Emergency Dentistry in Snellville
During office hours, immediate attention will be given to your situation, and you will be seen as soon as possible. After office hours, please give the office a call and follow the instructions provided. Your call will be returned as soon as possible.
If you are experiencing a serious or life threatening emergency, please call 911 or visit the nearest emergency room.
What Is Emergency Dentistry?
We know the panic you feel when faced with a dental emergency, which is why our team is here for you morning and night to offer you advice and help you through your situation. When you call during our regular office hours, we will make arrangements to see you as soon as possible to get you the emergency dental care you need.
Outside of our office hours, please call our main number and follow the instructions provided. One of our dentists will call you back as soon as they’re able to.
In case of a serious or life-threatening emergency, please call 911 for assistance or visit your nearest emergency room for treatment.
Common Examples of Dental Emergencies
Why Choose Oak Road Dentistry
As your hometown dentist, we’re committed to being there for you when you need us most. Even if you need emergency dentistry in Snellville and you’re not a current patient at Oak Road Dentistry, we’re happy to see you at our office and treat your issue.
Frequently Asked Questions About Dental Emergencies
What is a dental emergency?
A dental emergency is any situation in which you are in severe pain or require immediate dental treatment to save a tooth. We will make every effort to schedule a same-day appointment for you in these cases.
Can you go to the ER for a dental emergency?
We recommend going to the ER if you’ve suffered a facial injury in addition to dental trauma or are experiencing uncontrollable bleeding. Once your medical issues are taken care of, you can make an appointment with your dentist.
What helps unbearable tooth pain?
Cold compresses, numbing gels, and over-the-counter pain relievers can help tooth pain temporarily, but the only long-term solution is to get the dental care you need.
Can an emergency room pull a tooth?
No, dental services are not available in emergency rooms. A hospital may be able to give you medication if you have an infection, but they cannot perform a tooth extraction.
Call 770-985-9559 for urgent dental care.