Breakdown of Emergency Appointments

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If you or a loved one are experiencing a dental emergency, we will do our best to find the earliest available appointment to have the problem area addressed and examined. Read below to learn more about how we facilitate emergency appointments so you can come in with ease of mind.

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Emergency Dental Services: How We Help

To assess the severity of your dental emergency, one of our experts will first have to quickly examine the area causing you trouble to see how soon we will need to get you in for a full review. General emergency dental assignments cover:

  • Toothache relief
  • Swollen jaw relief
  • Cracked or broken tooth / teeth
  • Sore gum relief
  • Repairing of lost or loose fillings
  • Root canal therapy
  • General dental repair

If any of these cases apply to you, you can visit our office to be examined and taken care of.

Can’t make it to an emergency dental office straight away? Read these at-home remedies and recommended practices by our experts to relieve the pain until you get here.

Do you have an emergency dental first aid kit? This is a great guide for parents!

How It Works

As an emergency care facility, we always try to get every patient in as soon as they walk in or at least within the same day. Depending on the care you require, some appointments may be made for the next day. Of course, we want to ensure each patient receives the care they need in a timely manner.

For a list of urgent and less urgent dental emergencies, refer to this blog article! Please note, this list is >not >meant to deter you from coming to us for dental emergency appointments. The best rule of thumb is to always be seen by an emergency dentist to confirm there are no further risks to your health. Each case is unique and we highly recommend being examined before making any calls yourself.

Scheduling Your Follow-Up Care

If you are an existing patient with Emergency Dental of Omaha, we will likely schedule a re-evaluation for patients who received any care the day of their emergency. This ensures everything heals well and no further infections are at risk.

For new patients to our office, we will ask those who are seen by our care practitioners to schedule a comprehensive exam to follow-up on general dental care to ensure no other areas of the mouth are at risk.

Ready to reach out to our team but worried about the cost of emergency dental appointments? We have you covered with a wide array of payment plans and options for everyone with or without dental insurance.

Contact Emergency Dental today to make an appointment or learn more about our services!

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