doing permanent harm to your teeth by delaying treatment when our emergency dentists are unavailable. For a serious emergency, seek care at your local hospital emergency room. When you need to reach our emergency dentists in Mount Dora during office hours, please give us a call.
Call our office at (352) 729-3668