Are you in need of emergency dental care, now? Unlike most dentists, who are only available during “regular” business hours, we pride ourselves on being able to help people when they need it most…even during those off hours in the evenings and on the weekends when other dental offices are closed.
We understand how much pain a toothache, a dental abscess, or a broken tooth with an exposed nerve can cause. And, we realize how socially embarrassing it can be when you lose or break a denture or crown. We do not want you to suffer. Instead, we want you to get the dental treatment you need as soon as possible. So, if you have a dental emergency in Albany area and you need treatment you do not have to wait…call us immediately at (518) 501-0807.
Of course, the cost of getting your dental emergency treated depends on what type of treatment you need. However, there is no way to know for sure what type of treatment you need until you have been examined and an x-ray has been taken. Once an exam has been done the dentist will know exactly what he needs to do and will go over all of the details and options with you so that you can make the best decision for yourself.
While many dentists avoid seeing new patients on an emergency basis our dentists consider helping people with their dental emergencies as an opportunity to provide a critically needed service in Queens. This is why when you at the phone number above 24 hours a day you can feel confident that you’ll actually speak with a real, live dental office.
A dental emergency can occur without warning. Often, you or your kids need emergency dental care due to an accident like an errant blow to the face while playing a sport. Usually, though, you require emergency dental attention after biting down on something — like an ice cube, nut, hard candy or pen — that causes tooth pain.
But there are many reasons for needing urgent dental care. If you get hurt during normal business hours, you can rush to your local Albany-area restorative family dentist for a quick diagnosis and repair. Otherwise, you have to wait it out with careful self-care and over-the-counter pain medication. Call your dentist right away to see you can make arrangements to come in —or at least get instructions on your next steps.
You may not know what qualifies as a dental emergency. Is it serious or will it pass after a little while? If the pain is minimal but consistent, you may be fine until the next day when you can see your dentist. But sometimes, the resulting pain in your gums, teeth or jaw are so intense that you have no choice but to seek immediate treatment.