(954) 246-4835

G&G Dental Associates
7030 NW 57th Street, Tamarac, FL 33319

“Find emergency dental care near me.” It’s a command that smartphones across the country process when painful toothaches and lost fillings halt the plans of frustrated dental emergency victims. Emergency dental care is essential for relieving pain, but that’s not all. Getting treatment for dental problems promptly can reduce their impact on long-term dental health.

Where to Find Local Emergency Dentists

When a dental crisis wrecks your day, our emergency dentists in Tamarac are here to help by providing compassionate and comprehensive emergency dental care during our regular business hours. Call our emergency dental office to schedule an appointment. We’ll try to see you on the same day whenever possible. Our goal for treating you is to provide a diagnosis, relieve your discomfort, and evaluate your problem to be sure that you get the treatment needed to prevent a recurrence.

We always provide dental emergencies with same-day care to get our patients our pain.

Our Premium Emergency Dental Services

Emergency dental services include treatments and procedures that relieve sudden and unexpected symptoms or halt the progression of dental conditions that would worsen if urgent dental care was not available. Emergency services that we provide on a regular basis include the following:  

  • Tooth extractions
  • Repair of chipped or broken teeth
  • Treatment of dental infections
  • Management of wisdom tooth pain and swelling
  • Toothache diagnosis and pain relief
  • Treatment of pain and mouth injuries related to malfunctioning or broken orthodontic devices
  • Restoration of lost crowns or fillings

Is It Time to Seek Emergency Dental Care?

I may need emergency dental care near me, but I’m not sure my problem is an emergency. How can I tell?

A dental problem that is causing you pain or producing other symptoms that affect your daily activities is worthy of emergency care. Some conditions worsen without immediate attention. If you’re uncertain about the seriousness of your symptoms, call our office for advice. Here are a few examples of emergencies that we treat every day.

Broken or Fractured Teeth

A broken or fractured tooth is painful and can become infected if not addressed promptly. Use dental wax to protect your mouth from the sharp edges of your broken tooth, and call us as soon as possible to schedule your appointment.

Knocked-Out Teeth

A knocked-out tooth is an alarming emergency, but emergency dentists can often save such teeth if patients act quickly. If your tooth is knocked completely out of your mouth, handle it by the crown and avoid touching the root. Rinse the tooth in warm water, and try to put it back into the socket. If this is uncomfortable or requires force, store the tooth between your cheek and gum instead. Call our office immediately for more specific instructions.

Severe Toothache Pain or Pressure

Severe toothaches demand attention, and some have serious underlying causes. If you are also suffering from pressure sensations, ear pain, or fever, be sure to report these to the dentist who is treating you.

Tooth Sensitivity

Mild tooth sensitivity is usually not a cause for alarm, but a sudden onset or worsening of symptoms without explanation can point to an infection or tooth fracture. If your teeth become severely sensitive without an obvious cause, seek urgent dental care.

Dental Decay (Cavities)

Dental decay leads to deep cavities over time. When the deterioration exposes the roots or pulp of your teeth, you may experience sudden pain or sensitivity. Our emergency dentists can evaluate your tooth decay and devise a treatment plan to restore your teeth.

Abscessed Tooth

An abscessed tooth starts when a bacterial infection develops at the tooth root. As it progresses, you may experience severe pain, facial or jaw swelling, swollen glands, fever, and foul mouth odors. If not treated promptly, an abscess can lead to serious complications. Call our emergency dental office at once if you suspect that you have an abscessed tooth.

Lost or Loose Fillings

If you lose a filling or one become loose, food can get trapped inside the unprotected tooth and contribute to accelerated tooth decay. Call us as soon as possible to have your filling replaced.

Broken Crowns or Lost Restorations

Broken crowns and lost restorations also leave the affected teeth vulnerable to decay and further damage. Our emergency dentists will create a permanent or temporary replacement for your crown and restore your smile.

Orthodontic Pain or Injuries

They can give you a straight, beautiful smile, but components of metal braces can also break and malfunction, causing mouth irritation and even injury. We can treat your discomfort and make adjustments to your orthodontic appliance to prevent ongoing problems.

Tooth Enamel Worn by Teeth Grinding

If you tend to grind your teeth while you sleep, you may eventually cause great damage to your tooth enamel. We can reinforce enamel with strengthening treatments and help you minimize the damage caused by nighttime grinding.

Sinus Pressure

Although sinus pressure is often related directly to the sinuses, it can also be a symptom of an underlying dental problem such as an impacted molar or an infection. If you’re experiencing chronic sinus pressure, we can help rule out dental causes or treat them if they’re present.

Problems Requiring More Than Dental Care

I’ve fallen, and I have more than just dental injuries. Should I look for an emergency dental office near me?

Some dental injuries and symptoms overlap with serious medical emergencies that require intensive treatment. In these cases, you should obtain care at a hospital emergency room or general physician’s office instead of visiting emergency dentists in Tamarac. Symptoms that need specialized treatment include any forceful injuries to the head, face, or jaw, profuse bleeding, and severe swelling.

Understanding Dental Emergency Costs

The price of your emergency dental care depends largely on what treatments are necessary to resolve your symptoms and restore function. Our emergency dentists can give you an estimate of your costs after performing an evaluation and discussing treatment plans. You can pay for your treatment with a major credit card, and we accept most dental insurance plans. Financing options are also available. If you don’t have a dental plan, the DentRite® discount plan may be a great way to reduce your overall costs. It’s not dental insurance, but it provides significant savings on a wide variety of dental services and procedures. Call our office to learn more.

I think I have an abscessed tooth, but it’s Saturday and emergency dentists are not available. Should I wait until Monday to seek care at the emergency dental office near me?

If you experience a serious dental problem or painful emergency outside of office hours, don’t compromise your dental health by delaying treatment. Your nearest hospital emergency room or after-hours medical clinic can provide pain relief and stabilize your condition. When regular office hours resume, our emergency dentists in Tamarac can provide the comprehensive dental care that you need to maintain your comfort and protect your dental health.

Office Hours
  • Monday 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
  • Tuesday 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
  • Wednesday 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM
  • Thursday 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
  • Friday 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM

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  • Monday
    9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
  • Tuesday
    9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
  • Wednesday
    9:00 AM – 6:00 PM
  • Thursday
    9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
  • Friday
    9:00 AM – 5:00 PM

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G&G Dental Associates

7030 NW 57th Street, Tamarac, FL 33319

(954) 246-4835