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Emergency Dentist — Owings Mills, MD

Quick Relief & Repair for Smiles

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Sadly, not all oral issues are mild ones. Some are pretty severe and thus require immediate dental care. For these cases, though, don’t panic – trust your emergency dentist in Owings Mills for help! At our office, Dr. Mattson works to treat dental emergencies quickly and effectively. That means we’ll get your smile back on track, saving you the time, money, and hassle of an ER visit. To learn more, just keep reading or contact us today.

Why Choose Us for Emergency Dental Care?

  • Same-Day Emergency Appointments
  • Evening & Weekend Availability
  • A Highly-Experienced Dental Team

How We Treat Dental Emergencies

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Maybe you’ve never had urgent oral care before. Still, there’s no need to worry; we’ll give you a quick rundown of how it works. With that said, here’s what to expect from your emergency dental visit:

  • A Same-Day Visit– After you’ve contacted us, we’ll schedule you for the earliest available appointment. You’ll likely see us the same day you call! Furthermore, we can also provide first-aid tips over the phone.
  • An Emergency Exam – Our team will do a fast emergency exam when you first arrive for care. Through this assessment, our office can learn the source and extent of your problem. (The exam will also reduce any immediate and severe pain.)
  • Review of Findings – Following the oral exam, Dr. Mattson will show you her preliminary findings. She’ll then recommend a few possible procedures. Based on your feedback, our practice will draft a custom treatment plan just for you. (To be clear, we’ll explain the estimated treatment price and timeframe before you commit to anything.)
  • Top-Quality Dental Care – With the treatment plan drafted, our team will address your dental issue. Whether you need a crown, filling, root canal therapy, or something else, you can count on us! As such, your smile will be healthy again in no time.

The Most Common Dental Emergencies

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While dental emergencies come in many forms, some are more common than others. It’s thus essential that you seek help for them right away. After all, our office is highly-trained and well-equipped to treat these typical (yet urgent) problems. So, don’t hesitate to call us if you’re experiencing any of the following.

Understanding the Cost of Dental Emergencies

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Even if you need emergency dentistry, you may worry about its price. Fair enough – you can’t get a treatment that’s outside your budget. However, the cost of a dental emergency varies by patient; you’ll need to consult Dr. Mattison for an exact estimate. Once an initial price is set, our office can work on making your care more affordable. We’ll even walk you through treatment’s cost factors and the available financing options.

How to Prevent Dental Emergencies

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Naturally, you’re better off preventing a dental emergency than just managing one. The former option is less pricey and time-consuming. So, it’s a good thing you can reduce the risk of urgent oral problems. Just follow the tips listed below:

  • Maintain Good Oral Hygiene – Remember to brush your teeth twice daily and floss between them once daily. Also, rinse with fluoridated mouthwash often.
  • Avoid Bad Oral Habits – Try not to chew on hard objects, as doing so can chip your teeth. You should avoid excess alcohol and tobacco as well; they can cause gum disease.
  • Eat ‘Mouth-Healthy’ Meals – Rather than high-sugar stuff, fill your meals with lean proteins, leafy greens, and dairy products. These will strengthen your enamel and keep your mouth safe.
  • See the Dentist Often – At minimum, see your dentist every six months for checkups and cleanings.

Have Questions?

We’d love to hear from you! Please send us any questions or concerns you may have. Someone will get back to you as soon as possible.

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