We Are Open – Safety is Our Top Priority!
We’ve reopened in accordance with CDC, O.S.H.A., and State Dental Board guidelines to responsibly resume seeing our patients for regular dental appointments and treatment. We want to assure you of the measures we take to maintain a clean and safe environment so you can continue to receive needed dental care without fear or concern.
We accept same day emergency appointments. Call us today at (561) 459-1399.
Are you experiencing dental pain that interferes with your everyday functioning, and you need to see a dentist fast? Pain, infection and chipped, cracked or knocked-out teeth all require urgent dental care. To see an experienced dentist for an unexpected dental problem, please don’t hesitate to call our emergency dentists in Jupiter.
How to Find Emergency Dentists
Every minute that you’re experiencing emergency tooth pain is one minute too many. If you’re in pain or need dental care fast, our emergency dentists in Jupiter are here to help. It’s our aim to arrange a visit for you as soon as possible with one of our emergency dentists for diagnosis and treatment of your dental condition. We have reserved office hours in place so that we can see patients who need emergency dental services within a time frame that will work for them. Patients looking for the terms, “Emergency dental office near me,” should call us for our soonest available appointment.
What Are Emergency Dental Services?
What can an emergency dental office near me do to help?
Emergency dental care can be thought of as any kind of care that’s needed to give a patient emergency tooth pain relief or emergency tooth repair. It also helps to take care of any other dental health issues that can become more serious or eventually require emergency tooth extraction if they’re not treated fast. Call our emergency dental office to learn more about the services listed below.
- Replacement and correction of dental crowns and restorations
- Emergency tooth repair for loose or lost fillings
- Treatment for painful orthodontia
- Diagnosis and care for a dental infection
- Emergency tooth removal
- Alleviation of tooth pain or pressure
- Emergency attention for tooth injuries
When to Seek Emergency Treatment
When should I go for emergency dental care near me?
Our emergency dentists are here to provide speedy relief to the urgent dental problem you’re experiencing. The list below gives examples of the reasons our patients seek emergency treatment.
Chipped or Cracked Teeth
Chipped or cracked teeth can hurt and lead to complications, like infections and serious tooth decay. Make an emergency appointment to preserve your dental health.
A knocked-out tooth always demands urgent dental care. If you get help fast, the tooth may have a chance of being saved particularly if the entire tooth and root has come out. Handle the tooth with care and call our office now for an appointment and advice.
Severe Tooth Pain
When a tooth hurts, it’s a signal that something isn’t right. There are many possible causes of tooth pain. Meet with one of our emergency dentists for fast relief to your pain.
When teeth feel sensitive because you’ve been using concentrated whitening treatments, you rarely need to seek emergency care. However, if the sensitivity comes on for no known reason, it may be that a tooth has a hairline crack or is developing an infection. Get help right away if your teeth suddenly become sensitive.
Dental Decay and Cavities
You may not even know you have dental decay or a cavity until the decay goes past the outer enamel and into the dentin. When decay moves into the dentin, you will probably require emergency tooth pain relief.
A tooth abscess is one of the top reasons people seek emergency dental care. In some instances, it can be treated with draining and antibiotics. However, there are a variety of causes for an abscessed tooth that need to be addressed so that the infection doesn’t return.
Lost or Loose Fillings
If you’ve lost a filling or it’s come loose, it may simply be because the filling has reached the end of its intended lifespan. However, before our dentists replace the filling, we’ll find the cause behind the lost or loose filling to make sure no further treatment is needed.
Broken or Lost Crowns
When a crown or dental restoration is broken or lost, we see our patients on an emergency basis to have their teeth looking good and protected from harm as soon as possible. We can re-affix your crown, repair it or replace it as needed.
Orthodontic Pain or Damage
Patients who wear braces or other orthodontic devices have to be careful about what they eat so that they don’t cause damage to their braces, like broken wires and loose brackets. However, even the most careful patients can experience braces that break in some way and cause acute discomfort. We can provide a fix for painful orthodontics.
Teeth grinding can require emergency dental care when it results in cracked or chipped natural teeth or restorations. Worn tooth enamel can lead to tooth sensitivity or infections. Don’t delay visiting our emergency dental office if you realize you have a problem with teeth grinding.
Are you perplexed by sinus pain or pressure that hasn’t been getting better? There may be a dental cause behind your sinus woes. Our emergency dentists can diagnose and treat the dental issue that may have been disguised as a sinus problem.
Severe Symptoms: When You Need More Than Dental Care
A dental complaint may coincide with an urgent medical problem. Call 911 for immediate medical attention if you have signs of a broken or dislocated jaw, severe bleeding or swelling of the face, mouth or neck.
Emergency Dentist Cost: Payments and Budget
How much will it cost to be seen by an emergency dentist in my area?
How much you can expect to pay for emergency dental care will vary based on what kind of treatment you require and the current state of the teeth or tooth that needs attention. Another factor that determines your final cost is what portion of your visit, if any, will be covered by dental insurance.
You can also receive discounts on your treatment if you’re enrolled in the DentRite® Discount Plan. DentRite® isn’t insurance, but it’s a way to save on the cost of regular and emergency dental care, such as crown replacement and emergency tooth pulling. Patients who are looking for the terms, “emergency dentist no insurance,” are often pleased to find out about this money saving plan. Please call our office, and we can tell you more about our options for low-cost dental care.
What should I do if I’m experiencing a dental emergency on a Sunday? Are there any options for emergency dental care near me on the weekends?
If you’re suffering from an after-hours dental emergency on a Sunday or any other time outside of regular office hours, your best bet may be to call 911 or otherwise seek medical care at a hospital. A medical doctor or practitioner can provide basic 24-hour dental emergency care for acute issues like a knocked-out tooth or serious infection. Once your acute symptoms are addressed, you can meet with one of our emergency dentists for comprehensive dental care.