Advanced Dental Care of Clearwater
3690 East Bay Drive, Suite K, Largo, FL 33771

Emergency Dentists in Clearwater

We accept same-day emergency appointments. Call us today at (727) 286-3945.

Medical Emergencies

If you are experiencing a MEDICAL emergency,
please dial 911

Dental Emergencies

If you are experiencing a DENTAL emergency during regular business hours:
call (727) 286-3945

A horrible toothache or an unbearable feeling of pressure inside your mouth is as alarming as it is uncomfortable. It leaves you asking the desperate question, “How and where can I get emergency dental care near me?” When a painful dental emergency ruins your day, obtaining emergency dental care is a priority for both relieving symptoms and preventing long-term damage to your teeth.

Locating Skilled Emergency Dentists

Fortunately, you don’t need to suffer or risk complications by waiting for the problem to go away. Our experienced emergency dentists in Clearwater can often see you within the same day. Simply call our emergency dental office during our regular office hours to schedule an appointment for professional, prompt emergency dental care. We’ll diagnose your condition, stop your pain and determine if you’ll need further treatment to solve the problem permanently.

What Is an Emergency Dental Service?

Emergency dental services are procedures and treatments that are needed when symptoms arise suddenly or there is a need to repair structural damage or manage a condition that might cause further damage if treatment is delayed. Our dentists provide urgent dental care during business hours. Here are a few of the emergency dental services we offer:

  • Diagnosis and treatment of toothache, oral pain or pressure related to decay or injury
  • Treatment of serious dental infections
  • Tooth extractions and repairs for cracks, chips and fractures
  • Restorations for lost fillings and crowns, or treatment of loose fillings
  • Treatment of orthodontic pain and injury from wires or broken brackets
  • Assessment and treatment of pain, swelling and pressure related to wisdom teeth

When Is It Time to Get Emergency Dental Treatment?

For what conditions should I obtain emergency dental care near me?

Emergency dental care is needed if you are experiencing any of the following symptoms and common conditions.

Broken, Cracked or Fractured Teeth

Treating a broken, cracked or fractured tooth promptly ensures that more serious structural damage doesn’t occur. Delaying treatment can lead to infection and costlier repairs. If your broken tooth has uneven, jagged edges, cover them with dental wax to prevent cuts, and call us to schedule an emergency appointment.

Dislodged or Knocked-Out Teeth

A knocked-out tooth is a frightening ordeal, but emergency dentists may be able to re-implant the tooth if you obtain treatment quickly. If your tooth is completely dislodged from your mouth, locate all of its pieces, and rinse them under warm water. If possible, place the tooth back in its socket or between your gums and cheek, and then call our office for additional instructions.

Toothache Pain or Uncomfortable Pressure

Many different conditions can cause tooth pain. A severe or persistent toothache should never be ignored. If you are also experiencing fever, earache, pressure or other symptoms, obtain urgent dental care as soon as you can.

Sensitive Teeth

Minor sensitivity is no cause for alarm, but certain serious conditions such as infections, fractures or advanced decay can lead to severe sensitivity to heat and cold. If you experience sudden or severe sensitivity, it warrants immediate investigation.

Tooth Decay or Cavities

Dental decay eventually causes extensive cavities to form in vulnerable teeth; once the root is exposed, a severe toothache often develops. Our local emergency dentists can help relieve your tooth pain and determine how to replace or repair the affected tooth.

Abscessed Tooth

An abscessed tooth is always an emergency. An abscess is a deep infection that can form near the root of a tooth. It may appear as an open sore or drainage on or near your gums. Swelling, severe pain, sensitivity, unusual mouth odor and even fever and swollen glands may occur. If left untreated, an abscessed tooth can have serious consequences. Contact our emergency dental office immediately if you develop symptoms of a dental abscess.

Lost or Loose Fillings

Whether a filling is loose or lost, it can cause toothache and sensitivity, and leave your tooth’s structure at risk. Call us to obtain treatment and prevent further damage and decay.

Broken Crown or Lost Restoration

A lost or broken crown or restoration is more than a cosmetic issue. It leaves the affected teeth at increased risk of decay and fracture. Experienced emergency dentists can provide a short- or long-term restoration to restore your smile and protect your teeth.

Injury or Pain from Orthodontic Appliances

Although braces perfect your smile, they can also cause sudden pain or injury when wires become displaced or brackets break. When you have unexpected trouble with your orthodontic devices, we can relieve your discomfort and stabilize your braces to prevent further problems.

