Emergency Dentistry

Ocala, FL

In moments of dental distress, timely and professional care is paramount. At Dental Team of Ocala, we are dedicated to providing immediate and compassionate emergency dental services to address unexpected dental issues that can’t wait. Whether you’re suffering from a sudden toothache or have experienced dental trauma, our Ocala, FL team is prepared to offer the relief and solutions you need when you need them the most.

Why Choose Dental Team of Ocala For Emergency Dental Care?

At Dental Team of Ocala, we understand that dental emergencies can be stressful and often painful. That’s why our practice is committed to providing quick, effective, and gentle care in a welcoming environment. Our skilled dentists are equipped with the latest technology to diagnose and treat a wide range of dental emergencies with the highest standards of care.

How We Treat Your Dental Emergency

When you contact us with a dental emergency, we prioritize your visit to ensure that you are seen as quickly as possible. Upon arrival, our team will conduct a thorough examination using advanced diagnostic equipment to assess your condition accurately. We focus on alleviating pain and stabilizing your dental health to prevent further complications. Treatment options are clearly discussed, ensuring that you are informed and comfortable with your care plan.

The Most Common Dental Emergencies

Understanding what constitutes a dental emergency can help you decide when to seek immediate care. Here are some of the most common scenarios we handle:


Severe and persistent toothaches are often a sign of deep decay or an infection in the tooth’s pulp. Such conditions may require prompt treatment, like a root canal, to remove infected tissue and alleviate pain.

Chipped Or Cracked Tooth

These injuries can occur from biting down on something hard or an impact to the mouth. Minor chips might need simple smoothing, while significant cracks can compromise the tooth’s structure, requiring more intensive treatments like crowns or composite bonding.

Sensitivity To Hot & Cold

This usually indicates that the tooth’s enamel has worn down, exposing the dentin or root underneath. Treatment might involve applying a desensitizing agent or a protective restoration to reduce sensitivity and protect the tooth.

Knocked-Out Tooth

If a tooth is completely dislodged, time is critical for successful re-implantation. Handle the tooth by the crown (not the root), rinse it without scrubbing, and attempt to reinsert it into the socket. If that’s not possible, keep it moist in milk or saliva and get to our office immediately.

Lost Filling Or Crown

When a filling or crown falls out, the tooth is vulnerable to damage and decay. We can often reattach the original crown or create a new restoration to protect the tooth and restore functionality.

Broken Denture

Dentures that break can impair your ability to speak and eat properly. We can repair or replace broken dentures quickly, ensuring that you don’t have to go long without them.

Loose Tooth

A loose tooth in an adult could be caused by an injury or an infection attacking the supporting bone and tissues. Stabilization and treatment are necessary to save the tooth and prevent further damage.

Gums, Lips, Or Tongue Injury

Lacerations to soft tissues can lead to significant bleeding and may introduce bacteria that can cause infection. Proper cleaning and suturing may be required to promote healing.

Jaw Pain Or Clenching

This can be a symptom of TMJ disorders or may result from excessive stress on the jaw muscles and joints. Treatment options include mouthguards to prevent clenching and physical therapy.

Something Stuck Between Teeth

Objects stuck between teeth can cause pain and gum damage if not removed. Dental tools can safely extract the object without damaging the teeth or gums.

Understanding The Cost Of Dental Emergencies

We strive to make emergency dental care affordable and stress-free. While costs can vary depending on the severity of the emergency and required treatment, we offer transparent pricing and multiple payment options, including insurance and financing plans.

Dental Emergency FAQs

A dental emergency can include any sudden and severe oral injury or condition that requires immediate attention. This can include a knocked-out tooth, severe toothache, or broken filling.

If you are experiencing a dental emergency, it is important to seek treatment as soon as possible. Contact our office immediately and follow the instructions given by our team.

While some dental emergencies cannot be prevented, there are steps you can take to minimize your risk. These include wearing protective gear while participating in sports, avoiding hard foods and candies that could potentially damage your teeth, and maintaining good oral hygiene. 

Choose Dental Team of Ocala For Your Emergency Dental Needs

If you’re experiencing a dental emergency, don’t hesitate. Contact Dental Team of Ocala immediately. Our dedicated team is ready to provide the care you need to get back to your life without pain. Trust us to be your partner in handling dental emergencies with expert care and compassion. Call us today and experience relief.

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