Find Help For Dental Emergencies in Dallas, TX!
Prevention goes a long way in helping you avoid problems with your teeth. But we know that dental emergencies can strike at any time. Dental pain can come on suddenly, or you could be involved in an accident or sports-related injury that results in a damaged or knocked-out tooth.Doctor Cary Shatto on Dental Emergencies Read Transcript
We welcome emergency so anytime during the day we welcome walk-ins, people that are hurting, or have an issue, we get them in right away, even if they're too bad off we can't maybe do something that day. I mean our goal is to try to get them out of pain that day, but if they cannot we accommodate them, and we work things out to help them for what they're going through at that point in time.
At American Family Dental, we believe you shouldn’t suffer any longer than you have to, which is why we do all we can to treat your dental emergency the same day you reach out to us for help. When you arrive at your emergency dental appointment, we’ll make sure you get the treatment needed to get you out of pain and to keep your healthy smile intact.
Dr. Shatto and our team will also do everything we can to help you even if you suffer a dental emergency outside of our normal business hours. When you need help, you can call our Dallas, TX dental office, and one of our caring staff members will give you access to our emergency services so we can assist you as soon as possible.
Assuming your dental pain or injury will get better on its own could put your oral health at risk. Call 214-360-7261 now for your emergency appointment. You can get a complimentary second opinion for your dental emergency!
Signs You Need Emergency Dental Treatment
You might suffer longer than you should have to simply because you’re not sure if your dental problem would be considered an emergency. In most cases, you know when it’s time to head to your nearest emergency room. But knowing when to see a dentist about problems with your teeth is less clear.
Here are some common signs that you need emergency dental treatment:
- A loose or knocked-out tooth
- A broken or cracked tooth
- A toothache or pain while chewing
- Tooth sensitivity to hot or cold temperatures
- An abscess or open sore inside your mouth
- Pain, tenderness, or swelling in your gums or jaw
If you’re still not sure whether your dental problem is urgent, it’s best to err on the side of caution and call your Dallas, TX emergency dentist, Dr. Shatto, right away. You can tell us your symptoms, and we’ll provide you with instructions about the next steps.
For your family’s dental emergencies, trust our team at American Family Dental in Dallas, TX. Call us now at 214-360-7261. You’ll get the treatment you need and find relief from pain.