(214) 383-5511 | 820 Alma Dr #140, Allen, TX 75013 | Dentist in Allen, TX

EMERGENCY DENTAL CARE

Here at P.A. Dental Arts we understand how unpleasant dental problems could be. For that reason, we make it our priority to see emergency dental patients immediately. Our experienced staff is here to help you. Call our office today (214) 383-5511 for immediate assistance.

What are your options when a frightening or uncomfortable dental problem develops outside of our “normal” business hours? Your first option is to contact us and we’ll take care of you, of course! Dental problems are unpredictable and they are often urgent. It is possible that you or a family member may experience an oral injury or pain in a tooth at any given time. That’s why our team has emergency protocols in place to handle your emergency, no matter when or how it arises.

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Call us today at 214-383-5511 or fill out the form below to schedule a free, no obligation consultation or second opinion. Make sure to ask about our new patient specials!

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When Should You Call for Help?

If you are faced with a dental emergency, we encourage you to call us right away! Don’t hesitate or ignore the problem. If you are faced with a dental problem that cannot wait, our emergency dental services can help to bring the situation under control. Our team is committed to going the extra mile for you, and we understand that dental emergencies are notorious for popping up unexpectedly. When you find yourself in such a vulnerable situation, you can trust that you’ll be able to reach us and we’ll be available until the problem is resolved.

What is a Dental Emergency?

One of these conditions, or a combination of several, could constitute a dental emergency. We offer timely and compassionate emergency care for the following conditions:

  • Toothache
  • Cracked or broken teeth
  • Cavities
  • Abscessed teeth
  • Loose fillings or crowns
  • Broken dentures
  • Swollen or infected gums
  • Knocked out teeth

Sometimes, a dental emergency can take the form of a swollen jaw, bitten lip or tongue, or an object stuck between the teeth. These conditions can be just as serious as a toothache and deserve immediate attention as well. Not sure if it’s a true emergency? Contact us anyway. We can provide advice and instructions over the phone while helping to determine the seriousness of the problem.

We’re Here to Help

We care about your oral health and your safety, even after hours. Also, timely emergency care can prevent a localized dental problem from becoming more extensive, more painful, or more expensive.

Need emergency dental care?

If you or a family member need emergency dental care, please call us immediately.
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