Emergency Dental Care in Houston, TX
Are you looking for an emergency dentist in Houston? Well, you have found the right place. Not only are we Houston #1 Emergency Dentist Provider, but we have the skill and the experience to tackle any problems that you may have. Dr. Jasmine Naderi is highly trained and skilled to tackle any dental emergency ranging from fractured teeth to swellings and infections that may come about.
Your Go To Emergency Dentist in Houston
If you’re looking for a trained dentist who can handle dental emergencies with integrity, come meet Dr. Jasmine Naderi and her surgical team at Best Dental. We specialize in treating emergencies around the clock for citizens in and around the greater Houston area. We know that emergencies can happen at any time, and that is why we will always be there when you need us.
A Walk-In Dentist Near You
If you are having any kind of dental emergency that ranges from a toothache to a full blown dental infection, trust our team at Best Dental to handle any of your problems. We accept walk-ins and we promise to never turn you away. Our team at Best Dental is highly trained to handle any emergencies that walk through our doors. If you are in need of any form of urgent dental care, our team will be here for you.
Emergency Oral Surgery in Houston, TX
Are you in need to get a tooth extraction, or are your wisdom teeth infected? Our surgery team has removed over 25,000 teeth all across the Houston, TX area, so rest assured we are the dental team for all your emergency oral surgery needs. If you are needing IV Sedation because you do not want to be awake for your treatment, Best Dental offers that option as well. Whatever your needs are, remember that we are the #1 choice for oral surgery emergencies in the greater Houston area.
Whatever emergency dental treatment that you or a family member are needing, our surgical team at Best Dental will be there to help. Below are some common questions about our emergency dental services. Feel free to contact us if you have any further inquiries.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
What is considered to be a dental emergency?
At Best Dental, we consider a dental emergency any situation that brings about bodily harm. The following are a list of situations that we deem to be emergencies:
- Severe toothache
- Swelling due to a tooth infection
- Jaw Fracture
- Severe gum disease
- A broken or fractured tooth
- A tooth that has been knocked out (also known as an avulsed tooth)
What can help me with unbearable tooth pain?
If you are suffering from a severe toothache, there are some home remedies that you can follow to help lessen the pain until you can see your dentist. Ultimately, your clinician will need to determine what long term solution there is for your tooth problem. Here is a list of simple steps to follow if you can’t see your dentist for whatever reason:
- Ibuprofen: Taking 600mg of Ibuprofen every six hours can help with your toothache. This medication is normally considered to be the best medication for a toothache. Remember, however, that long term use of NSAIDs is not the cure for tooth discomfort, and you should seek the advice of a dental professional for long-term relief.
- Salt water rinses: In an infection is brewing around your tooth you may want to rinse with warm salt water a few times a day. This will help the infection from growing and spreading.
- Root canal treatment: If you are suffering from a toothache, chances are that a cavity has penetrated into the tooth’s nerve tissue. If this is the case your dentist may recommend a root canal.
- Tooth extraction: If your toothache is related to a tooth that is completely breaking down, either due to an accident or from a long term cavity, then your dentist may recommend that it be removed. Always make sure that replacement options are given to you at your consultation appointment with their team.
How can you sleep if you have a toothache?
A trip to a local emergency room with an oral surgery team on staff may be your best solution. They may be able to numb your tooth for temporary relief until you are able to see your dentist. Many patients are able to get some comfort and sleep after their tooth has been numbed with a local anesthetic.
Will a tooth eventually stop hurting?
This is usually not the case. There are rare instances where a toothache subsides, but realize that they pain usually comes back ten-fold. It is always advisable to address a toothache as soon as possible with a reputable dentist.
Can an abscessed tooth kill you?
If an infected tooth is left to linger for a long period of time, the abscess can spread to other regions of the body. Although rare, a dental infection can become systemic and there are known cases of fatalities due to a spread of infection from the mouth.
Are your examinations free of charge?
A lot of our new patients ask us; How much are your dental emergency exams? We tell them, all our emergency examinations are free of charge. We will take an x-rays of the affected area, and Dr. Jasmine will go over the problems, and provide you with the solutions you need to take care of the problem. The actual procedure is the only cost you will have.
I Have No Dental Insurance, what Should I do?
If you are a Houston resident without dental insurance, remember that our examinations and dental x-rays are free of charge. As far as the expenses for any treatment you may need, always remember that we are known as Houston’s Affordable Dentist. Our prices are the best in Houston, and any dental emergency you may have, rest assured that we will not be breaking your bank by any stretch of the imagination.
Are your offices open after hours in case of dental emergencies?
Our offices are open 24 hours for patients who are seeking dental emergency treatment. Whether its a broken tooth, toothache, infection, or a fractured jaw, our team will be there when you need us most. We understand your time is valuable, and that emergencies can happen over night as well. Dr. Naderi and her team are highly trained in this department as they have hospital based training dealing with emergency patients.
Does your dental office perform emergency tooth extractions?
Yes we do. Whether its a front tooth, or an infected molar, our team will handle any tooth removal needs that you may have. We will also go over replacement options in case you are interested after we relieve your discomfort.
Does your dental office perform emergency root canals?
Yes we do. Whether its a molar or an anterior tooth, we perform all our endodontics under one roof. If you are swollen, Dr. Jasmine may place you on an antibiotics to get your swelling under control before any treatment is performed.
See Also: Emergency Root Canal Therapy
Does you office also perform emergency wisdom tooth removal?
Yes we do. We have a trained oral surgery team that can handle any of your wisdom teeth concerns, whether they are erupted or impacted. Infected wisdom teeth can lead to a dental emergency and possible hospitalization if the issue is not quickly addressed.
See Also: Emergency Wisdom Tooth Extraction
If I can’t afford my emergency dental treatment, will your team provide me with antibiotics and pain medications?
We understand that financial situations are a problem for most people. If you sincerely cannot afford any dental treatment, we will be kind enough to prescribe you medications. Remember that medications are not the solution to your problem, and will only serve as a temporary fix until your treatment is completed.
Does your emergency team perform emergency fillings?
Tooth fractures happen all the time. Our emergency dentist, Dr. Jasmine, has performed thousands of bondings to restore broken teeth back to their natural beauty.
Does your emergency dentist team perform dental crowns for fractured teeth?
Yes we do. If your tooth has severely fractured, it may need a dental crown. Sometimes if a tooth has worn down to the point where a dental filling just will not suffice, a dental crown becomes the ancillary option to help restore the tooth. We will let you know your best treatment options at your emergency consultation examination.
My face is really swollen, what can I do?
If your face is swollen due to a tooth infection, please come see us immediately. Dental infections can get out of control and spread relatively quickly. Our team will evaluate your problem, and if its gum or tooth related, we will handle the swelling with either an extraction, root canal, or incision. Initial draining of the infection may be required before any further treatment is performed.
If you happen to be in Houston, and are in need of an “emergency dentist near me”, we are the office for you. Our team is looking forward to seeing you!