Advanced Dental Care of Sarasota
3920 Bee Ridge Road, Building E, Suite C, Sarasota, FL 34233
We accept same-day emergency appointments. Call us today at (941) 306-1818.
If a nagging toothache or a painful sense of pressure in your jaw is affecting your quality of life, you may be experiencing a dental emergency. Oftentimes, those who are experiencing oral discomfort will begin to ask themselves, “Where can I find an emergency dental office near me?” Visiting an emergency dental office for the appropriate care is the first step in relieving pain.
When oral discomfort strikes, there’s no need to endure the pain. In fact, the longer you wait, the more painful or costly your condition could become. Our skilled emergency dentists in Sarasota treat a variety of emergency dental issues during normal operating hours. Whether you’ve broken a tooth or dislodged a tooth crown, our emergency dentists can resolve your symptoms and help prevent the situation from recurring.
Our emergency dentists in Sarasota have years of experience treating many dental conditions and symptoms. At our practice, you’ll find a variety of emergency dental services that relieve pain, repair structural damage, or address other oral health problems that could lead to further complications. Here are some of the urgent dental services that we offer during regular business hours:
Many common dental health issues constitute a dental emergency. If you’re suffering from any of the following symptoms or conditions, it’s time to contact our office for treatment:
A tooth that has been structurally compromised should be examined as quickly as possible. Broken or fractured teeth may have jagged edges, so use dental wax to protect your cheeks and tongue from cuts and scrapes.
Avulsed teeth, otherwise known as knocked-out teeth, can often be saved by emergency dentists if the patient seeks help quickly. Clean the knocked-out teeth with warm water, holding them by their crowns only. Call our emergency dentists immediately to book an appointment.
There are a number of dental conditions that can cause severe toothache pain or pressure. Call our office if you experience a persistent toothache, particularly if you also have an earache or fever.
While mild tooth sensitivity may not need to be evaluated by an emergency dentist, a tooth that has become incredibly sensitive may be injured or infected. See our emergency dentists for a diagnosis and pain relief.
When plaque and decay are left untreated, cavities form inside the tooth, exposing the root and causing pain. If you suspect a cavity, give our emergency dental office a call to schedule treatment.
An abscessed tooth occurs when trauma or tooth decay is left untreated, infecting the tooth’s root. You may experience a severe toothache, bad breath, swollen glands around the neck, or gum swelling. Dental abscesses can lead to severe complications, so seek treatment quickly.
If you’ve lost or dislodged a tooth filling, you may experience sensitivity or pain. Lost or loose fillings leave the tooth vulnerable to damage, so it’s important to have them replaced quickly.
Not only do broken tooth crowns or lost restorations create aesthetic issues, they also leave the affected teeth vulnerable to damage. Visit our emergency dentists for a permanent or temporary solution that repairs your smile.
Orthodontic pain or injuries are common among patients with metal braces. If wires or brackets are causing you discomfort, give our office a call. You may need your braces stabilized so you can wear them comfortably.
Nighttime bruxism, or teeth grinding, is a common dental health problem. Over time, constant grinding of the teeth can cause the enamel to break down. If your worn enamel has become painful, see our dentists for urgent dental care.
Many patients are surprised to learn that dental issues, such as an impacted wisdom tooth, can cause severe sinus pressure. Visit our dentists if you experience a toothache that’s accompanied by sinus pressure.
While our experienced emergency dentists in Sarasota provide comprehensive emergency dental care during normal business hours, there are some situations that require immediate intervention. Call 911, your primary care physician, or locate an emergency room if you experience any of the following:
The cost of emergency dental care depends on several factors and will vary from patient to patient. Typically, more complex dental problems will be more costly than more straightforward issues. For example, if you require surgery, that may be more expensive than a procedure done at a dentist’s office. Our emergency dentists work closely with patients to devise a treatment plan that works for their teeth and budget. We accept many forms of payment, including credit cards and insurance plans. Patients without insurance may wish to consider DentRite®, an easy-to-join dental discount plan. DentRite offers Simple Flat Fee pricing and covers your whole family. Call our office for more information about your financing options.