Call us or fill out the form below to be contacted to schedule your appointment. You should expect a call on our next business day. We are only accepting emergency and urgent procedures. The ADA&C expects us to be able to open for non-urgent care on May 14th but the situation is constantly changing. We will update you here with any changes.
Thanks for your understanding during this time.
What is considered an emergency: Emergency dental treatment includes treatment of oral-facial trauma, significant infection, prolonged bleeding, pain which cannot be managed by over the counter medications, or management of known/high-risk malignancy.
What is considered urgent care: Severe dental pain, third-molar pain, dry sockets, abscesses or localized bacterial infection resulting in localized pain and swelling, tooth fracture resulting in pain or causing soft tissue trauma, dental trauma, dental treatment required prior to critical medical procedures, and final crown/bridge cementation.
Other urgent dental care:
- Active sleep apnea management
- Extensive dental caries or defective restorations causing pain or that can lead to pain
- Suture removal
- Denture adjustment on radiation/oncology patients
- Denture adjustments or repairs when function impeded
- Replacing temporary fillings on root-canaled teeth
- Pre-surgical clearance for medical procedures
- Managing active orthodontic cases