Gentle Dental of Haverford
354 West Lancaster Avenue, Haverford, PA 19041

Emergency Dentists in Haverford

We accept same-day emergency appointments. Call us today at (610) 572-1248.

Medical Emergencies

If you are experiencing a MEDICAL emergency,
please dial 911

Dental Emergencies

If you are experiencing a DENTAL emergency during regular business hours:
call (610) 572-1248

When a painful and alarming dental emergency strikes, it can alter your plans and leave you wondering, “How can I find emergency dental care near me?” If you delay treatment, it can cause small problems to get bigger, so you don’t want to wait. Fortunately, emergency dental care is available in your area.

Where to Find Local Emergency Dentists

You don’t have to suffer. Our emergency dentists in Haverford treat patients during regular business hours. Just call our emergency dental office to schedule an urgent appointment. One of our dentists will see you as soon as possible. In many cases, we can get you into the office on the same day. Our promise and goal is to provide essential emergency dental care that ensures an accurate diagnosis, relieves pain, and determines whether you’ll need further treatment to prevent the problem from returning.

We happily provide dental emergencies with same-day treatment, yet there may be a slight wait involved.

What Our Emergency Dental Services Include

Our comprehensive emergency dental services include any type of test or treatment that is required to relieve your symptoms and protect your dental health. Listed below are just a few of the urgent dental care services we provide.

  • Emergency tooth extractions and repairs of broken or cracked teeth
  • Pain relief for severe toothaches related to tooth decay, impacted wisdom teeth, and dental injuries
  • Treatment of tooth abscesses and other infections
  • Restoration of lost or damaged fillings and crowns
  • Relief of pain caused by broken brackets and displaced wires of orthodontic devices

What Conditions Call for Emergency Dental Treatment?

I’m not sure if my tooth pain is an emergency. When should I seek professional emergency dental care near me?

The following symptoms and conditions call for emergency dental care.

Broken or Fractured Teeth

A fractured, broken, or otherwise damaged tooth requires immediate care to prevent infection and additional structural damage. If the sharp edges of your broken tooth are cutting your mouth, place a small amount of dental wax over the rough area, and call us to schedule emergency treatment.

Knocked-Out Teeth

A knocked-out tooth can be devastating, but our emergency dentists may be able to save it if you act quickly. Locate all tooth fragments, and rinse them using warm water. Holding your tooth by its crown only, try to place it back into the empty socket. Don’t force the tooth. If you’re unable to replace it, hold it inside your cheek until you can obtain emergency care. Call our office immediately for further advice.

Severe Toothache Pain or Pressure

A severe toothache is hard to ignore. Getting treatment promptly can help save the tooth if a serious problem is causing the pain. Be sure to inform the dentist about any additional symptoms such as ear pain, fever, pressure sensations, or bleeding.

Tooth Sensitivity

Urgent dental care isn’t usually required for everyday tooth sensitivity, but if the problem develops without warning or your usual sensitivity suddenly gets worse, it may a sign that an infection or fracture has occurred. Seek treatment to ensure that your teeth remain healthy and safe.

Dental Decay (Cavities)

Dental decay occurs over time, but eventually, large cavities cause sensitive tooth roots or pulp to become exposed. This may result in immediate discomfort or pain. Our emergency dentists can evaluate and treat pain due to tooth decay and develop a treatment plan to restore the affected tooth.

Abscessed Tooth

An abscessed tooth is caused by a severe bacterial infection that often starts at the root of a tooth. Trauma, gum disease, or tooth decay may be contributing factors. Symptoms include severe and unremitting pain, facial swelling, foul tastes or mouth odors, fever, swollen glands in your neck, and open or draining sores on or near your gums. Call our emergency dental office immediately if you suspect that you may have an abscessed tooth. Urgent treatment is required to prevent serious complications.

Lost or Loose Fillings

After losing a filling, your exposed tooth is especially vulnerable to decay and additional damage. Loose fillings don’t function properly, and gaps between the filling and tooth may accumulate food particles that can accelerate decay. Don’t hesitate to request emergency treatment for a lost or loose filling.

Broken Crowns or Lost Restorations

When your crown or restoration detaches or breaks, your smile isn’t the only thing that suffers. Your tooth has lost its protection and is now in danger of further structural damage and decay. Our emergency dentists can restore your crown or restoration with a temporary or permanent replacement.

