Emergency Dentist Fulshear

No Matter the Time, We’re Here For You

Your child suffers a knocked-out tooth during the big game. You accidentally fall while out for a run and chip a tooth. Your spouse bites down on a hard piece of food only to have their dental crown fall out. These are all examples of dental emergencies, and they don’t only occur during normal business hours. This is why you can expect our Villagio Family & Cosmetic Dental team to be here for you when you need us. Call our office and alert us to the situation so that we can work quickly to get you in for treatment by our emergency dentist in Fulshear.

Why Choose Villagio Family & Cosmetic Dental for Emergency Dentistry?

  • Emergency Appointments Available After Hours & On Weekends
  • Two Forms of Sedation Dentistry for Anxious Patients
  • We Treat Children, Teens, Adults, & Seniors

How We Treat Dental Emergencies

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  • Call to Schedule an Appointment – The first step you must take is to call and schedule an appointment with a member of our team.
  • Undergo a Thorough Examination – One of our highly qualified dentists will examine your mouth using digital imaging and a visual exam to determine the cause of your injury.
  • Analyze Our Findings – After compiling our findings, we will analyze the information and develop a treatment plan that we will review with you.
  • Administer Appropriate Treatment – The final step will be to administer the appropriate method of treatment so that you are free of pain and can resume normal activity.

The Most Common Dental Emergencies

Many different scenarios are considered dental emergencies; however, you may be unaware of the urgency that comes with chipped, cracked, or broken teeth as well as lost dental fillings or crowns. Below are some of the most common dental emergencies we can treat as well as what you can do to take care of your smile while waiting for treatment.

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Sensitivity to
Hot & Cold

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Lost Filling
or Crown

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Gums, Lip or
Tongue Injury

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Jaw Pain or

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Something Stuck
Between Teeth

Understanding the Cost of Dental Emergencies

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Dental emergencies are not all the same, which is why there is no set price for these appointments. To determine how much your emergency treatment will cost, you will need to schedule a visit with our team. After examining your mouth and analyzing our findings, we will craft a treatment plan as well as a cost estimate for you to review. Our team will then go over ways to pay for your care so that your out-of-pocket expenses remain as little as possible.

Keys to Preventing Dental Emergencies

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If you want to keep your teeth in the best possible shape as well as avoid sudden trips to the emergency dentist’s office, you’ll need to consider ways to protect your smile. You can do this by:

  • Practicing good oral hygiene at home by brushing, flossing, and rinsing regularly.
  • Keeping up with your six-month dental checkups and teeth cleanings.
  • Wearing appropriate mouth protection while engaging in sports or while sleeping (if you are prone to bruxism).
  • Eating healthy, nutritious foods that consist of fruits and vegetables, lean meats, dairy, leafy greens, etc.
  • Not using your teeth as tools to open packages, containers, or other similar products.