Emergency Dentist – Wesley Chapel, FL

Call Us Right Away for Emergency Dental Care

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Some dental problems involve severe pain or extensive damage to your teeth. These issues need to be treated immediately if you want to keep your smile safe. If you call Kaizen Family Dentistry for a dental emergency, Dr. Ali will make arrangements to see you quickly. As an emergency dentist in Wesley Chapel, he can offer a wide range of treatments to help you find relief and protect your oral health; this includes in-house root canal therapy, tooth extractions, and wisdom tooth extractions.

Why Choose Kaizen Family Dentistry for Emergency Dentistry?

  • Same-Day Emergency Dental Appointments
  • Evening and Weekend Availability
  • Different Forms of Sedation Dentistry Offered

How We Treat Dental Emergencies

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Your emergency dental treatment will be personalized based on your circumstances. Nevertheless, it will generally follow these four steps:

  • Same-Day Appointment: The process begins when you call our office to let us know about your dental emergency. Our team will give you any necessary first-aid advice before scheduling an appointment on the same day.
  • Emergency Examination: We need to figure out what’s causing your emergency and how extensive the damage is. We’ll therefore need to complete a full examination of your mouth and jaw. X-rays are often a necessary part of the process.
  • Review Findings: Once we understand your situation, we’ll explain the nature of your dental emergency and how it can be treated. When we recommend a service, we’ll also give you an estimate of the cost.
  • Get the Care You Need: We’ll carry out the agreed-upon treatment and work to resolve your dental emergency as quickly as possible. Root canal therapy, tooth extractions, and dental crowns are all examples of services that are often associated with emergency dentistry.

The Most Common Dental Emergencies

The term “dental emergency” can refer to a variety of situations. It’s sometimes difficult to tell which dental problems call for urgent care and which don’t; call our office if you have any oral health concerns so that we can help you make the best choice for your smile. Below are some of the emergencies that our dental practice regularly deals with.

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Sensitivity to
Hot & Cold

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Lost Filling
or Crown

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Gums, Lip or
Tongue Injury

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Jaw Pain or

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Something Stuck
Between Teeth

Understanding the Cost of Dental Emergencies

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We can’t give you an estimate for emergency dental care until we know what kind of treatment you need. Don’t worry, though; we’ll always provide you with an estimate before you have to make any decisions about your care. If you want to keep your emergency costs as low as possible, one of the most important steps you can take is to call us as soon as you realize something is wrong with your smile; dental problems are generally cheaper to deal with when they’re addressed promptly.

Keys to Preventing Dental Emergencies

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It’s not always possible to avoid a dental emergency, but there are plenty of ways to reduce the risk of them happening. Be sure to:

  • Maintain a strict oral hygiene routine that includes brushing twice a day as well as flossing daily.
  • Visit our office every six months so that we can check for developing dental problems and remove any built-up plaque or tartar.
  • Exercise caution around foods that are hard, sticky, or chewy.
  • Avoid bad oral habits like biting your fingernails.
  • Use scissors to open packages instead of tearing them with your teeth.