Emergency Dentistry – South Euclid, OH

If You Need Help, Call Us!

No one plans for a dental emergency, which is why you and your family must know what to do should one occur. You can count on us to help if you need immediate care. When calling to alert us to your situation, you will speak to a member of our team who will work to get you in quickly. We’ll survey the problem area and make a recommendation for treatment so that we can help to get you out of pain as fast as possible.

Why Choose University Suburban Dental for Emergency Dentistry?

  • Same-Day Appointments Available
  • You and Your Family Are Welcome
  • Sedation Dentistry for Anxious Patients

How We Treat Dental Emergencies

Dental emergencies are typically addressed in four steps. First, you’ll call to schedule an appointment with our team. We’ll listen to your situation and determine the severity while on the phone with you. We’ll work to get you in as fast as we can so that we can begin to deal with your problem. Once in our South Euclid dental office, we’ll take X-rays and other digital images to create a more cohesive look before developing a treatment plan that goes over our recommended course of action. We’ll also discuss the expected cost and how your dental insurance can help in paying for treatment. Finally, we’ll begin to implement the treatment plan, getting you out of pain and improving your smile with effective restorative solutions.

The Most Common Dental Emergencies

Our team at University Suburban Dental believes in providing immediate treatment if you are in pain. But maybe you’re unsure whether what you’re experiencing is a real emergency. By clicking the icons below, you can learn more about the different situations we treat as well as how you can better manage your symptoms at home while you wait.

Understanding the Cost of Dental Emergencies

You will not know how much your dental emergency treatment will cost until you come in to meet with a member of our team. Only after surveying your X-rays and performing a visual exam can we fully grasp the severity of the problem and how best to treat it. Because every service is different, the price will never be the same. You can count on us, though, to walk you through the financial component of treatment so there are no surprises.

Keys to Preventing Dental Emergencies

From maintaining good oral hygiene at home and seeing your dentist every six months to eating a nutrient-rich diet and wearing a protective mouthguard if you play sports, there are things you can do to reduce your risk of a serious dental injury. Should you sustain one, never assume it will get better on its own because it won’t. Instead, seek professional treatment so that you can get your smile back on track.