In pain? We can help.
There is never a good time to have a dental emergency. Whether you have cracked or lost a tooth or are experiencing dental pain, you need prompt dental care. At Coast Dental, we offer emergency dental services and can usually accommodate emergency patients with same-day appointments. Don’t wait any longer! Call us now at (800) 32-SMILE or use the button below to make your emergency appointment. Let us help you feel your best.
Common Reasons for Toothaches
Severe or persistent tooth pain is a signal that you need to see a dentist. The most common reasons for toothaches are:
Sometimes, tooth pain indicates you may need a root canal procedure, which relieves the pain and removes any infection within the tooth. Other times, the pain may be caused by a loose filling or sensitive tooth. The only way to know for sure what’s causing your tooth pain is to make an appointment with your emergency dentist right away.
At Your Service
As a trusted Coast Dental office, we’re proud to offer our patients emergency dental services. In most cases, we can accommodate same-day emergency dental service during regular business hours. If it’s after business hours, and you are a patient of record, you can reach your Coast Dental dentist after hours in a dental emergency by calling your local office and following the voice prompts. When you come in for your visit, we will examine the area of concern and take one or more x-rays. We’ll diagnose the problem, discuss it with you, and formulate a treatment plan that will eliminate the pain and restore your smile.
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