Dental Solutions of Voorhees
2 Sheppard Rd, Suite 100, Voorhees, NJ 08043
We accept same-day emergency appointments. Call us today at (856) 322-0537.
If your child’s next softball win comes with a broken tooth, will you know who to call for emergency dental care? A dental emergency never happens when you expect it, and the time you spend typing, “emergency dental care near me” into your phone could be time spent on contacting qualified emergency dentists to make an appointment.
When you’re in pain, you shouldn’t have to wait for days to get relief. Our emergency dentists in Voorhees can give you the emergency dental that you need during regular business hours. Just call our emergency dental office during operating hours to make an urgent appointment. In many cases, we can offer a same-day visit. Once you arrive, an experienced provider will assess your dental needs, relieve your painful symptoms, and discuss any future treatment needs.
Emergency dental services are an important resource. They help you get pain relief and help protect your long-term dental health by treating minor problems before they progress. Our urgent dental care services include the following:
If you’re in pain, don’t delay treatment. Addressing problems quickly reduces the risk of long-term damage. Here are a few conditions that emergency dental care professionals treat regularly.
When you don’t treat a fractured or broken tooth, you risk infection and additional damage to the tooth structure. Cover any sharp tooth edges with dental wax, and make your appointment for treatment.
Saving a knocked-out permanent tooth requires swift action and care. Rinse your tooth with lukewarm water to cleanse it. Avoid touching the root of the tooth. If you cannot place the tooth back into its socket easily, store it in a glass of milk or inside your cheek and contact our emergency dentists immediately for advice.
The intense pain and pressure caused by a severe toothache causes misery that few people can ever forget. Request your appointment as soon as the pain starts, and be sure to notify your dentist of any accompanying symptoms such as ear pain or fever.
Tooth sensitivity that occurs suddenly and without a clear cause could indicate a serious underlying dental condition such as a tooth fracture or infection. Seek urgent dental care when your sensitive tooth symptoms occur unexpectedly.
Tooth decay slowly destroys the structure of your tooth until a cavity exposes sensitive nerve tissues. At this point, you will experience pain or sensitivity. Our emergency dentists can determine the extent of your decay and develop a plan to restore your damaged tooth.
An abscessed tooth is caused by a bacterial infection at the root of a tooth or between two teeth. Symptoms of this serious condition include severe tooth pain, face or jaw swelling, fever, open sores on your gums, unpleasant odors or tastes and swollen glands in your neck. Call our emergency dental office to obtain an appointment if you develop signs and symptoms of an abscess.
If you lose a filling or one becomes loose, give us a call so that our dentists can replace them before any permanent tooth damage occurs.
A lost or broken crown or restoration is disheartening, but our emergency dentists can fix your smile with temporary or permanent replacements.
Most braces have metal parts that can break and injure or irritate your mouth. Let our dentists treat your injuries and adjust your orthodontic appliances to prevent future pain.
If you grind your teeth at night, your enamel will eventually suffer serious damage from the pressure and friction. We can reinforce your tooth enamel and provide a fitted nightguard or similar appliance to help deter future damage.
Chronic sinus pressure can be frustrating, especially if there is no clear cause. Some dental conditions such as impacted teeth and infections can cause a sensation of sinus pressure. Our dentists can help treat or rule out dental causes for your symptoms.
When a dental crisis overlaps with a medical one, it’s essential to address any serious or potentially life-threatening symptoms first before contacting emergency dentists in Voorhees. If your emergency involves a severe head, face, or jaw injury, excessive bleeding or severe swelling, go to the nearest emergency room or dial 911.
Every emergency is different. Once our emergency dentists have evaluated your condition, we’ll have an idea of what your emergency dental care will cost. We accept most dental plans, so your insurance coverage will probably reduce your total. We also accept major credit card payments, and financing options are available. Contact us for more information about billing and payment options.
If a serious problem occurs while our emergency dentists are out of the office, you shouldn’t delay getting pain relief and supportive treatment. Our emergency dentists in Voorhees will be available for minor problems when office hours resume, but please seek care at a hospital emergency room for painful or serious emergencies.