Dental One Associates at Steeplechase
9141 Alaking Court, Suite 107, Capitol Heights, MD 20743
We accept same-day emergency appointments. Call us today at (240) 392-3983.
The need for emergency dental care never seems to happen at a good time. Our emergency dental office understands that no one ever plans to need urgent dental care. If you need emergency tooth pain relief or tooth repair, please call us today. Our team of emergency dentists specializes in assessing and treating a wide range of problems from a lost filling to a lost tooth.
If you are searching for an, “Emergency dentist near me,” it’s a safe bet that you need help now. We leave some of our business hours open so that we can see to patients with emergency problems as soon as possible. The faster you get help by scheduling an appointment with us, the sooner you will find relief. Our emergency dentists in Capitol Heights are here to help anyone who is looking for an emergency dentist in their area.
If you have tooth pain that isn’t going away, you probably need help quickly. Contact our office, and we will do our best to fit you in for same day treatment. We provide a range of services, including emergency tooth repair for chipped or cracked teeth. We can also perform an emergency tooth extraction for a tooth that is beyond repair. In addition to emergency tooth repair for cracks and chips, our dentists can:
If you think you might need emergency dental services that range from dental pain management to emergency tooth pulling, please call our office today.
You may need to obtain emergency services if you are suffering from any of the following dental conditions and symptoms:
A broken or cracked tooth is a common problem seen by emergency dentists in Capitol Heights, and it requires urgent care to prevent an infection.
A knocked-out tooth is very distressing and painful to experience. Often caused by blunt-force trauma, such as from a car accident or sports mishap, it’s important to get to an emergency dental office as soon as possible.
You may experience severe pain or pressure when chewing, or pain that lingers after you eat. A sharp pain may be attributed to tooth decay, a loose filling, or a cracked tooth. Pain that lingers could be a sign of infection.
You may experience tooth sensitivity and pain because of a crack or chip in the tooth. One of our emergency dentists can fix this problem you and stop your dental discomfort.
If you’re experiencing pain from dental decay, don’t hesitate to seek treatment. When dental decay is left unchecked, you may one day find yourself needing an emergency tooth extraction. Our emergency dentists can assess the cause of your tooth pain and create a plan of action to provide the relief you need.
An abscessed tooth is a painful and serious bacterial infection that needs immediate attention. A chipped or broken tooth, if left untreated, can become infected and develop a pus-producing abscess. An abscess can also be caused by gum disease or worn enamel.
Most tooth restorations or fillings will need to be repaired or replaced at some time. If your filling falls out unexpectedly, call our office during business hours, and we will schedule you with an emergency dentist as soon as possible.
If you have a crown that breaks or comes loose, it’s wise to have your tooth examined within one to two days at the latest, even if you aren’t experiencing pain.
An orthodontic wire that has come loose and is poking into your cheek can be extremely uncomfortable and require emergency attention. Broken brackets can’t wait until your next orthodontic appointment, so call for an appointment today.
When teeth become worn by grinding, you may experience jaw pain and sore, cracked, or misaligned teeth. If you are in pain because of tooth grinding, we can help.
Are you feeling a dull ache and pressure on your upper row of teeth? Sinus pain and tooth pressure are often interrelated. A dental infection or wisdom teeth that are impacted can create a feeling of pressure in your sinuses.
If you are experiencing tooth pain or bleeding that is related to a severe infection or trauma, the best choice is to take advantage of the 24hr dental emergency treatment that’s provided by hospital emergency rooms. They can give you immediate medical attention for acute issues. Then, see one of our emergency dentists for follow-up dental care to completely resolve the issue.
Your emergency dentist visit costs will vary based on the nature of your problem and the treatment required. Our emergency dentists will provide a thorough examination to determine the cause of your symptoms and the best way to treat them. They’ll also provide you with an estimated total cost for all services to be provided.
We accept most dental insurance plans, but if you are in need of emergency dental care without insurance, you may choose to enroll in the DentRite® discount plan. This plan is not dental insurance, rather it’s a way to receive substantial savings on several essential dental procedures. We also accept most major credit cards and provide options for financing. Please call us to learn more.
If you need emergency dental treatment outside of normal business hours, one option is to seek help from an urgent care center. You can also call 911 to go to a hospital emergency room. Physicians can provide antibiotics to treat infections and help with trauma or bleeding. Otherwise, call our office during normal business hours, and we will schedule emergency dental care as soon as possible.