Emergency Dental Care

If you have a dental emergency, we are here to help. We usually have a team member available 24/7 by phone otherwise leave a message and you will receive a call within 24 hours or less. We are available for emergency services after hours and on the days that we are closed BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. Call us at (833) 377-6265 to schedule an emergency appointment*

What to do in case of a dental emergency?


Toothache:
See your dentist as soon as you feel pain or discomfort. Call (833) 377-6265 and schedule an appointment. Take an Over-the-Counter pain reliever (like Tylenol or Ibuprofen) as recommended on the bottle directions.

Broken, Chipped, or Cracked Tooth: Keep your tooth fragment if possible. Wrap it in a wet gauze or small wet paper towel. Rinse your mouth with warm water and apply a cold compress to your face. Call (833) 377-6265 and schedule an appointment to see your dentist as soon as possible.

Knocked-out tooth: If your tooth comes loose from trauma, there are a few things you need to do right away. First, DO NOT PANIC. If there is debris on the tooth (like dirt or dust) hold the tooth by the crown, not the root. Gently rinse it and place it back inside the socket. If you are unable to reinsert the tooth, place the tooth in milk and call us to make an appointment as soon as possible. If you do not have milk, place the tooth under the tongue or in the corner of the cheek. DO NOT place it in ice, water, or let it dry out. You must be seen by the dentist within the next 12 hours. Call (833) 377-6265 and schedule an appointment to see your dentist as soon as possible.

Broken Jaw: Apply ice or a cold compress to the face. Go to a Medical Emergency Center immediately.

Bitten tongue, Bitten Lip, Sores in the mouth: Keep the area clean. Mix 8oz of warm water with 1 tsp of salt. Mix well and swish for 30 seconds 3-4 times a day. Call (833) 377-6265 and schedule an appointment to see your dentist as soon as possible.

*Emergency Appointments are subject to a flat consultation fee in addition to treatment fees