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Emergency Dentist Fort Myers - Marcelo Mattschei

Emergency Dentist 24/7 Fort Myers, FL

Dental Crown in an Hour - Fort Myer

Dr. Marcelo Mattschei

16960 Alico Mission Way, Ste 100-101
Fort Myers, FL 33908

Hours

24/7 Patient care team available by phone. Call to schedule an emergency appointment within 24 hours.

Payment Options

Major Credit Cards, CareCredit and LendingClub.

Accepted Insurance

Guardian, MetLife, Cigna, Delta Dental, United Healthcare, Aetna and Principal.

Services & Treatments Offered

Bonding, Braces, Bridges and Implants, Same Day Crowns, Traditional Crowns and Caps, Dentures and Partials, Extractions, Fillngs and Repairs, Gum Surgery, Oral Cancer Examinations, Root Canals, Sealants, Teeth Whitening, Veneers

Hours

24/7 Patient care team available by phone. Call to schedule an emergency appointment within 24 hours.

Payment Options

Major Credit Cards, CareCredit and LendingClub.

Accepted Insurance

Guardian, MetLife, Cigna, Delta Dental, United Healthcare, Aetna and Principal.

Doctor Bio

Dr. Mattschei grew up in the Tampa Bay Area where he attended Jesuit High School and later graduated from the local college, the University of South Florida. As early as high school he cultivated a passion of helping others through his leadership in student government, fraternity and civic organizations. A tradition he continued at Marquette University School of Dentistry, as class president. Upon graduating, he continued to offer affordable care as a resident of Waterbury Health Center Hospital in Connecticut. Dental Crown in an Hour is your low-cost leader for same day dentistry since 2012.

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Millions of Americans experience dental emergencies each year, resulting from a wide range of issues. Dental emergencies can be due to a traumatic injury, an underlying health problem, or damage or disease of the mouth that has gone unrecognized and unaddressed. Dental problems significantly diminish your ability to be productive or engage in your favorite activities. Often, the pain you experience will only worsen over time and lead to more complicated and expensive health concerns. When left untreated, dental issues can be utterly debilitating.

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What Are Dental Emergencies?

A dental emergency is an incident that involves damage to your mouth requiring immediate attention from a medical professional to stem bleeding, alleviate severe pain, or save an injured tooth. Some commonly occurring dental emergencies are cracked or fractured teeth, loosened or knocked-out teeth, or an injury to the soft tissue of your mouth, such as your lips, tongue, or cheeks. Excessive or recurrent bleeding or gums indicates periodontal disease, which has been indicated in the development of heart disease, lung infections, cognitive dysfunction, and cancer. An emergency dentist also handles jaw problems, including swelling, pain, limited mobility, popping or grinding sensations, or a jaw that has become locked in place.

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Because dental emergencies tend to be so scary and overwhelming, many people delay in seeking treatment for much longer than they should. While the anxiety of finding, coordinating, and affording the proper emergency dental care can be disheartening, it is absolutely necessary to avoid this common mistake, or you are putting yourself at risk for widespread health consequences in the future. If you experience a dental emergency, contact the specialists at Dental Crown In An Hour immediately. We create and implement your treatment plan on the same day of your visit, meaning you get relief faster and can get back to enjoying life.

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