Emergency Dental Services

Smile Craft Family Dentistry provides emergency dental services to both current patients and new patients. We are pleased to treat emergencies with caring staff that you can trust. 

Many times, we are able to schedule same-day emergency appointments. We try our best to work with you and this time of urgency. All emergency visits consists of an examination and any necessary x-rays; if available, same-day treatment may be present or depending on the severity, patients will have the option to be on our priority on-call list to be next on our schedule if needed.

*Before any treatment, an exam is required with any necessary and needed x-rays followed by signing your treatment consent form. An adult must be present if patient is a minor and younger than 18 years of age*

Patients often find they need urgent dental care for a variety of reasons. Our team will do the best we can to get you examined and leave with a solution and hopefully some relief for all ages. Additionally, our patients find it helpful our office offers evening office hours and we are open on weekends, Fridays and Saturdays. 

  • Emergency Tooth(s) Extraction

Saving an injured tooth is always our first choice. However, there are times when circumstances dictate that we need to move forward with an extraction.

Emergency extractions could be needed for one of any number of reasons, from tooth decay to a history of gum disease. Additionally, we may need to complete a tooth extraction if the tooth cracks to the point that it cannot be saved with a root canal and crown

  • Tooth and Gum Abscesses (infections)

An abscess is a pocket of infection and have the potential to be painful.

Symptoms can include facial swelling, sensitivity to heat or cold, difficulty chewing, and persistent pain in the jaw. If you have an abscess, you may also run a fever.

  • Excruciating pain or sensitivity 

    • Trouble sleeping at night

    • Complications while eating and drinking 

  • Swelling/Bleeding

  • Toothaches

  • Chipped/Cracked/Broken Tooth(s)

  • Lost Filling(s)

  • Sport Injuries 

  • Knocked out tooth