Dental Associates of Northern Virginia in Tysons Corner
8100 Boone Blvd., Suite 100, Vienna, VA 22182
We accept same-day emergency appointments. Call us today at (703) 935-2825.
A dental emergency can cause you to experience a great deal of pain and discomfort. Most of the time, the need for relief is so intense that you might ask yourself, “Where can I find emergency dental care near me?” Calling your dentist immediately when you’re experiencing a dental emergency is essential for easing pain and preventing further damage to your teeth.
Fortunately, emergency dental care is just a phone call away. Our experienced emergency dentists in Vienna offer comprehensive care in a compassionate, modern environment. We’re open during regular business hours, and our emergency dentists strive to see patients as soon as possible. It is our goal to pinpoint the cause of the pain, alleviate the discomfort, and prevent the problem from recurring.
Any type of urgent dental care administered to relieve severe oral pain is considered emergency care. Our emergency dentists in Vienna can repair structural damage to injured teeth, offer pain relief for toothaches, and much more. Some of the additional emergency dental services you can receive during regular business hours include:
Knowing when it’s time to receive emergency dental care is key to your successful recovery. If you’re suffering from any of the following conditions during regular business hours, contact our office immediately:
Broken or fractured teeth can cause a great deal of discomfort and may put you at risk for infection. Cover any sharp edges of the teeth with dental wax, then make an appointment with our emergency dentists. Failing to seek care in a timely fashion can lead to even more structural damage.
In many cases, emergency dentists can salvage knocked-out teeth. If your tooth has been knocked out, try to gather as many fragments as possible and clean them with warm water. Hold the tooth by its crown only, and try to place the tooth back into its socket, if possible. Call our office immediately to book an appointment.
There are a number of factors that can cause severe toothache pain or pressure. Don’t wait to see if the problem goes away – this can often cause further complications. It’s especially important to seek urgent dental care if the toothache is joined by a fever or earache.
Many people don’t require care for minor tooth sensitivity. However, a tooth that suddenly becomes quite sensitive should be examined. The tooth could be affected by a fracture or gum infection.
When tooth decay is left untreated, a large cavity can develop, exposing the tooth root to debris. Our emergency dentists can provide pain management for dental decay (cavities) and determine what procedures are necessary to save the tooth.
If you’re experiencing a severe toothache accompanied by draining sores on the gum line, fever, and foul breath, you may have an abscessed tooth. Dental abscesses should be treated immediately – failure to receive care can result in more severe complications.
A filling that has become loose or missing can cause pain and sensitivity. Loose or missing fillings can also leave your tooth exposed to decay and injury, so it’s important to receive a replacement as soon as possible.
Keeping your crowns and restorations in place is important when it comes to protecting your teeth from damage. If you have broken crowns or lost restorations, our emergency dentists can provide solutions that restore your smile and protect the affected areas.
It’s common to experience orthodontic pain or injuries when wearing braces. If your orthodontic devices are causing you discomfort, we can help. Our emergency dentists can stabilize your braces to prevent further discomfort.
Constant grinding of the teeth can cause discomfort over time. If you’re suffering from tooth enamel worn by teeth grinding, our dentists can provide you with enamel reinforcement and night guards that will ease any discomfort.
Sinus pressure and dental pain can be related – sometimes, sinus pain accompanied by a toothache can be a sign of impacted wisdom teeth or infection. Our dentists can pinpoint the cause of your discomfort and offer relief.
Severe dental trauma sometimes needs immediate care. If you’re experiencing any of the following conditions, contact your primary care physician, oral surgeon, or 911:
Many patients are concerned about cost when receiving emergency oral care. Urgent care costs will vary depending on the severity of your situation and the required treatment. Our emergency dentists in Vienna work with you to create a solution that works for your oral health and budget. At our emergency dental office, we accept most insurance plans and credit cards for your convenience. Don’t suffer from dental pain any longer – contact our emergency dental office during regular business hours to receive affordable care.