Emergency Dental Care Columbia
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Columbia Emergency Dentists
Dental emergencies don’t always happen at convenient times. You need a dental office you can rely on. Dental pain is a common concern that can hinder daily activities. Brickyard Dental Group is dedicated to providing prompt and exceptional relief with their extensive emergency dental services.
Dental emergencies are an unfortunate part of life. Unfortunately many people head straight to the emergency room when they suffer from tooth pain. The problem is most emergency rooms aren’t set up to handle dental emergencies. They might be able to give you some antibiotics if your emergency is caused by an infection, but they will still advise you to see your dentist as soon as possible. For this small service, you are likely to be hit with a huge co-pay or bill.
Our team of compassionate and highly qualified dental professionals conducts comprehensive dental exams and efficient treatments to alleviate pain. Our facility delivers world-class care and an immediate dental emergency response that caters to all your dental needs. To experience relief from frustrating toothaches and discomfort, contact Brickyard Dental Group today.
Potential Dental Emergencies
Broken, Fractured or Lost Teeth
Our chances of saving the tooth are best if you retrieve the tooth and quickly rinse it with cool water, avoiding the root area. Try to replace the tooth back in the socket, but don’t force it. If the tooth can’t be replaced in the socket, keep it in a glass of cold water. Call our office immediately.
Lost filling or crown
Fillings or crowns are used to repair cavities or repair cracked/broken teeth can fall out or break. . In general, losing your crown is not a dental emergency. The only time you’d need to call our emergency dentist for a broken crown is if the jagged edges of your tooth are sharp.
Dental Accidents and Trauma
If a tooth is damaged or lost due to trauma, such as a car accident or sports injury, call Brickyard Dental for mergency care as soon as possible. When you come to the office, bring the broken or lost tooth with you. We will take immediate steps to save the tooth and repair the injury.
You are experiencing a dental abscess.
Unexpected swelling can indicate infection, and infections need emergency treatment. Infected teeth or dental abscesses can not only result in unbearable pain, but they can threaten the health of your entire body if left alone.
Root canal therapy
Removal of the nerve and pulp of a tooth that is badly decayed or infected in order to repair and save the tooth.
Dentists typically recommend an extraction if a cavity has severely damaged a tooth. In this case, the dentist will remove the decayed portion of the tooth and then replace it with an implant or a bridge to help support the remaining teeth.
Dentists may also use tooth extractions to treat patients with gum disease or other oral health issues.
If you have a dental emergency and need to schedule an appointment please call
- Emergency appointments are welcomed and sometimes same-day appointments are available.
- A $25 fee is required to reserve your appointment.
- If you elect to have treatment, the fee will be applied to the total treatment cost.
- If this office is closed and you can’t wait, call 911.
Does not include x-ray ($39)
- Includes exam by doctor
Does not include doctor exam
- or necessary x-rays
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Serving patients in: Columbia, West Columbia, Lexington, Camden, Forest Acres, Elgin, Lugoff, Blythewood, Red Bank, Irmo, and White Knoll, just to name a few.
Monday: 7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Tuesday: 7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Wednesday: 7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Thursday: 7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Friday: 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.