The only thing worse than suddenly getting a toothache is finding out that you have to wait to get treatment for it. Here at Urgent Care Dental, we understand that feeling and frustration. And it’s why we created our practice to be here to help you when most other dental offices are closed. We don’t even open our office until 4pm on weekdays. And we’re here all day Saturday and Sunday. So don’t let that toothache pain get you down. Relief is close at hand.
A toothache means that something is wrong. It is not just a nuisance, and should never be ignored or put off. Without attentive care, the likelihood is that the problem is going to get worse, the pain sharper, and the outlook less rosy. In the best case scenario, your Eastchester dental emergency may only be a simple filling. Perhaps an old filling has come loose or fallen out. It also may be that a new cavity has formed. In all of the above cases, it is the opening in the protective layers of your tooth that had led to your toothache pain. The nerve inside is exposed. Damage to your tooth in the form of a chip, crack, or fracture could also be the source of your Eastchester dental emergency, compromising the barrier that keeps your inner tooth safe from irritation. The two most alarming complications that can result is that your tooth becomes infected. That means root canal therapy, or if the tooth cannot be saved, then an extraction. The good news is that the sooner you get attention for the tooth, the less chance there is of either of those results.
You don’t need to call us. There are no appointments here. Just bring your Eastchester dental emergency right to our office during our normal business hours, and you will be seen on a first come, first served basis.