Dental Solutions of Media
6 Oriole Ave, Media, PA 19063
We accept same-day emergency appointments. Call us today at (610) 679-6109.
Does the apple you just bit into now contain half of your tooth? A dental emergency is never convenient, and sometimes it’s extremely painful. It’s important to be able to find emergency dental care when you need it. Addressing dental problems as soon as they happen can help protect your long-term dental health.
Before typing “emergency dental care near me” into your phone, take a deep breath. We’ve got you covered. Our skilled emergency dentists in Media treat common dental emergencies during business hours. Call our emergency dental office to schedule your consultation so that we can get you in as quickly as possible. Our emergency dental care approach is threefold: we diagnose your condition, take care of your painful symptoms, and make sure that you receive the necessary treatment to resolve your condition and keep you pain-free.
Emergency dental services are there when you need them. When you’re in agony from a toothache, you shouldn’t have to wait for days to get relief. Urgent dental care relieves sudden symptoms and prevents a minor dental issue from becoming a major threat to your dental health. Here are a few examples of helpful services that we provide for our emergency patients:
It’s important to get emergency dental treatment before your problem becomes advanced. Any condition that causes pain or interferes with normal function deserves emergency care. Here are a few examples of how we can help you in an emergency.
Call us immediately if you break or fracture your tooth. If the damage isn’t addressed quickly, infection or additional damage could occur. Place dental wax over any sharp areas of the tooth to protect your mouth from cuts.
If you treat your knocked-out tooth with care and contact us quickly, our emergency dentists may be able to reimplant the tooth. Avoid touching your tooth’s root. Rinse any debris away using lukewarm water. Keep your tooth moist by storing it in its socket or inside your mouth until you can obtain professional care. You can also place the tooth into a glass of milk.
An intense toothache is miserable and should always receive attention as soon as possible. Be sure to tell us if you’re having other symptoms like fever or ear pain along with the tooth pain and pressure.
If you experience sudden or severe tooth sensitivity for no apparent reason, you may have injured your tooth. Obtain urgent dental care to rule out fractures, infections, and other serious causes of sensitivity.
Dental decay develops gradually, but cavities that expose roots and nerve tissues may cause sudden pain and sensitivity that require urgent care. Our emergency dentists will determine the extent of the tooth decay present and devise a treatment plan to restore your tooth.
An abscessed tooth begins at the root of a tooth or between teeth. If you have an abscess, you may experience a severe toothache or tooth sensitivity, swelling of your face or jaw, fever, swollen glands, unpleasant mouth odors or tastes, and pus-filled, draining gum sores. Contact our emergency dental office immediately if you think that you may have an abscessed tooth. Delaying treatment can result in serious complications.
Lost and loose fillings leave the affected teeth without protection from food debris, mechanical damage, and decay. We can replace your fillings and relieve any associated pain.
Our emergency dentists can easily replace lost or broken crowns and restorations. Let us restore your smile when you need it most.
If you wear braces, the metal components can sometimes break or move out of place, which causes mouth irritation, pain, or even soft tissue injuries. We can stabilize your orthodontic devices, treat your pain, and prevent any further problems.
If you grind your teeth, your tooth enamel suffers excessive wear and tear. Over time, this can destroy your teeth’s structural integrity. If you notice an increase in grinding habits or visible changes in the surfaces of your teeth, let us help. Our dentists can strengthen your enamel and provide a custom nightguard to deter nighttime grinding.
Sinus pressure can be uncomfortable and frustrating, especially when no obvious cause can be found. Some dental problems can cause a sensation of pressure in the sinus area. Let our dentists rule out potential dental causes, such as an infection or impacted teeth.
If your dental crisis includes serious or life-threatening symptoms such as severe bleeding or swelling, or you have sustained an injury to your face, head, or neck, you’ll need advanced medical care that emergency dentists in Media can’t provide. Seek immediate care at a hospital emergency room or call 911.
The price of emergency dental care depends on what procedures or treatments are required to resolve your symptoms. Our emergency dentists can provide an estimate after assessing your emergency. We accept most dental plans and major credit cards. If you can’t pay your bill all at once, we also offer convenient financing options to make balancing your budget easier. Patients without insurance can get substantial savings on many types of dental services by becoming a member of our DentRite® discount plan. No usage limits apply, and you can even add your family members to the plan. Contact us for more details.
If you have a serious dental problem or injury when our emergency dentists are not in the office, please proceed to a hospital emergency room or after-hours medical clinic to obtain professional care. Our emergency dentists in Media will always be there to help you during our regular business hours, but we don’t want you to risk your long-term dental health by delaying treatment.
Call our office at (610) 679-6109