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Emergency Dental Service is an online resource for patients that are experiencing a dental related emergency. We directly partner with local dentist in Glendale, AZ 85310 that are open during off peak hours and weekends to help patients find a same-day or next-day appointment. Our services include: direct scheduling with dental providers, insurance verifications, discounted dental plans, and dental financing for emergency, specialty, and cosmetic dental procedures.
For patients that are looking for an emergency dentist with no insurance or extra cash/credit to pay for their dental emergency, EDS now offers multiple financing options to help cover unexpected dental expenses. Get an Instant approval (all credit levels accepted): click here to apply for a Dental Emergency Line Of Credit.
To schedule a same-day appointment, simply call (623) 666-5915, enter your zip code, and our patient support team will help you find a dentist immediately.
Dr. Manpreet Baydal
6615 Happy Valley Rd. #103, Glendale, AZ 85310
Dr. John Upton
18555 N. 79th Ave. #A-104, Glendale, AZ 85308
Walk-in emergency dentists specialize in caring for patients in extreme emergency dental situations. Typically, these patients have circumstances in which they cannot wait to see their general dentist and require immediate attention. Some of the common reasons for having to visit an emergency walk-in dentist include: severe tooth pain, broken crowns, dental abscesses or chipped teeth. Walk-in dentists accept new patients without an appointment and are generally in the office during off peak hours (evenings, weekends and holidays).
When in need of immediate care, there are two types of dentists that may be available to assist you. One is known as an“Emergency Dentist” and the other being any dentist that is available on a 24-hour basis. While they both may provide many of the same services; there are a few distinct differences between the two.
Both dentists are available for immediate care but the extent of immediacy may be limited due to the hours of operation of the service provider. An Emergency Dentist is usually on call and will provide emergency dental services during normal or sometimes extended hours. A 24-Hour Dentist is always open day or night to assist you and your emergency dental needs.
Unfortunately there are times when an unforeseen dental emergency takes place in the middle of the night and you are unable to find an emergency dental provider. When you simply cannot bear waiting until a dentist opens for normal business hours, a 24-Hour Dentist would be there to assist you.
Urgent care facilities are extremely convenient and are becoming popular in most areas. These health care facilities typically handle most emergency care needs including dental emergencies. Some facilities have a dentist located inside of the office and they are equipped to handle all emergency dental services. It is common for some emergency dentists to be on call 24/7 and they typically charge an emergency fee for seeing patients after hours and during the weekends/holidays. Click to find some of the Top Dental Urgent Care Centers Local Urgent Care Centers
A 24-Hour Dentist truly goes above and beyond because they are available 24 hours a day for your convenience. This means that no matter what time of day or night you have a dental emergency, you can receive the treatment that you so desperately need. A 24-hour dentist could work at a 24-hour emergency dental center or just might be an “on-call” dentist that is available at any time- day or night.
Because this type of dentist is committed to working such odd hours, they are naturally the most difficult to locate. In fact, your local area may not even have an emergency dental facility. However, there’s no need to fear because if you do require dental assistance at 2 o’clock in the morning, we can still help you find a dentist near you that can help.
Believe it or not, most emergency rooms have a 24-hour dentist on staff in order to accommodate those patients who happen to have dental emergencies that require immediate medical attention that occur after normal business hours. In the event that there aren’t any 24-hour dental centers located in your area, you will be connected with the nearest dentist that will be able to see you ask quickly as they possibly can.
A serious dental emergency can occur at any time and when it happens, it is better to be prepared then to be caught unaware of what to do. Contacting your regular dentist in a timely manner is the most important thing when faced with a emergency dental situation but when the office is closed, there are only a few options available for you.
You must first understand what situations are classified as a dental emergency and then be aware of what to do immediately. Read the most common 7 dental emergency situations below and feel free to schedule an appointment with an emergency dentist near you using Emergency Dental Service.
Any trauma to a tooth or the entire jaw classifies as a tooth injury. An injury may cause the tooth to be loosened up or even become removed from its normal position. Immediately seek help from your routine local dentist if this happens to you or contact Emergency Dental Service to find a dentist 24 hours a day. Our emergency dentist will treat your tooth injury within 24 hours to restore the tooth or teeth to the normal state of the tooth before the injury. Most dentists will recommend that you don’t try to fix it on your own in order to avoid further damage.
Toothaches that are unbearable should not be ignored. They usually signal serious problems like infection or decay. Depending on the toothache, rinsing with either cold or warm water can temporarily help. Over the counter painkillers are recommended until you can schedule an appointment with an emergency dentist listed on the Emergency Dental Service website.
If you have a knocked-out tooth due to some trauma or accident, you have little time to waste. The tooth can be re-fixed to its socket but only if it receives emergency care within 2 hours of being knocked out. When faced with this dental emergency, gently rinsing the tooth in saline or salty water to remove any visible debris or blood is the first thing you should do. If you do not have saline available, put the tooth in small container filled with saliva and then schedule an appointment with an emergency dentist.
If a wire in your braces has broken or come loose, it may poke and scrape your gums, cheeks or tongue. This calls for seeking emergency dental services with a dentist near you. As a temporary measure, you can try covering the wire end with a piece of gauze or a small cotton ball. Once you stop the wire from causing any further damage, schedule an emergency appointment as soon as possible.
Notice a painful swelling filled with pus on your gum? It could be an abscess, which is an infection that attacks a tooth’s root or the space between the gums and teeth. Leaving the infection untreated can cause it to severely damage surrounding tissu