If you experience a dental emergency and you are a patient of record, be sure to call our practice as soon as possible. If the office is closed please leave a detailed message. One of our team members will call you when we return to the office. If you need immediate attention after hours for a dental emergency involving acute pain, fever or swelling, call our office and follow the prompts.
For a medical emergency, dial 911.
If you are a patient of record we are here to help you at any time, on any day should a serious situation arise. When your dental health is at risk, we will do everything we can to make sure you’re treated as soon as possible. Though dental emergencies are rare, they can happen, and it’s critical to know how to take care of your teeth no matter what.
If you are not a patient of record and you are in need of urgent dental care, please contact our office and leave a detailed voice mail. One of our team members will contact you as soon as we return. You will be given priority attention to address your dental need.
Common dental emergencies include:
- Broken or cracked tooth/teeth
- Broken jaw
- Permanent tooth knocked out
- Object caught between teeth
- Severe toothache
Please note: This dental practice does not provide any prescriptions after hours for patients who have not been seen in the preceding 12 months.