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If your experiencing pain from a dental related emergency, use Emergency Dental Service to find a dentist near you & schedule a same-day dental appointment.

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Use the form below to search our exclusive list of dental referral partners. Simply enter your zip code and then select the distance you are willing to travel, in order to find the closest dental office.

24/7 emergency dentists near your home or work place

Find a dentist near you using our 24-hour emergency patient support team. Our Emergency Dental Services include scheduling an emergency appointment directly with partnering dentist, providing instant insurance verifications, and dental care financing options for unexpected expenses.

Each dental provider in our network will require an exam and x-ray before diagnosing any treatment plans. Some of the most common dental emergencies that are treated are: chipped/broken tooth, tooth extractions, dental implants, bleeding gums, broken crowns/fillings, cavities, and abscessed tooth.

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Ask the dentist

Do you need answers to questions concerning a dental emergency, dental procedure, or oral hygiene? Use our "Ask The Dentist" service to get answers to the most frequently asked dental questions. Read our collection of questions & answers below from top contributing dentists around the U.S.

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What should you do if you have a broken, chipped, or knocked out tooth?

Injuries can happen at any given time of the day and most of the time you will not have the ability to prepare for them. If you have a broken tooth, chipped tooth, fractured tooth, or a tooth gets knocked out, it’s important to know the first step to take after the injury.

The most important step after your injury is to find an emergency dentist that you can inform and that will provide advice on how to minimize the pain from your injury. Using a resource like Emergency Dental Service will give you several dental providers to choose from in your local area that can provide emergency dental care for your tooth within 24 hours....

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When will you need a tooth extraction & will it hurt?

There are several reasons that can lead to your tooth being extracted which include: tooth infection, tooth decay, not visiting a dentist on a regular basis, making room for permanent teeth, to prepare for braces, and to remove broken or badly damaged teeth.

Once a dentist determines that a tooth needs to be removed/extracted, a plan will be created in order to map out the best way to remove the tooth without affecting any other area in your month. The procedure is usually painless based on the dentist numbing the area in the month around the extraction....

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How long does it take to ease the pain after a root canal procedure?

A root canal performed by a dentist cleans out the inside of the tooth and seals it from bacteria so your body can fight the infection and heal. You can compare the healing process to removing a splinter from an infected finger so the finger can heal.

That infected area of the jaw below a tooth can be sore up to a year after a root canal is performed. One more reason your tooth may be hurting is that root canals are only 80-90% successful within the first 5 years....

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How often do fillings need to be replaced?

Here are some good reasons that will signal an alarm for you to get your fillings replaced: • Signs of Decay: On a closer inspection of your afflicted area, signs of decay become more visible and such should make you visit our office immediately. Decay can cause further damage if not treated appropriately.

As bacteria finds a loophole to enter your oral system it would eventually increase and multiply at great pace before it can be stopped. • Chipping or Cracking: Though they may not pose a serious nature to many, but when fillings tend to crack or chip then its best they are replaced....

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If Dry Mouth Causes Major Tooth Decay, Should I Get My Teeth Pulled?

A lot of medicines have dry mouth as a side effect. as you know, dry mouth really increases your cavity risk. Here is how I would look at this- if the cavities are not too big/deep, then I would fix them.

If the cavities get deep into the tooth or under the gums to the bone level, then fixing even with a root canal + crowns becomes difficult. A full set of dentures with dry mouth can also have problems....

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Common Dental Emergencies

A dental emergency is often something that most people are unprepared for. When faced with an unexpected dental situation, it’s important to understand the most common dental emergencies and what you can do at home before you see an emergency dentist. Once your tooth pain is at a manageable level, the next step is finding a dentist near you that is available to take care of your emergency using a trusted resource like Emergency Dental Service.

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Tooth Extraction

When a tooth has damage, is broken, or has decay most dentists will try to fix the tooth with the normal dental crown or filling. There are times when the normal preventive maintenance will not repair a tooth and the tooth has too much damage to be repaired and therefore has to be extracted. The extraction will remove the tooth from its socket in the bone.

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Abscess Tooth

Abscess Tooth

An abscessed tooth is an infection that has occurred on or around the gums in the month. Usually a dental abscess will form between the gum and tooth or sometimes near the root of the tooth. The infection is treatable and can take up to 2 weeks to heal once seen by a medical professional. Tooth abscess will occur inside the tooth when the tooth’s nerve starts dying or is dead.

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Chipped Tooth

A chipped or broken tooth can be fixed very quickly as long as you see an emergency dentist immediately. Once you have an appointment secured, make sure to bring in the broken piece of your tooth with you (if you can’t find it then a partial can be put in its place). Most dentist recommend to keep the tooth in warm milk or water until you get to their office.

