Dental One Associates of Fayetteville
410 N Jeff Davis Drive, Fayetteville, GA 30214
When your crown falls off on the day before an important meeting, you need emergency dental care fast. A dental emergency can fill your day with pain and inconvenience and leave you asking, “Where can I get quick emergency dental care near me?”
When dental misfortunes wreck your plans, our emergency dentists in Fayetteville are here to help you get back to your routine as quickly as possible. Our emergency dental office provides comprehensive, compassionate, and efficient emergency dental care during regular office hours. Simply call our office to schedule an appointment, and one of our emergency dentists will see you promptly. We’ll diagnose your dental ailment, provide effective pain relief, and ensure that you receive the treatment you need to prevent the problem from coming back.
Our practice welcomes both patients and non-patients with dental emergencies and provides same-day or next-day treatment.
Our emergency services cover any urgent dental care that is needed to relieve pain and prevent the progression of dental problems that could get worse without immediate treatment.
Here are a few of the problems that we routinely treat:
Many common dental problems are treatable by emergency dental care offices. The following symptoms and conditions are treated by our emergency dentists during office hours.
It’s important to get treatment for broken and fractured teeth promptly. Damage to the enamel and dentin makes the tooth more vulnerable to decay. If your broken tooth feels sharp, cover it with dental wax, and call us to schedule your appointment as soon as possible.
A knocked-out tooth is a scary dental emergency, but quick thinking can save the tooth. Gather all pieces of your tooth. Rinse them gently with warm water. Be sure to only touch the crown and not the root of your tooth. If it won’t fit back into the socket easily, store the tooth inside your cheek and call us immediately for further instructions.
Toothaches have many causes, and some of them can be serious, so don’t delay in getting treatment for your pain. Be sure to tell the dentist if you are experiencing other symptoms such as ear pain, fever, or sensations of pressure.
Mild sensitivity may not require urgent dental care, but a sudden onset of symptoms suggest an underlying problem such as a fracture or an infection. If your sensitive teeth develop suddenly or symptoms become unusually severe, seek emergency care.
Tooth decay happens gradually, but it eventually leads to the formation of cavities. As your tooth breaks down, you may experience a toothache or sensitivity caused by exposed roots. Our emergency dentists can determine the extent of your dental decay and provide treatments to stop the pain and restore your tooth.
An abscessed tooth is caused by a serious infection that attacks the root of your tooth and causes severe pain and other symptoms including facial and gum swelling, fever, pus formation, foul mouth odor, swollen glands, and general malaise. If you suspect that you may have an abscess, call our emergency dental office without delay. Without immediate treatment, an abscessed tooth can have serious consequences.
Lost or loose-fitting fillings expose your tooth to increased risk of damage and decay and may lead to uncomfortable symptoms. Call us when you notice a problem with your filling so that we can correct it before it causes trouble.
A broken or lost restoration or crown leaves the affected tooth without protection. Our emergency dentists can replace the crown either temporarily or permanently to help you maintain your smile and your dental health.
The metal wires and brackets that make up orthodontic devices can break or become displaced, and this can lead to pain, irritation, and mouth injuries. We can adjust and stabilize your braces to relieve your pain and prevent future problems.
Teeth grinding usually occurs during sleep or times of acute stress. Over time, the habit wears down tooth enamel until serious damage occurs. Our dentists can reinforce the strength of your enamel and provide dental devices that can help minimize further damage.
The sensation of sinus pressure is sometimes related to a dental problem such as an impacted wisdom tooth or a hidden infection. If you experience unexplained sinus pressure but don’t have diseased sinuses, we can help discover or rule out dental causes of your symptoms.
If you experience serious symptoms that could threaten your general health, seek treatment from your primary care provider or local hospital emergency room. For immediate help, call 911. Symptoms that should not be treated by emergency dentists in Fayetteville include profuse bleeding, excessive facial swelling, or severe impact injuries to your head, jaw, or face.
The cost of emergency dental care varies widely depending on what tests and treatments are required. Our emergency dentists can work with you to find the best financial solution. We accept most major credit cards and dental insurance plans, and we also offer flexible financing options. If you don’t have insurance coverage, our DentRite® discount plan may be a great choice for you and your family. It’s not an insurance policy, but it provides significant savings of up to 70 percent on routine and emergency dental services. Everyone qualifies, and there are no usage limits. Contact us for details.
If you are in severe pain or have a dental condition that requires immediate treatment to prevent permanent or long-term damage, don’t risk your dental or general health by waiting. Head to your local emergency room or after-hours medical clinic to obtain treatment. Our emergency dentists in Fayetteville will be available to help you as soon as our regular office hours resume.
Call our office at (678) 228-8348