Family Dental Group
4021 Miller Road, Flint, MI 48507
We accept same-day emergency appointments. Call us today at (810) 515-8952.
An emergency seldom happens when it’s convenient. Our emergency dental office understands that nobody knows when a dental crisis is going to strike. That’s why we set aside time during business hours to provide urgent dental care to any patient suffering from unexpected, emergency tooth pain or injury. Call our office today and visit our emergency dentists for fast emergency tooth pain relief.
If you are looking for an emergency dentist near you, odds are you need help straight away. The good news is that our dental practice has skilled emergency dentists in the office during normal business hours. Call us when you need emergency dental care. Our emergency dentists in Flint will assess your situation and provide an effective plan of treatment.
If you have dental pain, swelling, or discomfort, don’t hesitate to contact our emergency dental office. We can schedule you for a same day or next day appointment, depending on availability, to have you feeling better soon. In addition to providing emergency tooth repair, our dentists can:
If you are experiencing intense dental pain that’s interfering with your everyday life, the chances are you can use the help of our emergency dentists. If the problem you’re experiencing isn’t responding to self-care at home, it’s not likely to get better without professional dental treatment. You should call our emergency dentist office as soon as possible if you’re experiencing any of the problems listed below.
Broken or cracked teeth are not only potentially painful, they can also allow bacteria to enter the tooth structure, which can lead to infection. A damaged or badly infected tooth may require an emergency tooth pulling. You can avoid that if you get treatment fast for teeth that are damaged.
A knocked-out tooth is an obvious case where emergency dentists are needed. Make sure to keep the tooth that was knocked out because in some cases it can be put back into its socket. If you are experiencing heavy bleeding or trauma from a blunt force impact that knocked out the tooth, be sure to call 911 for immediate medical attention.
Severe toothache pain or pressure can be caused by an infection. Infections always need to be treated as soon as possible so that they don’t progress and cause severe problems.
Tooth sensitivity can be temporary when it’s caused by things like whitening products. However, it can also be a sign of a serious problem like a cracked or chipped tooth, if it occurs suddenly. Fixing cracks or chips early on will decrease the chances of infection.
Do your teeth show signs of dental decay? If you are experiencing pain and sensitivity from decay, it is likely that the decay has gone through the enamel and into the sensitive dentin layer. Once decay is in the dentin, it can spread rapidly through this relatively soft material. Schedule an appointment for urgent dental care to stop decay in its tracks before it develops into a serious problem that may even require emergency tooth removal.
An abscessed tooth is painful and can become serious if the infection moves into your jawbone or your body. If you have a red, swollen lump on your gum that may be draining pus, don’t wait to get it treated. If you notice this problem outside of normal office hours, you should consider going to an urgent care clinic or hospital emergency room for 24 hour dental emergency care. Then, remember to schedule a follow-up visit with our emergency dentists for a complete resolution.
Your filling may be lost or loose due to age or a change in the structure of your tooth due to progressive decay. Our dentists can assess the tooth and replace the filling or provide other suitable options.
A broken crown not only affects the appearance of your smile, but depending on the tooth it was covering, can also be painful.
Orthodontic pain or injuries can happen if you’re eating hard, sticky food or experience a blow to the face during sports, for example. This type of pain can be acute. We are here to get your orthodontic devices back into comfortable working order.
You may experience sharp pain in your jaw, sensitive teeth, and cracks or chips in your teeth from grinding. If you are in distress from teeth grinding, make an appointment for emergency treatment.
Problems with wisdom teeth can often be mistaken for a sinus infection. If you’ve been experiencing sinus pressure that isn’t resolved after medical treatment, we can give you an assessment right away to rule out or uncover a dental basis for your discomfort.
Call 911 for emergency medical services if you believe you may have a jaw fracture or dislocation. If you have an infection that is swollen or that makes it hard to breathe or swallow, call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room. Also, seek emergency medical attention if you have serious cuts or bleeding on your face or mouth.
Emergency dentists provide a broad array of emergency dental services. They can do everything from replacing a filling to putting back a tooth that’s been knocked out. Each patient receives a customized diagnosis and treatment plan to solve their problem. Once you have been examined by one of our emergency dentists, we can let you know your expected cost.
If you are seeking emergency dental care without insurance, there are options available for low-cost dental care through DentRite®. DentRite® is a discount plan that provides savings from 20 percent to 70 percent off dental procedures, including general exams and cleanings. You can also obtain discounts on major work such as emergency tooth pulling and root canals. Please call us if you are searching for, “Emergency dental care near me.“