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Emergency Dental Blog

Use our dental care blog as a resource to find the most up to date information on dental health & hygiene products in the industry. Browse through our community of writers that cover topics related to dental insurance, the general dental industry, dental hygiene, links to dental resources, & dental emergencies.


Tooth Pain: Common Causes and Prevention

By Emergency Dental Service - Thursday, September 12, 2019
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Your dentist knows best: Brush at least twice a day, floss every day, and be sure to brush your gum line. Taking good care of your teeth greatly reduces the likelihood and severity of tooth pain. Common causes of tooth pain are often related to poor oral hygiene. But if you are experiencing persistent tooth pain, visit your dentist as soon as you can.  read more

Dentist vs Orthodontist for Braces – Which one is Better

By Emergency Dental Service - Thursday, September 12, 2019
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Do you want to align your teeth but confuse, you need to see a dentist or orthodontist? This is a big question that people ever ask. There are many differences and similarities between the dentist and the orthodontist. If you want to straighten your teeth, then it is necessary to find out what orthodontist can do that a dentist can’t. No worries here you will get the right and best information. read more

Tooth Pain: Common Causes and Prevention

By Emergency Dental Service - Thursday, September 12, 2019
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Your dentist knows best: Brush at least twice a day, floss every day, and be sure to brush your gum line. Taking good care of your teeth greatly reduces the likelihood and severity of tooth pain. Common causes of tooth pain are often related to poor oral hygiene. But if you are experiencing persistent tooth pain, visit your dentist as soon as you can.  read more

Dentist vs Orthodontist for Braces – Which one is Better

By Emergency Dental Service - Thursday, September 12, 2019
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Do you want to align your teeth but confuse, you need to see a dentist or orthodontist? This is a big question that people ever ask. There are many differences and similarities between the dentist and the orthodontist. If you want to straighten your teeth, then it is necessary to find out what orthodontist can do that a dentist can’t. No worries here you will get the right and best information. read more

The Top 3 Surprising Reasons Why Straight Teeth Matter

By Emergency Dental Service - Tuesday, August 27, 2019
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Are you considering straightening your smile with orthodontic treatment? You have good reason to invest in yourself! A recent study revealed that almost 80% of patients who completed orthodontic treatment felt that teeth straightening was one of the most life-changing decisions that they ever made. For most teens and adults, the primary motivation to correct a crooked smile is improving appearance and boosting confidence. But did you know that there are also significant health benefits of straight teeth? read more

Dental Emergency Info

Emergency Dental Service is the most convenient way to find a dentist near you during an urgent or extreme dental emergency. The network was created over 18 years ago and has recently updated its technology and internal call center agents to increase the ability to service patients with dental emergencies in all 50 states of the US. Over 75% of the patients that use Emergency Dental Service will access the website via a mobile device/smart phone and use the search term “emergency dentist near me”.

This justifies the reason why EDS invested most of it’s 2017 marketing budget into redesigning their website to be mobile friendly and to make calling the 24 hour emergency dental care call center as easy as clicking on the phone number. The EDS call center is available to all patients that need help finding a dentist that can help them get out of pain immediately before their normal participating dentist is open. Most patients that call the network have extreme pain that will not allow them to wait until the next day to take care of their dental emergency.

Emergency Dental Service

All emergency dentist that are a part of the Emergency Dental Service network, have evening, weekend, or walk-in hours that will allow a patient to conveniently be seen immediately. If you or a loved one is experiencing pain or discomfort from a dental emergency using a online dental referral service such as Emergency Dental Service is critical to having the ability to locate a dentist 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

What is an Emergency Dentist?

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Emergency dentists are usually licensed dental providers that own their own dental clinic and provide general & specialty dental services.  They typically accept patients through walk-in appointments or appointments scheduled within 24 hours. Most emergency dentists will have hours that are dedicated to seeing patients with dental emergencies during the evenings and on weekends. Emergency dentists are setup to handle painful and uncomfortable dental problems that usually happen unexpectedly.

How do you find emergency dentists in your local area?

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There are many resources that you can use to locate a dentist near you that will help with a dental emergency. Most of the resources are accessible online and have an easy way for you to call and get additional information.  Some of the top emergency dental resources include: Emergency Dental Service, 1-800-Dentist, Emergency Dentists USA, Emergency Dental Care, 24 Hour Dental, & Aspen Dental

Emergency Dental Care

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Having the knowledge of what to do in a dental emergency is very critical. There are several things that a patient can do in order to prevent a small dental problem from getting worse. Most dentist recommend calling an emergency hotline and getting advice from a license professional in the case of an emergency. The number one recommendation is to keep calm and immediately find a way to ease pain, either through over the counter medication or a doctor’s subscription. Emergency dental care that is handled at home the proper way, will most likely prevent you from having a costly dental bill and sometimes save a broken or fractured tooth.

