$79 Emergency Exam & X-Ray
Experiencing a dental emergency? All Smiles Dentistry provides same-day emergency appointments. Get an emergency exam and one peri-apical x-ray for only $79 (a $168 value)!
Even with the best preventive and restorative dental care, oral health issues can strike at any time. If you damage a permanent tooth or suffer a broken dental restoration, don’t wait to contact us for an emergency dentist appointment. At All Smiles Dentistry, our cosmetic and implant dentist Dr. Catherine Mentesana and her skilled team offer emergency dental care to patients of all ages!
To ensure prompt relief, our team will provide same-day visits whenever possible, to avoid potentially serious oral health problems. If you develop a deep cavity or lose a tooth due to oral trauma, it’s important to visit us at All Smiles Dentistry right away. The sooner you visit us for urgent dental care, the sooner we can reduce your pain and prevent costly dental complications.
Our team offers emergency care for a variety of conditions, including the following:
- Knocked-out teeth
- Fractured and chipped teeth
- Damaged or lost dental restorations
- Bleeding that won’t stop
- Dental abscesses
- Foreign objects lodged between the teeth
- Jaw pain
You may also benefit from emergency dentistry if you’re undergoing orthodontic treatment and damage or lose your aligners.
How can I protect my teeth and gums from dental emergencies?
To protect the health of your teeth and gums, it’s important to practice good oral hygiene. The team at All Smiles Dentistry recommends brushing your teeth twice daily, flossing before going to bed, and visiting All Smiles Dentistry every six months for a professional dental cleaning. To reduce the risk of oral trauma, the team recommends wearing a mouthguard when playing sports and wearing a nightguard if you grind your teeth. Taking the time to implement these simple practices can preserve your smile.
If a permanent tooth falls out, what should I do?
If one of your permanent teeth falls out, carefully pick it up and rinse it in tap water. Try to put the tooth back in the socket, but if it moves around, tuck it inside your cheek or place it in a glass of milk. Once the tooth is secure, call the team at All Smiles Dentistry. The administrative staff can make recommendations to limit the pain and prevent swelling on your way to the office. When you arrive, we'll always prioritize saving the permanent tooth, but sometimes restorations may be necessary.
What should I bring to an emergency dental appointment?
If you’re a new patient at All Smiles Dentistry, bring a photo ID and health insurance card to your first appointment. If you're experiencing bleeding or tooth pain, our dentist recommends using clean gauze or applying a pack of ice to your cheek.
Schedule Your Emergency Dentist Appointment
Emergency dentistry provides same-day care for potentially serious oral health problems. If you develop a deep cavity or lose a tooth due to oral trauma, it’s important to visit All Smiles Dentistry right away. The sooner you make it to the office, the sooner the team can reduce your pain and restore your healthy smile.
To receive the gentle emergency dental care you need, make an appointment at All Smiles Dentistry by calling our office right away or scheduling online.