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EMERGENCY DENTAL IN CHINO HILLS, CA

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DENTAL EMERGENCIES IN CHINO HILLS

 

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Call us now and we'll make the time to see you, even after hours and on weekends. 

Emergency Dental Exams

Only  $100

Do You Have a Dental Emergency?

 

We are open for emergency dental care. If you have any dental concerns, we are here to help you get the treatment you need. Please call with any questions.

We are also available for teledentistry or virtual consultations, so you can get the care you need from your smartphone, tablet, or computer. 

We offer Same Day Solutions for Toothaches, Extractions & Pain Relief. Most Procedures Are Completed in Less Than 60 Minutes 

Five Signs You May Need Emergency Dental Care

If the situation could lead to further dental or medical complications, it counts as a dental emergency. Specifically, there are five issues the most commonly require treatment from a same-day dentist. These are:

  • Severe Pain – this is a sign of infection that may require antibiotics as well as pain relief medication.

  • Accident – an injury to your mouth/jaw should be seen immediately.

  • Lost tooth – assuming it was a permanent tooth, there’s a possibility the tooth could be saved if seen in time.

  • Excessive bleeding - this may be due to gum disease, an accident or any number of other causes.

  • Pus or Infection – known as a periodontal or periapical abscess, this type of infection could actually spread if ignored.

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Why the ER Isn’t the Answer for Dental Emergencies

With the COVID-19 crisis, we join with the American Dental Association in urging people to avoid the local ER for dental treatment to preserve capacity for COVID-19 and emergency cases. Additionally, it’s important to note that many ERs are simply not equipped to treat certain emergency dental needs like a 24-hour dentist. For example, some issues the local ER or Urgent Care may not be able to help include:

  • A tooth that needs to be pulled.

  • Root canal or other emergency dental work.

  • Lost or cracked  filling.

  • Denture repair.

  • Re-cementing of crowns, bridges, or veneers.

  • Broken tooth, chipped tooth, or lost tooth.