Dental Emergencies in Dallas
Fast and effective emergency care
In response to the ever-evolving news surrounding COVID-19 we are still here for you for emergency appointments. Call our office immediately if you are experiencing pain or have an injury or concern which needs immediate attention.
Examples of emergency situations include:
- A toothache
- An abscess
- A tooth injury such as a fracture, a broken tooth or a tooth loosened from an impact
- Any pain or discomfort around a dental implant
- Excessive bleeding from the gums
- Any infection in the gums
Competent pain relief
Dr. Ovadia or Dr. Tanur will see you as soon as you can be fit into the schedule. They will take the appropriate actions to relieve the pain and take care of your most immediate concern. Following initial emergency treatment the doctor can, if needed, prescribe any medications for further relief.
Same day treatment for emergencies
If you call during business hours, we will make every attempt to see you the same day for your emergency treatment. We have an online patient information form that you can fill out before coming into the office to make your visit more efficient. However, if you are too pressed for time you can just come in and we will help you fill out the patient forms quickly so you can be seen as soon as possible.
You may call our office after hours and give notice of your emergency on our voice service. The voice service will give you instructions for leaving the message and what information to provide. Someone will get back to you as soon as possible to schedule you into our office.
Our disinfection procedures during coronavirus season
Your health and safety are our highest priority. Please know that we follow strict sterilization and disinfection protocols as recommended by the Centers for Disease Control, OSHA and the American Dental Association. These protocols ensure the protection of both our patients and our staff and are effective at preventing the spread of COVID-19 coronavirus, and other much more serious communicable diseases. We are also taking additional measures above and beyond those recommended by the ADA and OSHA to ensure your safety.