Emergency Dentistry

Emergency Dentistry

  • Root canal treatment starts at $499 (cannot be combined with insurance)
  • Extractions starting at $250 (cannot be combined with insurance)
  • Dental emergencies can occur at any time and place, even at the most unexpected moments
  • Visiting an emergency dentist is vital in the event of an emergency
  • An emergency dentist offers treatment to patients who need prompt treatment for an oral care issue
  • Emergency dentists offer more flexible scheduling
  • Most dental emergencies can be prevented by following good oral care practices

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Take Care of Your Oral Health And Prevent Dental Emergencies

A dental emergency can happen at any time and to anyone. Many factors can contribute to an emergency, such as habits like using your teeth as tools or biting on inedible items, trauma to the mouth, sudden pain that cannot be controlled with over-the-counter medication, and more. Some people may experience a dental emergency without knowing what caused it. This is why it is important to seek treatment immediately if you experience any of these symptoms. If you wait too long to seek treatment, you risk the chance of more complicated and severe damage.

Some of the most common dental emergencies include broken teeth, lost fillings, toothaches, knocked out teeth, a tooth being displaced from the socket, soft tissue injury around the tooth or gums, bleeding in the mouth, an object stuck between teeth, swelling of the jaw, etc. Any of these can be extremely painful and should be addressed as soon as possible. It is never a good idea to wait to see if your symptoms go away on their own; it is always better to be safe than sorry!

Prevent Dental Emergencies By Following Good Oral Care Practices

Most dental emergencies can be prevented with the right oral care habits. Brush your teeth twice every day for at least two minutes each session using a soft-bristled toothbrush. Floss at least once a day to remove plaque and food particles from between the teeth. Maintain a regular schedule of dentist appointments and cleanings to prevent the buildup of plaque and tartar. Also, visit the dentist immediately if there is a tooth injury, such as a broken tooth, a lost filling, or a chipped tooth. It is also important to avoid chewing on hard items such as ice, candy, pens, etc. Wear a custom night guard to protect your teeth while you sleep. If you have a dry mouth, it can result in cavities, gum disease, and other oral health problems. Drink plenty of water or chew sugar-free gum to keep your mouth moisturized and help prevent dry mouth.

Contact Arizona Dental Heights In Case of A Dental Emergency

In the event of a dental emergency, you should immediately call our dentist to schedule an appointment as soon as possible! We will get you to see us as quickly as possible to address your dental needs. A general rule of thumb is if a tooth has been knocked out or loosened, then it is best to see the dentist within one hour of the incident. The sooner you are seen by a dentist, the likelier the tooth can be saved and restored successfully. In addition, if you experience pain while chewing or if you bite down on something that causes an oral injury, this also needs to be seen by your dentist right away. Early detection of a problem allows for quick and easy treatment that can help prevent the problem from worsening. It can also help you prevent unnecessary pain and suffering. So make sure you visit your dentist at the first sign of pain or discomfort.

Frequently Asked Questions

Dental emergencies include injuries to your teeth, gums, or mouth. While some dental emergencies require immediate attention, some can wait a day or two.

A dental emergency is any condition where a patient is experiencing severe pain or enduring a traumatic injury that affects his or her ability to function normally. Dental emergencies are wide-ranging and can include painful tooth infections, broken jaw, severe toothaches, swellings, oral injury, broken teeth, knocked out or broken dentures, facial injuries, and more. These types of issues can impede your ability to eat and speak, as well as impact your overall health and comfort. If you are experiencing any of these types of conditions, it’s important to seek immediate assistance from an emergency dentist. Without quick intervention, your issue could worsen to the point where it can no longer be effectively treated.

When you call the office, our front office staff will compile your information and triage your call in an appropriate way. If you’re experiencing pain, you should receive a call back from our treatment coordinator. They’ll listen to your symptoms over the phone and then schedule you right away for an available appointment time that fits your schedule best. Our dental team uses the latest technology to provide you with quality care in a compassionate manner. We’ll walk you through the process of care for your situation, so you know exactly what to expect before we begin any procedure. Call our office for your emergency dentistry needs!
Yes. We understand that life happens, and sometimes we can’t predict it. That’s why our team will work with you to make affordable payment arrangements to help you receive the care you need when you need it most. Don’t let finances get in the way of getting your dental health taken care of!

Financial options at Arizona Dental Heights

Avail quality dental care affordably and conveniently

  • We accept cash, checks, and credit cards
  • We are in-network with most PPO plans and accept all major dental insurance
  • We offer CareCredit financing and an in-house Dental Savings Plan to make dental treatments affordable


4135 S Power Rd STE 101,
Mesa, AZ 85212

Office Hours

MON - THU:8:00 am-4:00 pm

FRI:9:00 am-1:00 pm

SAT - SUN:Closed