Dental emergencies can happen anywhere, anytime. We understand and we will attempt to see you as soon as possible. If you experience a dental emergency, please call or stop by one of our multiple locations, and we will gladly see you on the same day. If you have a dental emergency during non-business hours, please call the number of the location that is close to you. If you have a need that your office cannot meet, our internal referral program will allow you opportunity for treatment at another centralized location within our group.

Note: Please see your nearest emergency room if you experience any of the following dental/medical emergencies:

What is a Dental/Medical Emergency?

  • Uncontrolled bleeding
  • Swelling, especially around the neck, throat, floor of the mouth/under the jaw, corner of the eye
  • Any swelling combined with problems breathing
  • Fever greater than 102 degrees

What is a Dental Emergency?

  • Chipped, broken, or cracked tooth with pain
  • A tooth (adult tooth) that has been knocked out
  • Pain coming from your mouth or jaw area

What is NOT a Dental Emergency?

  • Tooth sensitivity
  • Broken filling or chipped, broken or cracked tooth with no symptoms
  • Loss of a temporary crown with no symptoms
  • Soreness following a filling or tooth extraction