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What Is An Emergency Dentist?

In today’s society, there are specialties for everything you can imagine.  People think it natural to seek an orthopedic surgeon, a specialist,  if you need a ligament in your knee repaired. It pays to have the same standards when it comes to your oral health.  In life, our permanent teeth are ours to make last…

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Avoid Dental Emergencies With These Quick & Easy Tips

Dental emergencies aren’t something we think about until AFTER it happens. A tooth chips, you have a popcorn kernel stuck, a filling loss or just tooth pain from not taking care of that cavity, you said you would take care but never did. It’s time to be proactive, not reactive when it comes to your…

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Breakdown of Unexpected Dental Appointments

If you or a loved one are experiencing a dental emergency, we will do our best to find the earliest available appointment to have the problem area addressed and examined. Read below to learn more about how we facilitate unexpected dental appointments so you can come in with ease of mind. Contact an emergency dental…

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Handling Dental Emergencies

Any physical emergency is enough to send you in a panic. Especially when you’ve pushed off signing up for insurance or simply can’t justify the cost. Dental emergencies or any health-related work with or without insurance tends to be costly, which is why we created a slew of easy payment options for our patients with…

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Explaining the Emergency Dental Costs

Lately, your teeth may have been feeling extremely sensitive to cold fluids, or maybe you just chipped a tooth; while the pain is searing, you can’t help but ignore the looming cost. There are many factors that will affect the cost of an emergency dental procedure including location, severity, and number of teeth affected. While…

What You Need To Do When A Dental Emergency Strikes

There are two reasons you might be questioning your need to visit an emergency dentist after a dental emergency occurs. Either you: Visibly have damaged teeth Are experiencing some level of oral pain Both are great reasons to start evaluating whether you should run for the emergency dentist office or not. Certainly, you’re concerned about…

Wisdom Teeth Removal: 3 Signs to Watch For

Wisdom teeth removal is common. Around adults around ages 17-25 for many reasons. Your dentist might recommend wisdom teeth removal as a preventative procedure for common problems including: Tooth decay from ruptured wisdom teeth not reachable by a toothbrush Lack of space, causing damage to neighboring teeth Gum infection surrounding the wisdom teeth Pain or…

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…

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…