If you are in extreme pain or have a life threatening emergency, please call 9-1-1.
What to Expect
Exam & Treatment
The doctor will talk to you about and perform an exam limited to your area of concern. The doctor may prescribe one or more X-rays or other
diagnostic tests to properly diagnose your issue and will then discuss your
treatment options. If possible, we will begin treating your pain immediately, schedule you for the next available opening, or refer you to a specialist, if needed.
“They were able to see me same day. And the problem was fixed same day. What-A-Relief.”
*Dental Membership Plan includes 1 emergency exam per year.
Can I be seen for an emergency if I am not a regular patient?
Yes. Regardless of whether or not we've seen you before, our priority is getting you to being pain-free as soon as possible.
How long does the exam take?
An emergency exam typically takes 20 to 30 minutes.
How do I know if I am having a dental emergency?
If you are experiencing significant tooth, jaw or gum pain, you are likely having a dental emergency. Some examples of emergencies include:
• An accident or damage to your tooth that has caused it to break or fracture
• An unexplained bump or pimple on your gums
• Sudden severe tooth pain or swelling
• A toothache that is severe enough to cause radiating facial pain
• Sports injury or trauma to your mouth caused by an accident
• Loss of a filling, dental crown, veneer, or other type of restorationIf you are having significant swelling in your face or neck area you should seek immediate medical attention.