Call Our 24/7 Emergency Dental Care Team (424) 281-7655
Call Our 24/7 Emergency Dental Care Team (424) 281-7655

Emergency Dentist 24/7
Los Angeles, CA

Westwood Dental Care

Dr. Ebi Nikjoo

10921 Wilshire Bl #601
Los Angeles, CA 90024

Call Now: (424) 281-7655

Emergency Dental Hours

Monday 9AM-6PM
Tuesday 9AM-8PM
Wednesday 9AM-8pm
Thursday 9AM-6PM
Friday 9AM-6PM
Saturday 9AM-3PM
Sunday 10AM-3PM

Payment Options

Most Insurances Accepted
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Services & Treatments Offered

Cosmetic Dentistry, Dental Implants, and Emergency Dentistry 24/7

Financing/Payment Plans

Apply for a Dental Emergency Line Of Credit

Doctor Bio

USC School of Dentistry

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Emergency Dentist near Los Angeles California

At Westwood Dental Care we Specialize in Cosmetic Dentistry, Dental Implants, and Emergency Dentistry 24/7. Our office strives to provide excellent, comprehensive, gentle dentistry to all individuals. Serving patient's who are our friends in a warm environment is the goal of our well trained dental team. We care for our patient's like only family can. Westwood Dental Care is preferred by people who know the difference!

Emergency Dental Care Services 24/7 Los Angeles CA

Dental emergencies may include teeth that have been avulsed (knocked out), forced out of their normal position, luxated (loosened) or fractured. In addition, your lips, gums or cheeks may also be cut. The majority of oral injuries can often be painful and should be treated by a dentist as soon as possible.

Getting to a dentist within 30 minutes can make the difference between saving or losing a tooth. You should immediately call your dentist for an emergency appointment and most importantly always handle the tooth by the crown, not the root (the part of the tooth below the gum) because you could damage cells that are vital for bone re-attachment.

Other injuries inside the mouth include tears, puncture wounds and lacerations to the cheek, lips or tongue. You should clean the wound right away with warm water, and transport the injured person to a hospital emergency room for care. Tongue bleeding can be reduced by pulling the tongue forward and applying pressure to the wound with gauze.

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