Dental Solutions of Grant Ave.
2455 Grant Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19114
We accept same-day emergency appointments. Call us today at (267) 367-5015.
There’s no good time for a dental emergency to happen. A cracked tooth can demolish your plans and leave you searching frantically for, “emergency dental care near me.” Getting emergency dental care before you suffer any long-term or permanent damage is the key to protecting your long-term dental health.
Convenient emergency dental care is easier to find that you might think. Our emergency dentists in Northeast Philadelphia can treat your painful dental crisis during our scheduled business hours. Call our emergency dental office to schedule a visit. Whenever possible, we’ll try to arrange a same-day visit. Once you arrive for your consultation, we’ll determine what’s wrong, relieve your pain and make sure that you get the necessary treatment to prevent a recurrence.
Emergency dental services include many essential treatments and procedures that are necessary for maintaining great dental health. The following urgent dental care services are just a few that our dentists provide during office hours:
We treat many types of conditions and symptoms on an emergency basis. Here are a few examples of problems that require emergency dental care.
Infection and structural instability may occur if broken or fractured teeth aren’t addressed quickly. If your tooth breaks or you can feel a crack when you run your tongue over your tooth’s surface, give us a call.
Knocked-out teeth can occur during a sports-related accident or a blow to the face. Our emergency dentists can save the tooth if you can get to us quickly. Be sure to keep the tooth moist. Place it back into the socket without touching its root, or store it between your cheek and gum, and call us immediately for instructions.
If you are experiencing severe toothache pain, don’t delay in calling us to get relief, especially if there has been an injury to your tooth or you’re also experiencing fever, ear pain, or swelling.
Sensitivity is a common dental symptom, but it may require urgent dental care when it appears or worsens suddenly or for no apparent reason. A serious tooth fracture or infection may be to blame.
Tooth decay deteriorates the structure of teeth over a period of months or years. When a cavity finally exposes a tooth’s root or pulp, pain and sensitivity become noticeable. Our emergency dentists will determine how to best repair the damaged tooth and relieve your symptoms.
An abscessed tooth isn’t just painful, it can be dangerous if left untreated. Symptoms of this serious infection of the tooth root include severe tooth pain, tooth sensitivity, facial swelling, unpleasant mouth odors, fever, and sores that may open or drain. Call our emergency dental office to make an appointment if you have symptoms of a dental abscess.
Fillings that become loose or fall out of your teeth can make normal eating difficult. They also leave your teeth more vulnerable to decay. Call us as soon as possible to replace a missing, unstable, or damaged filling.
Broken crowns and missing restorations create a cosmetic crisis, and they also invite tooth decay and structural damage to the underlying teeth. Let our emergency dentists give you back your smile and protect your teeth with a replacement restoration.
The broken or displaced brackets and wires of metal braces can result in oral pain or injury. Our dentists will relieve your irritated mouth tissues and adjust the components of your orthodontic device to prevent any additional problems.
Many people who grind their teeth aren’t aware of the damage that this behavior is doing to their tooth enamel. If you notice a visible change in the surfaces of your back teeth, let our dentists have a look. If grinding your teeth is causing a problem, we can strengthen the chewing surfaces and provide a custom night guard to help stop any further damage.
Persistent feelings of sinus pressure can sometimes be related to an undiagnosed dental problem. Our dentists can help determine if an impacted tooth or another problem is at the root of your unexplained sinus symptoms.
When a dental injury is accompanied by another serious medical symptom or injury, you will need advanced medical care that emergency dentists in Northeast Philadelphia cannot provide. If you experience excessive bleeding, severe swelling, or any type of forceful injury to your head, face, or jaw, seek care at a hospital emergency room immediately.
Because every emergency is different, it’s impossible to predict the price of emergency dental care until after our emergency dentists have made a diagnosis. Dental conditions that must be treated surgically or over a period of time will probably cost more than simple problems that are treated with medication. Our office accepts most major dental plans and credit cards, and we also offer financing options for those who cannot pay their bill all at once. Patients without dental insurance may save money by taking advantage of our DentRite® discount plan. It’s not insurance, but it can save participants between 20 and 70 percent off of many essential dental services. Contact our office for details.
When you have a painful emergency or one that could threaten your future dental health, it’s important to access emergency dentists as soon as possible. You can obtain treatment and pain relief at the nearest hospital emergency room or after-hours medical clinic. If your emergency occurs during business hours, please give us a call to be connected with one of our experienced emergency dentists in Northeast Philadelphia.
Call our office at (267) 367-5015