Advanced Endodontics treats dental emergencies throughout Central Florida, with offices in Lake Mary, Clermont, Orlando, Port Orange, and Winter Park. Call (352) 404-5550 for urgent dental care.
If it’s past 8:00 PM and you are in severe tooth pain or are experiencing a dental emergency, you can reach us on our Emergency After Hours Dental Care Helpline. Call (407) 494-3636
Chipped tooth? Toothache? Swelling? We’ll see you ASAP.
If we knew when an emergency was going to happen, we could be prepared for it. And, it wouldn’t necessarily be an emergency, would it? Anyone can face a dental emergency at any time – even those who have great oral health can easily find themselves facing a dental emergency.
So, what does a dental emergency look like? It can include things such as:
At Advanced Endodontics, we practice emergency dentistry. That means when these unpredictable moments arise in your life, we are here for you when you need us the most – giving you the best chance at saving your natural tooth.
Our primary services are:
Emergency dentistry involves seeing the patient right away and taking the best first step to find the right path for healing. Because many dental emergencies revolve around an exposed pulp, root canal treatments and root canal retreatments are two very common procedures used. And endodontic surgery can be used to treat pain that is coming from the root.
Dealing with a dental emergency can be scary. But it can be comforting to know that you have an experienced dental team waiting to welcome you. At Advanced Endodontics, we have all the tools needed to provide you with the appropriate treatment for your dental needs. And we get right to work for you to make it happen.
When it comes to saving a tooth, minutes matter. Having endodontists that you can trust can make all the difference. Whether you are a current patient, a new patient, or just an out-of-town visitor – you are welcome here.
An abscess should be treated as soon as possible as this infection can spread. If left untreated, it can potentially lead to a life-threatening situation.
An infected tooth can begin spreading to other areas of the body if left untreated. It can lead to swelling in the mouth, jaw, and neck – which should be treated as an emergency. Without treatment, you may develop symptoms like headache, fever, dizziness, fever, face swelling, dehydration, increased heart rate, increased breathing, and stomach pain. Experiencing any of these things requires medical attention immediately.
No, not always. When a patient has severe tooth pain, swelling, and/or an abscess, root canals may warrant a dental emergency.
Call (352) 404-5550 to learn more or schedule an appointment.
AFTER HOURS EMERGENCY HELPLINE
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