Rapid Emergency Dental Care

When you connect with us about a dental emergency, we’ll make every effort to see you that day, as quickly as possible. We’re here when your smile needs us, so if you or a family member needs emergency dentistry in Trophy Club or Las Colinas, TX, please contact us right away.

What is emergency dentistry?

Emergency dentistry is a specific field of dentistry focused on providing urgent and immediate relief to dental pain or a condition that puts the patient's oral health at risk. This field of dentistry is available to both adults and children and typically involves an initial appointment to diagnose the issue, followed by treatment and possible follow-up care. Emergency appointments are time-sensitive and require immediate attention to reduce discomfort, correct decay, stop bleeding or infection, replace missing teeth, or otherwise protect a patient's oral health before it is too late. 

Complete Dentistry in Trophy Club, TX: Why choose us?

At Complete Dentistry in Trophy Club, TX, we are committed to providing exceptional care to our patients and understand that unexpected dental emergencies can happen. That's why we use the latest in cutting-edge technology and techniques, invest heavily in our team’s professional development, and prioritize people first - so our clients can feel educated, valued, and relieved knowing that their oral health needs are taken care of.

We strive to create an environment that is welcoming and understanding; one where you can expect a beautiful office space equipped with the latest technology, excellent service with a smile, and comprehensive educational materials so that you can maintain healthy teeth and gums for years to come.

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What sets Complete Dentistry in Trophy Club, TX apart?

  • Dental sedation offered to calm nerves
  • Same-day emergency dental appointments
  • Insurance accepted and in-house dental savings plan available
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How are dental emergencies treated at Complete Dentistry Trophy Club TX?

Once you call us for emergency dentistry in Las Colinas or Trophy Club, here’s how you can expect us to handle the situation:

Book your appointment

We’ll find room in our schedule to get you seen later that day. Over the phone, a member of our team can even give you first-aid advice on managing your symptoms in the meantime.

Examine your mouth

As soon as you arrive at our dental office, Dr. Sadkin will look over your mouth and take X-rays if needed to determine the source and extent of your emergency.

Go over your treatment options

Dr. Sadkin will recommend which procedure(s) would best relieve your symptoms.

Repair your smile

When we’ve agreed on a course of treatment, we’ll get started right away on healing your smile.

What are the most common dental emergencies?

Are you not quite sure whether your situation really “counts” as a dental emergency? Even so, we can’t recommend enough that you call us and schedule an appointment. When it comes to your smile’s health, it’s better to be safe than sorry. Below, you’ll find some examples of the most common dental emergencies that we see, as well as some tips for handling them until your appointment.

  • Toothaches
  • Chipped tooth
  • Cracked tooth
  • Sensitivity to hot and cold
  • Knocked-out tooth
  • Lost filling or crown
  • Broken denture
  • Loose tooth
  • Gums, lips, or tongue injury
  • Jaw pain or clenching
  • Something stuck between teeth

Understanding the cost of treating dental emergencies

Dental emergencies and their suggested treatments can vary widely from patient to patient. Naturally, this means the cost will vary as well. Before we begin treatment, we’ll make sure you understand the associated costs. We’ll also review your payment options, including your dental insurance. We’re in-network with many leading providers, and we also provide third-party financing and an in-house savings plan to make your care affordable.

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Keys to preventing dental emergencies

It’s not always possible to avoid dental emergencies, but following these tips may help you to avoid some of them:

  • Wear a protective mouthguard when you play sports.
  • Don’t chew on extremely hard objects like pencils, ice cubes, or fingernails.
  • Don’t use your teeth to open packaging or bottles.
  • Brush and floss every single day.
  • Visit Complete Dentistry in Trophy Club twice a year for checkups so that we can spot and treat potential emergencies early on.

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