7300 City Ave Suite 350, Philadelphia, PA 19151.

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What is Emergency Dental Care?

Emergency dental care involves the immediate diagnosis and treatment of an emergency situation. Many dental emergencies happen when you least expect them, leaving you uncomfortable, in pain, and distressed. The emergency can be as simple as a filling that has fallen out, or something more problematic like an abscess or severe tooth pain. We are here to provide your emergency dental care in a welcoming and warm environment, with affordability in mind.

Why might you need Emergency Dental Care?

If you are distressed or in pain due to any type of dental problem, we recommend calling us immediately to be seen. We are equipped to handle most dental emergencies, and can provide you with the care that you need in a comfortable environment. Some of the most common dental-related emergencies include:

  • Severe tooth pain
  • Abscesses and infections
  • Gum inflammation and tenderness
  • Gum bleeding
  • Wisdom tooth pain, inflammation, and infection
  • Lost crowns, bridge work, and fillings
  • Surgical complications
  • Cracked, broken, and fractured teeth

We are equipped to handle most dental emergencies, and can provide you with the care that you need in a comfortable environment.

What are the benefits of immediate Emergency Dental Care?

While you might try to hold off on seeking dental care as long as possible, it is important to come in to have your emergency situation handled. If left untreated, the problem could get worse, requiring more invasive treatment. We are here to take your call whenever you are dealing with an emergency. We work quickly to get you in so that one of our doctors can treat the problem and get you feeling better.

What can you expect during the appointment for a Dental Emergency?

Once you have been scheduled to come in, we will take an x-ray of the area that is bothering you. This x-ray helps our doctors see if there is an infection, decay, or other issue present at the base of the tooth. We will perform a comprehensive examination of the area to determine what the problem is, and will create a personalized treatment plan. If there is an infection in the area, you will be given antibiotics before treatment can begin. Dental emergencies should be handled as soon as feasibly possible. Our staff is fully committed to ensuring your emergency appointment go smoothly.

If you are experiencing any type of dental emergency, we are here to take your call and get you in to be seen by one of our doctors.


(215) 877-0900

Address 7300 City Ave, Suite 350,
Philadelphia, PA 19151