Toothache or Sinus Infection?

With cold and flu season is upon us, it is tempting to say that toothache you have is caused by sinus pressure and will go away with the cold. But there may another reason. A quick visit to Emergency Dental can help you determine if you have sinusitis, or perhaps something else. When you have a…

Can Holiday Treats Cause Dental Emergencies?

Foods are a daily decision we make… from what we will eat in the morning to midnight snacks. Between meals and mid-day snacks, we often forget to think about our oral health and how these foods affect it. No one likes dental emergencies. We have put together some helpful tips and reminders for you for…

How Emergency Dentists Repair a Chipped Tooth

Teeth are remarkably strong, but it isn’t uncommon for them to chip, crack or break. Many things can cause this including biting down on something hard, being hit in the face or mouth, falling, having cavities, and more. Cracking or breaking teeth can be scary, but don’t fret. Your tooth can be repaired. Emergency Dental…

Don’t Let Dental Anxiety Lead to Dental Emergency

If you have dental anxiety or dental phobia,  you are not alone.  Dental anxiety is a nervousness or stress that you may feel about going to the dentist.  Dental phobia is a more serious than anxiety and leaves the person unreasonably terrified.  At Emergency Dental we can help! Those with dental anxiety or dental phobia often anticipate  the visit will be painful….

Is Your Dental Emergency One for the Hospital or ER Dentist? Find Out

Dental emergencies, like every other terrible surprising life happening, always occurs at the worst time. There’s no good time for tragedy, so when it does surface, the least you can be is informed and prepared. Whether you knocked out a whole row of teeth or have questionable tooth pain, know where you need to go to get the…

How Much is an Emergency Dentist Appointment?

You bit into something a little too hard, got in an accident at soccer practice or maybe even woke up in deeply-rooted mouth pain in the middle of the night and what’s your first thought? The spiral of panic comes crashing down, “How much is this going to cost me?” “How am I going to…

What is Considered a Dental Emergency?

Dental work is no fun and can be a scary situation. But, just because you notice that something is astray, doesn’t always mean that a dental emergency is in the works. Tooth pain, which, worldwide, affects 60–90% of school children and nearly 100% of adults, can range from dull to extensive and can have lots of different…

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Emergency Dental Service: 10 Things You Need to Know

Throughout your everyday life, you may find yourself in circumstances where your dental health is a concern. In fact, 62% of adults aged 18-64 visited the dentist in 2014, and not only for routine visits. Other reasons could be from a sports accident, hard food, or even the result of bad habits. What can you…