Enamel Damage from Teeth Grinding

Nighttime teeth grinding, also called bruxism, can do serious damage to your tooth enamel. If you notice a sudden increase in symptoms or visible enamel damage, our dentists can reinforce your enamel and provide treatment and advice to get your grinding under control.

Sinus Pressure

Sinus pressure can be extremely uncomfortable. Because there is a complex relationship between your teeth and sinus cavities, symptoms may overlap. To determine if your sinus pressure is being caused by a dental problem such as infection or impacted teeth, call us to schedule an emergency evaluation.

How to Handle a Serious or Potentially Dangerous Condition

I am experiencing alarming symptoms that may be serious. Should I contact an emergency dental office near me or go to the hospital?

In some situations, emergency dentists in Clearwater are unable to provide the level of care needed for a serious injury or medical emergency. If you experience uncontrollable bleeding, severe facial swelling or an injury to your face, jaw, or head, contact your physician or oral surgeon, visit the nearest emergency room, or call 911.

How Expensive Are Dental Emergency Visits?

Every emergency is different, so the cost of care varies widely. Total charges depend on the types of treatment and services needed. Our emergency dentists accept most dental insurance plans as well as major credit cards, and we also offer several financing options. If you must obtain emergency dental care without insurance, you may benefit from our DentRite® discount plan. Members enjoy up to 70 percent in savings on exams and cleanings and 20-percent discounts on fillings and other major dental procedures. Contact us for details.

If my emergency occurs at night or on a weekend, should I wait until an emergency dental office near me is open?

The urgency of getting treatment depends on the severity of your symptoms and the type of injury or problem you have. If you’re experiencing severe pain or suspect that you may have a potentially dangerous condition, don’t wait for access to emergency dentists. Proceed to a hospital emergency room or dial 911 for immediate assistance. However, if your symptoms develop during normal business hours, call us to connect with our emergency dentists in Clearwater.

Read What Our Patients Say
Patient Reviews
Pleasant Experience
Karen D.
They always get me right in, no waiting. Staff very courteous and private with your dental needs. Have always had a small fear of dentist because of a bad experience, but everyone there makes you […]
Danny Y.
Very helpful and focused what i came in for without trying to add any other problems to it
Tina S.
Cleanings, cavities, and wisdom teeth extraction, oh my! I’ve been going to this location for years and had inspections, cleanings, cavities filled, 1 crown and 1 wisdom tooth extraction. I’m […]
Ah B.
The staff is always very friendly and helpful, and work I’ve had done has been excellent. Thank you!
Lyamber W.
Excellent patient relations. Quality care. Great staff.
Kimberly R.
Everyone is so nice and makes you feel comfortable.
Debra S.
Dr. Koshy was my dentist in West Bradenton until she transferred to another office in Clearwater. I’ve tried other dentists since she left but they were nothing compared to her. Dentists that told […]
Katrina C.
The staff seems to listen to me when I tell them I have a big fear going to the dentist. Very friendly people, best I’ve seen in Florida. Keep up the good work.
Lori H.
I have to admit that going to the dentist is just a bit better than taking a beating…Today’s experience was wonderful…I was greeted by name at the front desk…taken to the exam room in a […]
Jim D.
Friendly staff, prompt service non beating around the bush pricing
John F.
The staff here are very friendly! Easy to make an appointment and they don’t make you wait when you get there! 5 stars!
Wayne C.
I feel like I am listened to as a patient and the care that I receive is top notch.
Scott C.
Happy welcoming staff. From the office staff to the professional staff.
Ramona T.
The doctor was great! She talked to me the whole time she was pulling my tooth to let me know what was happening so I didn’t freak out.
Joy P.
Dentist is confident, caring and professional, above all the procedure was perfect, excellent detail in her work. Thank you.
Sami S.
Makes me feel comfortable and everyone is very eager to help. I️ love the friendly atmosphere
Carol S.
Awesome place for dental care! Friendly, careing and very down to earth. Great staff.. they greet you with a nice smile and remember their patients, so they’re ready to check you in. No wait time […]
Patsy R.
Staff is very friendly and knowledgeable.
Dana S.
Very professional staff. I was made to feel like a person not just a number.
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Office Hours
Mon. – 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Tue. – 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Wed. – 8:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Thu. – 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Fri. – 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Sat. – Closed
Sun. – Closed
Phone: (727) 286-3945
Fax: (727) 530-9729
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Office Hours
  • Monday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Tuesday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Wednesday 8:00 AM - 7:00 PM
  • Thursday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Friday 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
  • Saturday Closed
  • Sunday Closed
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