Emergency Dental Care Northern Virginia
When you need help fast, our dentists in Northern Virginia are available 24/7 to restore your teeth.
Accidents strike at the worst possible moments, leaving you with a dental injury or emergency when you least expect it. Furthermore, time is of the essence when treating dental injuries; an hour may mean the difference between keeping a damaged tooth and needing an implant. Make sure you act fast and call us now to discuss steps to take now.
More than just emergency dentists, we can help with extractions, dental bonding, root canals, and dental implants.
Get Emergency Dental Treatment Performed in our Modern Facility
Here is a list of problems our emergency dentists in Northern Virginia treat:
- Swelling of the jaw or face
- Bleeding gums
- Knocked out teeth
- Cracked or fractured teeth
- Dislodged dental crowns
- Lost or loose fillings
- Pain or discomfort
When a dental emergency happens, you need to act quickly. The longer you wait to get to the dentist, the more likely the pain will become increasingly worse. We treat everything from toothaches to broken, chipped, and cracked teeth, including emergency tooth extraction and tooth pulling. We are always available at our conveniently located office in Northern Virginia to help you deal with your dental issues. We will determine working short term and long term treatment options based on your individual needs.
The Best Defense Is a Good Offense
Our new facility has up-to-date equipment so your visits are fast and more pleasant. Our large practice gives us the resources to handle any dental problem you may have while providing you small-office care and service.
If you need an emergency dentist in Northern Virginia, come to our offices. We resolve problems quickly and put you on the road towards good dental health. We will work with you and your insurance so you get the most out of your visit.
Maintaining good regular oral hygiene is the best way to help prevent a trip to an emergency dentist. Regular dental visits allow your dentist to diagnose and treat problems before they become severe or painful. Even with the best planning and dental care, however, accidents do happen.
Tips for Good Dental Health:
- Brush & floss regularly
- Use scissors to tear open a package, not your teeth
- Avoid chewing on ice, hard candy, or hard objects which can crack teeth without your knowledge
- Wear a mouth guard when playing contact sports to help cushion your teeth from any force or trauma