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Emergency Dentist – Greenwood, SC

Stop Your Discomfort and Protect Your Smile

Man sitting on couch with tooth pain; dental emergency in Greenwood, SCTwo different types of dental emergencies can appear, according to the dentists at Tylan Creek Family Dentistry. This includes long-term problems related to decay or infections (which usually trigger a toothache) and physical trauma, which often occur as a result of playing contact sports without proper protection. Regardless of the cause, we can help you get out of pain and put you on the right path toward treatment. All you need to do is call our office and we’ll get you scheduled for an appointment!

Why Choose Tylan Creek Family Dentistry for Emergency Dentistry?

How We Treat Dental Emergencies

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A dental emergency should never be ignored; your first step should always be to call our office. Here is how we will handle the situation:

The Most Common Dental Emergencies

How much do you know about the various kinds of dental emergencies? Different oral health issues call for different types of treatment, and the advice we give you for taking care of your smile before your appointment might vary based on your symptoms. Check below to learn more about some of the emergencies that our team can help with.

Understanding the Cost of Dental Emergencies

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Depending on the situation, the cost of your dental emergency in Greenwood can vary. While minor issues like toothaches caused by decay may only need a dental filling, more serious concerns (such as a severe physical injury) might call for a series of extractions and restorations to rebuild your smile. We’ll make sure to get you out of discomfort as soon as possible and go over your treatment options in great detail. From there, we can better estimate the cost of your treatment and determine your financial options.

Keys to Preventing Dental Emergencies

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While dental emergencies are often out of your control, there are ways to reduce your overall risk. Consider the following tips below and you’ll be far less likely to experience one: