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Emergency Dentistry

Dental trauma often occurs when you least expect it, leaving you in need of emergency dental care as quickly as possible. At CarolinasDentist, we reserve space in our schedule to accommodate same-day dentist appointments. Our goal is to treat you with efficiency and accuracy to provide you with a long-term smile solution, rather than a quick fix. Contact one of our skilled emergency dentists today!

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Common Types of Dental Emergencies

Wondering if your dental issue requires emergency attention? Here are some of the most common types of dental emergencies to look out for:

  • Broken Dental Restoration (Crown, Bridge, or Denture)
  • Chipped or Cracked Tooth
  • Inflamed Gums
  • Knocked-Out Tooth
  • Lost Filling
  • Persistent Toothache

If you’re experiencing any of the above issues, please contact us right away so that we can get you into our office for treatment. We never want you to have to wait in pain or spend time trying to find a dentist who can get you in. We’ve got you covered!

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Cost of Emergency Dental Care

The cost of treatment often prevents patients from getting the quality dental care they need. We never want our patients to have to choose between their oral health and their budget, especially in an emergency situation. We offer a variety of payment options, including our Carolina Cares Program, CareCredit®, and Comprehensive Finance, to ensure a healthy smile is always within your reach.

Emergency Dentistry FAQs

What constitutes a dental emergency?

A severe toothache, abnormal bleeding, or a broken tooth are a few of the most common dental emergencies. If you’re experiencing abnormal dental pain, you should seek advice from a dental professional as quickly as possible.

How can I prepare for a dental emergency?

Dental emergencies are not always preventable, but you can better respond to them if you have the right tools. We recommend adding a few dental-specific items to your emergency kit, including floss, gauze, and a small container to transport a broken tooth. You should also have our contact information in an easily-accessible place so you can speak with a member of our team immediately.

How soon should I make an appointment after a dental emergency?

The sooner you seek help, the better. There is a small window of time that a knocked-out tooth may be salvaged, so it’s critical that you notify us of your dental emergency promptly. We do everything we can to get you into our office the very same day you call.

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