Dental Emergencies can strike at any time and there are many reasons a person may need an emergency dentist. Whether you’ve been a patient in our practice or not, if you are experiencing a dental emergency be sure to call or text us as soon as possible and our team will try to accommodate.
Do I need emergency dentistry? Call us if…
- Tooth Knocked Out
- Gum/Tongue/Cheek Injuries – If bleeding will not stop.
- Chipped/Broken Teeth – If the chip is significant or your tooth is cracked, or your tooth is in pieces.
- Lost Filling/Crown
- Tooth Loose
- Broken Jaw
The number one cause of adult tooth damage every year is playing sports. This spans all types of athletics and creates the need for emergency appointments throughout the Phoenix area. Even a backyard game of basketball can lead to someone damaging a tooth or someone knocking a player’s tooth out. The same holds true for kids playing sports as well. While there are ways to protect yourself like wearing a mouth guard, a dental emergency is still possible. When an emergency strikes call us.
Severe and sudden toothaches are another reason people in Arizona end up needing an emergency dentist. We can examine teeth and determine what is causing the pain. Emergency rooms are seldom set up for dental emergencies, but in life threatening situations please call 911 or seek medical help.
ARIZONA SMILE CENTER COSMETIC DENTISTRY
IF YOU HAVE A FEAR OF DENTAL WORK
Stuffy offices, callous interactions, dental anxiety and unpleasant procedures can prevent you from getting the dental care you need. At Arizona Smile Center, we’re determined to change all this! In our crisp modern office, you’ll be offered state-of-the-art solutions served with small-town hospitality. Our team is so friendly and skilled, you’ll consider them family as they compassionately care for your dental needs.
Our patients’ health and safety are our top priorities. As leaders in the community, we are raising the standard of care again by using the Solea laser and HEPA air purification systems in addition to our rigorous PPE protocol. Our Solea lasers allow for Shot-Free / Drill Free procedures and reduces dental splatter and aerosols by up to 99.9% compared to traditional handpieces. In addition to the laser we offer oral and other sedations to reduce dental fears.