Emergency Dental Care

  Important: If you are currently experiencing a dental emergency outside of our normal office hours, please call our main office line and you'll have the option to be transferred to one of our on-call dentists.  Please leave the doctor a detailed message regarding the issue you're experiencing and your call will be returned as soon as possible.

If you are experiencing a dental emergency and live in the greater Binghamton area, be sure to call our office, even after hours, as soon as possible. We will contact our on-call dentist to assess your situation and get you into our office for an appointment as soon as possible.  We make dental emergencies a priority as we know that in some cases, quick action can save a tooth or save you from discomfort and pain.

We Quickly Act on Any Type of Dental Emergency

Dental emergencies can range from a simple toothache, to inflamed gums, to a chipped tooth.  No matter what the emergency type or level of discomfort you are experiencing, our dentists can help.  Examples of dental emergencies can include:

  •   Toothache
  •   Knocked-out teeth
  •   Chipped or Broken Teeth
  •   Extruded or Dislodged Teeth
  •   Lost Fillings or Crowns
  •   Soft Tissue Injury
  •   Abscessed Tooth

If you are experiencing any of the issues listed above, or if you have any other dental issue that you can't wait to have looked at or repaired, there is no need to have to deal with the pain.  Our team is ready to set you up with a emergency dental appointment so we can assess your dental issue and come up with a solution to relieve your pain and discomfort.

Don’t Ignore Dental Pain and Discomfort

Injury to your teeth or gums has the potential to be very serious and shouldn’t be ignored.  Ignoring pain and discomfort in your mouth can lead to more permanent damage requiring more extensive treatment.  Our office phone line will connect you directly to our on-call emergency dentist who will return your call promptly if we are unable to immediately answer you call.  Let us know the cause of your pain, where in your mouth or jaw the pain is located, and any other details to help our dentists act quickly.

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