Emergency Dentist – Powdersville, SC
We Can Provide Fast Relief for Your Pain
The last thing you want to do when you’re faced with a dental emergency is wait around, right? That’s what happens when you visit your local emergency room instead of
your emergency dentist in Powdersville. You end up sitting around in the waiting room instead of getting quick treatment for your emergency. At Tylan Creek Family Dentistry, we can provide fast relief for your pain. Our goal is to get your oral health back on track as soon as possible.
Why Choose Tylan Creek Family Dentistry for Emergency Dental Care?
Team That Treats You Like Family
Comprehensive Range of Dental Services
Dental Insurance Accepted, Financing Available
How We Treat Dental Emergencies
Schedule an Emergency Appointment:
When you call us about a dental emergency, our team will walk you through some basic first aid over the phone to deal with your problem until you can reach our office. We will make arrangements to see you as soon as we can.
Perform an Emergency Examination:
What is the root of the problem, and how much damage has it caused? An emergency examination can help us answer these questions. Naturally, we’ll also do whatever we can to reduce the pain you’re currently dealing with.
Review Our Findings:
Once our examination is complete, we’ll give you a summary of the results and explain what treatments are recommended based on your situation. We’ll give you an estimate of the costs associated with the services we suggest.
Give Your Smile the Care It Needs:
Your emergency treatment plan could include root canal therapy, dental crowns, and/or any other services intended to restore the health of your smile and prevent further harm.
The Most Common Dental Emergencies
“Dental emergency” can refer to many different kinds of oral health issues, and it’s difficult to give a definition that perfectly describes all of them. As such, you should keep our number close at hand so that you can call us immediately if you have any concerns about your oral health. Below are some common dental emergencies that everyone should be aware of.
Understanding the Cost of Dental Emergencies
Because there are so many types of dental emergencies, there isn’t actually one fixed price for emergency care. When a patient comes to see us with a pressing dental concern, our number one goal is to get them out of pain fast before fixing any damage to their smile. We accept many different insurance plans and even offer an in-house financing plan as well as third-party funding through CareCredit.
Keys to Preventing Dental Emergencies
You can’t always stop a dental emergency from happening, but here are some tips to lower their likelihood of occurring:
Since many dental emergencies arise from small issues going unattended for a long time, you should brush and floss every day. Be sure to also see us regularly for
checkups and cleanings.
Wear a mouthguard when you play sports, regardless of whether it’s a contact sport.
Don’t chew on hard items like pencils, fingernails, ice, etc.
Use scissors to open packages instead of your teeth.