Emergency Dentist Troy, MI

While patients can avoid many oral problems with preventative care and regular visits to the dentist, emergency dental treatment is occasionally necessary. Dentists may administer this type of care during or outside of regular office hours to help patients with various oral problems, such as infections or missing teeth. Emergency dental treatment is care administered to relieve mouth pain without prior scheduling.

Our Troy dental office provides same-day emergency dental care to existing and new patients during our normal office hours. If you are having a painful toothache, need a tooth extraction, root canal, pain treatment, urgent dental care, or looking for an emergency dental clinic, please call us to make an appointment today. We are open most days including some Saturdays and some late Tuesdays. We offer same-day dental appointments. For emergency dental care outside our normal office hours including emergency dental services on weekends or after-hours dental emergencies, please call us to confirm the availability of an emergency dentist. If we are not available, please seek help from your nearest emergency facility.

Emergency dental treatment is available at Dental First in Troy and the surrounding area. We use this type of treatment to care for many common mouth problems to improve patients' oral health. Proper care and treatment are essential for helping patients recuperate from a dental emergency.

If you are experiencing severe mouth pain and need immediate medical treatment, call us at (248) 729-2506 to make an appointment and have your oral health restored.

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Emergency dentist infographic: Dental emergencies include cracked, broken, or knocked-out adult teeth.
Emergency dentist infographic: An emergency dentist is any dentist who can treat dental emergencies.
Emergency dentist infographic: When patients forgo a necessary visit to an emergency dentist, they may lose their teeth and negatively affect their health.
Emergency dentist infographic: If you find yourself in a life-threatening emergency, then the situation is better-suited to be treated at the emergency room.