Emergency Dentistry

Do you have a painful or broken tooth? Give us a call immediately. Our team at ProSmiles has worked with many different kinds of patients over the years, and we can quickly get to the bottom of your emergency so that you don’t have to live with the pain or the dental damage any longer than you need to. We’ll set up an appointment to provide emergency dentistry in our Hurst, TX dental office as soon as possible – ideally on the same day.

Why Choose ProSmiles For Emergency Dental Care?

  • Same-Day Appointments Available
  • Most Major Insurance Plans Accepted
  • Sedation Dentistry Options Offered

Understanding The Cost Of Dental Emergencies 

Dental emergencies come in all shapes and sizes – and naturally, so do their treatments. As such, the cost of emergency dentistry is going to be different for everyone. You might need root canal treatment, an extraction, or even a simple filling. Your injury may only require a round of antibiotics. No matter the type of care you need, we’ll consider all of your options and point you toward the most efficient and cost-effective treatment plan that will have you smiling again as soon as possible.

How Do I Know If I’m Having A True Dental Emergency?

If you notice that something is wrong with your smile without any immediate dental injury, try flossing and rinsing your mouth. In some cases, it could be a pesky popcorn kernel or a small object stuck between teeth. However, if the pain persists, you may be having a dental emergency. The easiest way to tell is if your discomfort is taking away from your focus on daily tasks. Pain combined with difficulty concentrating will require a call to our office. From there, we will be able to give you the best next steps before you see us.

You’ll need a professional’s touch to overcome a true dental emergency, but that doesn’t mean you can’t find ways to ease your pain and protect your smile before you get to our dental office. When you call for an emergency appointment, we’ll give you some advice for taking control of the situation.

When Should I Visit the Dentist Vs. The ER?

If you have a dental emergency like a knocked out, broken, dislodged, or infected tooth, contact our office right away for a same-day appointment. We are best equipped to help with any dental-related issues, whereas an urgent care facility won’t have the necessary resources. That said, if you have a broken jaw, deep facial wound, difficulty breathing, or anything else considered potentially life-threatening, go to an ER for urgent medical care. Once you’ve been treated, we’ll be happy to restore your smile if necessary.

What Type Of Dental Treatment Will Get Me Out Of Pain?

We offer a wide range of emergency dental treatments because urgent issues come in all shapes and sizes. No two smiles are the same, which is why it’s impossible to make a recommendation for the treatment you need without examining your mouth first. One of our team members will carefully look over your smile and examine the affected area before developing your personalized treatment plan. The most common services we offer for emergencies are:

  • Tooth Extractions
  • Root Canal Therapy
  • Dental Crowns
  • Sedation
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