Dental Solutions Market Street
722 Market Street, First Floor, Philadelphia, PA 19106
We accept same-day emergency appointments. Call us today at (267) 367-5012.
When your child suffers a fractured tooth on the softball field, getting emergency dental care quickly is critical. A serious dental emergency does more than cause pain. If you don’t treat it quickly, it can lead to complications that affect the health of your teeth and gums in the future.
Fortunately, you have access to experienced and compassionate emergency dentists who are located in your area. When the unexpected dental problem catches you off guard, our emergency dentists in Center City Philadelphia are here to help by providing top-notch emergency dental care during office hours. To schedule an appointment, call our emergency dental office at any time during our regular hours of operation. When possible, we’ll see you on the same day. We’ll discover the reason for your pain, relieve your suffering, and make sure that you get the treatment you need so the problem won’t come back.
Emergency dental services are tests and treatments that address urgent and unexpected symptoms. A typical urgent dental care visit could include an examination, medications to alleviate pain and other symptoms, emergency dental procedures, or even referrals to specialists. Our emergency services include the following:
Any of the following dental conditions or accidents is a good reason to obtain emergency dental care.
Ignoring a fractured or broken tooth can risk further structural damage and tooth infection. Don’t risk losing your tooth in the future, call us for an emergency evaluation.
If you can bring us your knocked-out tooth quickly, our emergency dentists may be able to reimplant it. Be sure to keep your tooth moist by storing it either in its socket or between your cheek and gum. Never touch the tooth’s root. Call us immediately after the incident to obtain more detailed instructions.
Severe tooth pain can have many possible causes, and none of them should be left untreated. Call us when your pain begins to get prompt treatment and prevent complications. Never place aspirin on your painful tooth. Use dental floss to gently remove any foreign objects.
Mild sensitivity isn’t usually serious, but if you suddenly experience an intense and unexpected pain when drinking a cold or hot drink, an undiscovered tooth fracture or infection could be to blame. Request urgent dental care if your tooth sensitivity is new or unusual to rule out serious underlying causes.
Tooth decay destroys your teeth gradually, but you may experience a painful crisis when a cavity exposes sensitive nerves or tooth roots. Our emergency dentists can help by easing your pain and finding the right treatment to restore your damaged tooth.
An abscessed tooth causes a considerable amount of pain and can lead to serious consequences when left untreated. This severe infection also causes facial swelling, tooth sensitivity, swollen glands, fever, foul mouth odor, and open or draining sores on or near your gums. Contact our emergency dental office to obtain an appointment immediately if you experience any of these symptoms.
A lost or loose filling is more than just an inconvenience that makes eating more difficult. It increases your risk of decay and physical damage to the affected tooth. Call us as soon as you notice a problem with your filling so that we can replace it.
Our emergency dentists can restore your smile and protect your teeth when a broken crown or lost restoration ruins your day. Both temporary and permanent replacements may be available.
Metal wires and brackets can break and shift, causing pain and injury to delicate mouth tissues. When your orthodontic appliances cause discomfort, we can ease your symptoms and stabilize your braces to eliminate ongoing problems.
Grinding your teeth or bruxism is an unconscious behavior that can cause significant damage to tooth enamel. Let our dentists strengthen your teeth with fortifying treatments and provide a nightguard to help you avoid further damage.
Unexplained and persistent feelings of sinus pressure can be disturbing. If sinus disease isn’t present, the sensations could be related to an underlying dental problem, such as an impacted molar or deep infection. Our dentists can help you get to the bottom of your frustrating sinus pressure by finding and treating any related dental problems.
In some circumstances, dental problems occur alongside serious medical problems that could be life-threatening or affect long-term general health. In these cases, you need advanced care that emergency dentists in Center City Philadelphia can’t provide. Please call 911 or go to a hospital emergency room if your dental symptoms are due to a serious face, head, or jaw injury or involve severe swelling or bleeding.
Emergency dental care costs vary widely because every patient’s care is unique. Our emergency dentists can provide an estimate of your overall costs after performing an examination and determining your treatment needs. When it’s time to pay for your services, we accept most dental insurance plans and major credit card payments. We also have financing options available if you cannot pay your entire bill at once. If you don’t have dental insurance, consider joining the DentRite® discount plan. It isn’t an insurance policy, but it offers significant savings on major dental procedures, emergency care and many essential and elective dental services. Contact us for details.
While minor problems like small tooth chips can wait for a few hours or days, it’s important to see a dentist for serious and painful dental emergencies that could threaten your long-term dental health. If our dentists are unavailable, visit your local hospital emergency room for treatment. If your problems recur during our regular business hours, please call us to obtain an appointment with one of our skilled emergency dentists in Center City Philadelphia.
Call our office at (267) 367-5012