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EMERGENCY DENTISTRY

Suffering From Intolerable Pain or An Oral Emergency? Call Us Immediately!

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COMPASSIONATE DENTAL CARE THAT FITS YOUR BUDGET 

*Please Note: We do not accept Medicare, Medicaid or HMO Insurances*

Emergency Dentistry

Are you looking for an emergency dentist? Our network offers urgent dental care (including same-day appointments, depending on availability) to get you out of pain as quickly as possible. Dental emergencies aren’t something that you take to the emergency room; you need the urgent care of a dental provider you can trust.


How can you know whether your condition warrants itself as a true dental emergency? It is if you:​

  • Can’t eat or drink

  • Are unable to go to work or school

  • Are extremely embarrassed by the predicament

  • Debate canceling other plans

  • Are constantly having to take a pain reliever

  • Develop a fever or swelling

  • Have a visibly broken tooth or abscess

"My family and I have been going to Dr. Segal for well over a decade after connecting through Dental Crisis Care. We had the option of going with a cheaper HMO dentist but chose to pay more out of pocket to get the best dentist in South Florida. Dr. Matthew Segal is caring, has a great sense of humor, and his whole staff (thanks Tima!) make you feel welcomed. And if you're into anything ocean, this is the place for you. Enjoy!" - DiVitto Kelly

With dental emergencies, it’s better to be safe than sorry. Avoiding timely dental care can lead to conditions worsening over the course of just a few days.

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Tooth Pain/Oral Infections

Toothaches are one of the most painful conditions that anyone will ever experience. The sharp, jolting pain can make it impossible to go to work (or school) much less eat or drink anything. Although over-the-counter anti-inflammatories like ibuprofen can help with tooth pain to an extent, the discomfort will continue recurring until you see a dentist.

*Please Note: We do not accept Medicare, Medicaid or HMO Insurances*

Tooth Extractions

Dental extractions are an emergency treatment that offer fast pain relief for severely damaged teeth. The only time we recommend having a tooth removed is if it’s not able to be restored via another type of therapy. For instance, placing a crown or performing a root canal.

Teeth that need to be pulled are typically:

  • Causing severe pain

  • Have chronic disease

  • Are severely fractured

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*Please Note: We do not accept Medicare, Medicaid or HMO Insurances*

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Root Canals

Abscessed teeth are caused by infected, inflamed nerves inside of teeth. When they become swollen, it’s normal for drainage to create an abscess near the tip of the root that drains out through the gums. Abscesses can be extremely painful or not symptomatic whatsoever. Unless treated promptly, you risk losing your tooth altogether.

*Please Note: We do not accept Medicare, Medicaid or HMO Insurances*

Chipped & Broken Teeth

One of the most common emergencies are chipped &broken teeth. Fear not! You can rest assured knowing there are several options available to restore your smile to its natural state. Take care of the problem quickly by making an appointment and discussing options with your dentist.

*Please Note: We do not accept Medicare, Medicaid or HMO Insurances*

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Loose & Missing Crowns

If a crown starts to feel loose or falls off, there is likely an underlying issue that needs to be treated promptly. A cracked crown can also cause cuts in your tongue, due to its jagged edges, bringing on discomfort and, potentially, bleeding. As soon as you notice that you’ve cracked or lost a dental crown, contact our team at Dental Crisis Care. If the issue is addressed quickly, you could save yourself from the added time, stress, and discomfort delayed care can require.

*Please Note: We do not accept Medicare, Medicaid or HMO Insurances*

Call Now

Looking for a same-day emergency dentist? We do everything possible to work you into our schedule as quickly as possible. If you’re in pain, contact us now for an appointment.