Many of us have been there before: a chipped tooth, an old filling that cracks, or a minor accident creates an immediate dental need that can’t wait for a scheduled appointment. Our practice takes dental emergencies seriously, accommodating patients to be seen right away so you don’t have to deal with the pain and discomfort for long.
When you have a true dental emergency, you need help now. That’s why our dentists in Apollo Beach and Riverview provide same-day care whenever possible to take care of your dental pain and get you smiling again. It’s part of our promise to always deliver the highest quality care to our patients, whether that’s a scheduled appointment or dealing with one of life’s unexpected hiccups.
Dealing with the pain of dental emergencies is no fun. That’s why we offer ways to keep our patients comfortable throughout their procedures, including the safe and effective option of laughing gas (nitrous oxide) sedation.
From restoring damage and decay to complex reconstructive cases, our doctors have seen it all, making us extra equipped to help you in your unexpected times of need.
Our welcoming staff is dedicated to caring for each patient with respect, warmth, and compassion. Discover what an authentically supportive dental practice feels like.
While not every dental emergency can be prevented, it’s always good to make sure your gums and teeth are in tip top shape. First-time patients in need of a routine exam can take advantage of our $89 New Patient Special, which includes a cleaning, exam, and set of x-rays.
Unsure about your treatment options based on your existing dentist’s recommendations? We happily provide free second opinions to anyone feeling uncertain about the best path forward.Book Now
Considering implants or dentures? We’re happy to consult with our patients for free to go over their specific case and outline potential options and expected results.Book Now
Assess the severity of your dental emergency; if you are experiencing bleeding that won’t stop, contact your doctor or head to the nearest emergency room.
When you have a true dental emergency, it interferes with your life—how you chew, talk, and get through the day. Just a few examples of dental emergencies might include: