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Advanced Dental Care of Orange City
2490 Enterprise Road, Orange City, FL 32763

We accept same-day emergency appointments. Call us today at (386) 951-1412.

When you suffer an injury, infection, or other unexpected problem with your teeth or gums, getting emergency dental care can significantly reduce your risk of long-term complications and detrimental effects on your dental health.

Find Your Emergency Dentists Here

I need to find emergency dental care near me immediately. Is there a nearby dentist who can help me?

No one who needs emergency dental care should have to wait and suffer needlessly. Our emergency dentists in Orange City treat emergency patients during our normal business hours. Call our emergency dental office to schedule your consultation. We’ll make sure that you are seen as soon as possible. Our goals are to diagnose your problem quickly, relieve pain effectively, and provide the treatment that you need to prevent a recurrence of your symptoms.

We do our best to accommodate dental emergencies with same-day or next-day treatment.

Examples of Emergency Dental Services

Emergency dental services include any type of treatment, test, or therapy that provides relief from unexpected symptoms and stops the progression of dental problems before they become serious.

Listed below are a few examples of the urgent dental care services that our providers offer.

  • Diagnosis, treatment, and pain relief for toothaches
  • Management of pain and swelling related to wisdom teeth
  • Treatment for orthodontic injuries and mouth irritation caused by brackets and wires
  • Urgent tooth extractions
  • Repair of tooth chips and cracks
  • Treatment of abscesses and dental infections
  • Replacement of missing fillings and lost crowns

Know When It’s Time for Emergency Dental Treatment

What kind of symptoms or problems should prompt me to seek emergency dental care near me?

If you are in pain or your symptoms indicate a problem that could have negative effects on your future dental health, it’s time to get emergency dental care. Here are a few conditions that our emergency providers treat.

Broken or Fractured Teeth

Leaving a broken or fractured tooth untreated or delaying treatment could lead to infection or accelerated decay. Contact us to schedule treatment as soon as possible.

Knocked-Out Teeth

A knocked-out tooth is one of the most time-sensitive dental emergencies there is. If you can get to our office quickly, our emergency dentists may be able to save the tooth. In the meantime, here are a few tips:

Severe Toothache Pain or Pressure

  • Never touch the tooth root; handle your tooth only by its crown.
  • Gather all pieces of your tooth and rinse them with clean, warm water.
  • It’s important to keep the tooth moist. Attempt to insert it back into its socket. If this doesn’t work, place it inside your mouth between your cheek and gum.
  • Call our office as soon as possible for additional information and instructions.

Never ignore a severe toothache. It might have a serious underlying cause that could lead to a severe infection or tooth loss. Be sure to inform our dentists about any other symptoms that you have such as unexplained ear pain, uncomfortable pressure, or fever.

Sudden Tooth Sensitivity

If your tooth suddenly becomes extremely sensitive for no apparent reason, you may need to obtain urgent dental care to determine the cause. A deep cavity or tooth fracture may be the culprit.

Dental Decay (Cavities)

As dental decay progresses, it consumes the structure of affected teeth until their nerves and roots are left exposed. Our emergency dentists can treat the painful symptoms and recommend the best restoration method.

Abscessed Tooth

If bacteria invade tissues at the root of your tooth, it may lead to an infection known as a tooth abscess. An abscessed tooth causes severe tooth pain and sensitivity, swollen glands, facial and jaw swelling, fever, and draining sores on or around the gums. Because abscesses can lead to serious complications if left untreated, it’s important to contact our emergency dental office to schedule treatment as soon as you can.

Lost or Loose Fillings

Without its filling, a tooth is more vulnerable to decay and injury. If your filling falls out or becomes loose, we can replace it.

Broken Crowns or Lost Restorations

Broken crowns and lost restorations leave your teeth without protection and your smile incomplete. Our emergency dentists can fix both problems by providing temporary or long-term replacements.

Orthodontic Pain or Injuries

When orthodontic brackets and wires don’t stay in place properly, you may experience problems ranging from mild mouth irritation to soft tissue injuries. We can treat the painful symptoms caused by your braces and make adjustments to prevent further offenses.

Tooth Enamel Worn by Teeth Grinding

Tooth enamel is strong, but it’s no match for the constant pressure and friction caused by nighttime grinding. Our dentists can reinforce weak enamel and help you prevent further damage by creating a custom night guard appliance.

Unexplained Sinus Pressure

If you experience chronic sinus pressure but there’s no obvious cause, it could have a dental origin. Let our dentists check for problems such as impacted teeth and unnoticed infections that could cause sinus pressure sensations.

Serious Symptoms: Identifying a Medical Crisis

Should I contact the emergency dental office near me if I experience a serious injury to my jaw?

Sometimes a dental crisis can overlap with one that affects your general health. Symptoms such as severe bleeding, impact injuries to your head, face, or jaw, or excessive swelling could become critical or life-threatening. If you experience such symptoms, our emergency dentists in Orange City recommend going to the nearest hospital emergency room or dialing 911 for professional assistance.

How High Are Dental Emergency Fees?

The cost of emergency dental care is difficult to predict. Each patient has a unique condition that will require specific treatments. Our emergency dentists can offer an estimate after assessing your dental condition and pain level. You can pay with a major credit card or take advantage of our convenient financing plans. If you don’t have any dental insurance coverage, you can still pay less for important dental services by joining our DentRite® discount plan. Everyone is eligible for savings, and there are no usage limits. You can even include family members on your plan. Contact our office to learn more.

The emergency dental office near me just closed. Should I wait until it’s open again to seek treatment?

When you have a serious dental crisis and our emergency dentists are away from the office, you don’t have to suffer or put your dental health at risk. Seek treatment and pain relief at a hospital emergency room. The next time you’re faced with a dental disaster, give us a call to schedule an appointment with one of our experienced emergency dentists in Orange City.

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  • Tuesday 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
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  • Thursday 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
  • Friday 8:00 AM – 2:00 PM


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    8:00 AM – 2:00 PM
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    8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
  • Wednesday
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Advanced Dental Care of Orange City

2490 Enterprise Road, Orange City, FL 32763

(386) 951-1412