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Affordable Emergency Dentistry Care at Bright Now!

Do you have an excruciating toothache or another dental emergency? Look no further than Bright Now for affordable and rapid emergency dentistry services in your vicinity. Our holistic dentists strive to offer same-day care whenever possible and are dedicated to expediting your recovery, allowing you to resume your routine promptly.
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Why Choose Bright Now for Emergency Dental Care?

At Bright Now, we deliver affordable, holistic, and expedient emergency dental treatments. We prioritize getting you out of pain quickly, even without dental insurance. Upon calling, we’ll guide you through what to do and plan for your prompt arrival at our office.

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The Bright Now Emergency Care Patient Experience

Fast Pain Relief

Our emergency care prioritizes your comfort. Our dentists administer quick pain relief, typically by numbing the affected tooth. Then, they will discuss treatment options with you.

Same-Day Emergency Treatment

Certain dental emergencies may only require same-day procedures, such as fillings or bonding. Regardless, we’ll thoroughly discuss the recommended treatment plan, ensuring you know precisely what to expect.

Follow-Up Care (As Needed)

In some instances, we provide interim dental emergency procedures before arranging more long-term solutions. Sedation dentistry is available upon request. Your personalized treatment plan will outline all necessary steps and pricing.

Affordable Emergency or Urgent Dental Care

We understand that some individuals hesitate to call about dental emergencies due to concerns about costs, particularly without comprehensive insurance coverage. At Bright Now, we take a transparent approach and inform you of all expenses before proceeding with any service. During your emergency exam, we’ll create a care plan tailored to your specific situation, accompanied by a detailed review of associated costs. Rest assured, we offer affordable payment options to ensure you have access to emergency dentistry.

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Insurances Accepted

Our treatment coordinators optimize your dental insurance coverage by closely collaborating with your policy carrier. Visit our Affordable Care page and enter your zip code to see what insurance plans we accept in your area. We accept most PPO and HMO dental insurance plans. Our user-friendly zip code tool simplifies locating an affordable emergency dentist near you who accepts your insurance.

Bright Now Flexible Payment Plans

Timely access to emergency dental treatment is of utmost importance. In addition to offering competitively priced dental care, Bright Now provides affordable and flexible payment plans that can be used independently or in conjunction with your insurance coverage. This ensures fast, same-day relief without financial concerns.

Who Needs an Emergency Dentist?

Emergency dental care becomes necessary when you experience difficulties in eating, talking, or fulfilling work or school commitments due to your dental condition.

Some common emergency services we provide are related to the following situations:

Lost or Knocked-out Tooth

Accidents happen, and teeth are particularly vulnerable to injuries resulting from slips or blows to the mouth during physical activities. If you knock out a tooth, seek a dentist within the next hour to attempt tooth reimplantation. To preserve the tooth, keep it moist in milk, saline, or contact solution, and avoid touching the root surface. Meanwhile, apply a cold compress to reduce swelling and apply firm pressure to limit bleeding. Over-the-counter pain relievers like ibuprofen (Motrin) can help alleviate discomfort.

Infection or Abscess

Abscessed teeth can manifest as dull toothaches with visible gum blisters or intense, severe pain. This condition arises when the tooth’s internal nerve becomes infected due to deep cavities, cracks, or traumatic injuries. Immediately treating abscesses is vital to preserve the tooth; delay can lead to the need for extraction.

Broken, Cracked, or Chipped Tooth

Teeth may chip or break due to traumatic injuries or aging dental work. Avoid biting or chewing on that side of your mouth and place any significant tooth fragments in milk or saline solution, bringing them to our office on the same day.

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Urgent Dental Injuries

Urgent dental situations cause discomfort but may not necessitate immediate, same-day attention. If you encounter any of the following scenarios, refrain from chewing on that side of your mouth and schedule an appointment at your earliest convenience to prevent the situation from worsening:

Lost or Broken Crown

Loose crowns may occur if new cavities develop beneath them or if the “cap” is temporarily cemented. Avoid sticky or hard foods and book an appointment as soon as possible, bringing the crown along if it comes off entirely.

Lost or Damaged Filling

Broken or fallen fillings put the remaining tooth at risk of further fractures. Avoid biting down on anything on that side of your mouth and promptly address the issue to avoid additional tooth damage.

Loose Braces or Brackets

Orthodontic emergencies can usually wait until the next business day. Use orthodontic wax to cover any irritating areas or wires rubbing against your mouth. In some instances, nail clippers can trim longer wires poking into your lip or cheek.

Persistent Mouth Pain or Toothaches

Chronic tooth pain can result from various issues, ranging from sinus infections to small cavities or cracked teeth. Contact us regarding any tooth-related pain lasting more than a week, particularly if it seems to be coming from a specific area in your mouth.

Call Now for Emergency Dental Care

Bright Now delivers fast, affordable, and family-friendly emergency dental care. When you seek swift pain relief for a toothache, broken tooth, or other dental emergencies, rely on our compassionate team of professionals to prioritize your smile. Whether requiring same-day attention or experiencing dental discomfort, visit our holistic dental team without delay. Call 1-844-400-7645.

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Dental Emergency FAQs

What do I do when I have a dental emergency?

When a dental emergency strikes, the first step is to call your dentist for an emergency appointment. In the meantime, here are some tips for relieving the pain and trauma of a dental emergency: Knocked-out tooth: Always handle a knocked-out tooth by its crown—the wide, top portion—instead of the root to protect the root from germs. If the tooth has dirt or other debris on it, run it under cold water but don’t dry it. Try to reinsert the tooth into its socket. If that’s not possible, store it in a container of milk and bring it to your dentist. If you get there within an hour, your dentist may be able to save the tooth. Tooth pain: A toothache is usually caused by an infection or abscess. If you still have pain after taking over-the-counter pain medication, you need emergency dental care. For immediate relief: press a cold compress to the portion of your face by the sore tooth, rinse with salt water and use oral numbing gel on the area. Swelling: If your face, jaw or gums swell, you may have a serious infection. Until you see your dentist, apply a cold compress to your face where the pain is, rinse with salt water and use over-the-counter pain relievers.

Do you take emergency appointments?

Yes we do! Give us a call as soon as possible so we can schedule your appointment and treat the issue quickly.

When to see an emergency dentist?

Any time you are in excruciating pain that over the counter medicine cannot treat or a tooth has been knocked out, it’s important to visit a dentist as soon as possible.

What if a tooth gets knocked out in an accident?

If your tooth gets knocked out act quickly and see a dentist within 30 minutes of the injury. Make sure to pick up your tooth and try to keep moist at all times. Sometimes placing it in a glass of milk until you can get to see your dentist. The sooner you see the dentist the more likely your tooth can be saved.

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