Get Treated for Dental Emergencies

Dial (972) 267-6244 and press option 3

We are on call 24 hours a day to make sure you get the help you need.

What is considered an emergency?

A lot of people may try and deal with the pain because they’re not sure if their situation is an actual emergency. Generally speaking, should you bite into your food and break a tooth or crown or lose a filling, you should get in here as quickly as possible. The sooner you get it treated, the sooner you can return to a pain-free life.


Go to the Emergency Room

  • Severe Swelling
  • High Fever
  • Difficulty Breathing
  • Deep cut on lips
  • Reaction to medication resulting in hives, swelling of mouth, lips or throat


Call Us Immediately 24/7

  • Broken tooth/teeth
  • Toothache preventing sleep
  • Minor to moderate swelling
  • Moderate to severe pain
  • Tooth knocked out
  • Tooth misplaced or knocked out of position
  • Deep cuts on gums
  • Jaw locked open
  • Severe TMJ pain


Call Us the Next Business Day

  • Missing filling
  • Cracked or broken crown
  • Lost, loose or broken temporary crown
  • Debris trapped between teeth or gums
  • Broken denture/partial denture
  • Loose orthodontic band, bracket, expander, lip bumper or uncomfortable wire