Tooth Infection

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A tooth infection can become serious if left untreated and not given immediate attention. Most infections can spread to other teeth and other areas of the body over time. Typically the tooth infection is caused by an untreated cavity, injury to an area of the tooth or previous dental work. The most common term used to describe a tooth infection is an abscessed tooth and can usually cause pain while chewing or irritate the gums surrounding the infected tooth.

To treat a tooth infection, you will need to seek the help of a medical professional and he/she will usually run lab tests and imaging to accurately diagnosis the problem. If your pain from a tooth infection occurs during the weekend or late at night, use an online resource such as Emergency Dental Service to find an emergency dentist that is open near you immediately.

Tooth Extraction

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When a tooth has been damaged badly enough some dentist recommend moving forward with a dental procedure called a tooth extraction. A tooth extraction is the removal of a damaged tooth from the socket in the bone. Chipped, fractured, or a severely decayed tooth are usually extracted if they cannot be repaired and healed naturally.

An emergency tooth extraction is usually performed when an unexpected injury to the month has affected one or several teeth. Sports injuries & physical fights are the number 1 & 2 causes for an emergency tooth extraction.  When faced with an emergency that requires immediate emergency dental attention, use valid online resources to find local emergency dentists.

Emergency Dentist Near Me search feature

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One of the newest smartphone features is the ability to utilize your phones GPS signal to find local businesses closest to your location. This is especially important for emergency situations like dental emergencies that can occur unexpectedly. Millions of iPhone users that consistently use Apple Maps & Siri, can now use their phones to do quick searches for emergency dentists near me and find a list of local dentist that are open and accepting walk-in emergency patients.

This feature can also be used to find general businesses that are not emergency related. Another common search is “dentist near me” or “dentists near me” this search usually list all general dentist in any local area that are close to your GPS signal. A lot of people use this search to find a dentist in a new area that they have moved to or are unfamiliar with.

Dental Crowns

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A dental crown procedure is the covering of an existing tooth with porcelain, ceramic or stainless steel. The main reasons most dentist recommend a dental crown are: you have a really extreme discoloration in a tooth, a tooth is super weak and needs support to hold it together, or you want to make your teeth look better for cosmetic reasons.

Most dental crowns are a two-day procedure that require the dentist to create a mold of your tooth one day and input the dental crown on the 2nd day. There is a newer procedure called “Same-Day Dental Crown” that speeds up this process with a one day procedure using a newly developed technology & machine. This procedure is also called CEREC and thousands of dentists are certified in this area.

24 hour dentist | Weekend Dentist open on Saturday & Sunday

weekend dentist open on Saturday & Sunday

Most dental emergencies occur during the evening & weekend hours, which are times that general dentist are closed. In order to find a Saturday dentist you will need to use online resources such as Emergency Dental Service or 1-800-Dentist to find local emergency dentist near your home or office. There are a few dental offices that advertise as being open 24 hours a day & 7 days each week. These offices specialize in dental emergencies and are usually open during late evening hours to accommodate walk-in patients.

Urgent dental care | Dental emergency rooms

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There are thousands of emergency rooms located throughout the United States but most do not specialize in urgent dental care or emergency dental procedures. Emergency rooms will accept patients with dental emergencies but will only issue perceptions to ease the pain and then refer you to a dentist. You will have to find an urgent care dentist or clinic that is setup specifically as a dental emergency room. Both are very hard to find and will take some research using services such as Emergency Dental Service to find an emergency dentist that is close by.

Tooth Abscess

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One of the human body’s ways of protecting itself from bacteria & infection is by forming an abscess around the infection. Through a tooth abscess, the body prevents the infection in or around that tooth from spreading to other areas of the body. An abscessed tooth usually takes a couple of weeks to heal and it is highly recommend to see a dentist to get an evaluation of what is causing the tooth infection. Sometimes the tooth abscess can be very painful and swollen and in many cases need immediate emergency attention. Emergency dentists specialize in treating pain from a tooth abscess and will evaluate the root cause of the infection during your emergency walk-in visit.

Dental Referral Partner Program

We are expanding our network of emergency dental providers across the United States and would love for you to join our team. Currently The EDS Network generates thousands of emergency phone calls and we are in need of additional dentist to help us serve the community.

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