Orthodontic Pain or Injuries

Orthodontic devices are made to straighten teeth, but when brackets and wires break or malfunction, pain and injury can be the result. We can relieve symptoms caused by braces and stabilize your orthodontic appliances to prevent further injury and irritation.

Tooth Enamel Worn by Teeth Grinding

Teeth grinding causes significant damage to tooth enamel over time. If you detect a worsening problem, we can help by strengthening your enamel and providing dental devices to help you minimize the damage caused by your tooth grinding habit.

Sinus Pressure

Sinus pressure is sometimes related to dental problems such as impacted teeth or undetected infections. If you are experiencing unexplained sensations of pressure, we can help rule out dental causes or uncover and treat them.

Treatment for Serious Medical Situations

I’ve just fallen, and my jaw may be broken. Should I find an emergency dental office near me or call my doctor?

Some conditions that include the mouth and teeth may also pose a serious threat to your general health or even your life. These should be treated by other medical professionals instead of emergency dentists in Haverford. If you are experiencing symptoms such as profuse bleeding or severe facial swelling or you’ve sustained an impact injury to your face, head, or jaw, seek treatment at a hospital emergency room or call 911 immediately.

How Much Will My Dental Emergency Treatments Cost?

The cost of emergency dental care depends on a number of factors including the types of treatments and tests required to resolve your symptoms. To help you manage your budget, our emergency dentists accept major credit cards and most dental insurance plans. We also offer several financing options and the DentRite® discount plan. DentRite® isn’t insurance. It’s a discount program that helps you save money on dental services including emergency and even preventative care and major dental procedures. Contact us to learn more.

If I break a tooth on a Sunday, should I wait until the next day to visit the emergency dental office near me?

Some emergencies can wait a few hours or even a day, but if you’re experiencing severe pain or you have a problem that could get worse if you delay getting treatment, don’t risk your dental health. When emergency dentists aren’t available, your local hospital emergency room can relieve your symptoms and stabilize your condition. If you have an emergency during regular office hours, please call us to schedule a consultation with one of our skilled emergency dentists in Haverford.

Read What Our Patients Say
Patient Reviews
I like the staff there and feel very at ease there.
Greta G.
I needed a cap removed because of decay underneath. The doctor took his time and was very precise doing the work needed.
Bonnie P.
The staff is very friendly! The doctor is excellent!
Richard H.
Very friendly staff and they do an excellent job cleaning your teeth. The place is clean and organized. If you need your teeth cleaned, come here!
Steve S.
The dental hygienists, doctors, and staff are all very friendly and are helpful in calming my anxiety. When they are working on my teeth, they are gentle and understanding when I tell them I need a […]
Erin D.
Both the hygienist and dentist did a wonderful job with my 3 year old son. It was his first time to the dentist and they made him feel at ease.
Thomas P.
All my appointments with Gentle Dental so far have been positive. Staff is very courteous, professional and efficient with their positions. Tara who has done my cleanings (2) so far is very thorough […]
Judith P.
I like Dr Nashed, he is thorough and has a call demeanor, the receptionists are friendly and polite. The hygienist is gentle on my teeth.
Regina S.
Tara your dental hygienist is the fantastic, efficient, professional and does a really thorough cleaning and polishing my teeth. I recommend her to all my family and friends!
Joanne C.
Everyone was friendly and was very helpful
Aaron L.
I had an acute tooth issue and was able to be seen same day. Very kind and patient staff. Thanks
Cheryl D.
Very friendly and quick quality attention.
Jennifer L.
I’ve been going to Gentle Dental for several years now. Back in April I took a fall down some concrete steps, leaving some severe trauma to my mouth and me without two front teeth. Dr. Nached and […]
Hillary H.
I think I have a great dental hygienist…Also my wait was short.
Margaret O.
Excellent staff, and the Dentist was the best I have experienced.
Harry G.
Great with children
Alexis G.
It’s always been an extremely friendly environment.
Joseph R.
The dentist was helpful, efficient, and kind.
Zacary H.
The dentist is fantastic and Terri the office manager is so nice,
Mary K.
Great service and staff.
Ct G.
Office Hours
Mon. – 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Tue. – 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Wed. – 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Thu. – 9:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Fri. – 8:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Sat. – Closed
Sun. – Closed
Phone: (610) 572-1248
Fax: (610) 896-5664
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Office Hours
  • Monday 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Tuesday 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Wednesday 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
  • Thursday 9:00 AM - 7:00 PM
  • Friday 8:00 AM - 1:00 PM
  • Saturday Closed
  • Sunday Closed
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