If you have a dental emergency on your hands, do not hesitate to contact us as soon as possible! Our experienced dental professionals in the Denton area can help you and give you the steps needed to restore your smile.
Types of Dental Emergencies we are experienced in:
- Tooth Pain
- Jaw Pain and Discomfort
- Chipped Tooth
- Dislocated Teeth and Molars
- Soft Tissue Damage
- Fractured/Broken Tooth
- Lost Dental Filling or Crown
Tooth pain may temporarily go away, but until the cause has been fixed by a dentist the discomfort will almost always return. If left untreated, these issues can lead to additional complications resulting in more expensive treatment, or even the loss of your tooth.
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After setting your dental appointment here are a few tips to help in easing your tooth pain.
- Use a cold pad or compress on the pain area
- Elevate your head when sleeping
- Avoid chewing hard and/or crunchy foods
- Seek out the proper Pain Relievers
- Rinse with Saltwater to sooth tooth pain
Pain in your mouth may also be present, from mild to very bad. But sometimes, it takes a dentist to find dental issues that could potentially become big problems in the future. An exam and x-rays may be the solution for you.
Root Canal Therapy
All of your teeth have roots – These roots extend far below the gumline and can become infected or abscessed. This can cause inflammation and a great deal of pain, and the solution is root canal therapy.
A crown is a sort of cap that is placed over a damaged, unattractive or missing tooth in order to restore the look, fit and function of that tooth back to normal.
A dental implant is an artificial tooth root that can be attached to an artificial tooth. This root is placed into the jaw, replacing the whole structure of the tooth and integrating with the jawbone.
Insurance & Financing Options
We know the cost associated with emergency dentistry is stressful, but we’re always here to help you. We offer financing options to ease your financial burden while we help ease your pain. Want to find out more about your options for financing? Feel free to call us with questions or click the button below to learn more about CedCompare, Submit, and Carecredit.
We accept most dental insurance on an indemnity basis. If we’re not in-network with your insurance provider, we can help you submit a claim to your insurance company for reimbursement. We do not accept state-funded insurance such as Medicaid.
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- Debit Cards
- Credit Cards (VISA, MasterCard, Discover & American Express)
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