Trusted Emergency Dentistry in Cary, NC

When it comes to dental emergencies, it’s important to get the care you need right away. That’s why it’s crucial to have a go-to emergency dentist that you can rely on if an emergency occurs. By getting in to see a dentist as soon as possible, you can avoid more extensive damage, get the fast relief you need, and potentially save your natural tooth. Have a dental emergency? Call our Cary dentists now at 919-935-0385!

Our Commitment to You

Our Cary dentists are committed to providing prompt, effective, and immediate dental care for patients with dental emergencies. We leave room in our schedule to accommodate same-day emergency services, such as emergency tooth extractions, which means that we can get you in to see us the same day you call! You don’t have to wait in pain until your next appointment or go to a random dentist’s office, you can rely on our trusted team to be there for you whenever you need it the most!

How to Prepare for a Dental Emergency

One of the best ways to prepare for an emergency is to have our office number saved in a few places, including your phone’s address book, the fridge, and inside your emergency medical kit. This ensures that wherever you are, you can easily access our number to get in touch with us immediately. In addition to having our number on deck, we also recommend that you include some dental-related supplies in your at-home kit, such as gauze, a small container to hold a dislodged tooth, mouthwash, and salt for warm saltwater rinses. It’s always good to prepare for the unexpected with these useful items!

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    Types of Dental Emergencies

    There are a variety of issues that may require urgent dental care. If you have or experience any of the following, we encourage you to call our office as soon as possible.

  • Abscess (bump) on gums
  • Broken tooth restoration
  • Chipped or cracked tooth
  • Knocked-out tooth
  • Loose adult tooth
  • Lost filling or crown
  • Throbbing or persistent toothache