Take advantage of our free after-hours dental consultations. At Abundant Dental Care, we understand that your teeth can’t tell time and dental issues can occur at any time. Luckily, our team of dental professionals in Utah is always available to handle any issue that might arise so don’t hesitate to call! We believe that your needs always come first and we are dedicated to ensuring you remain healthy and pain-free whether these problems happen during conventional office hours or after.
We feel so strongly about this commitment to you that we offer free after-hours consultations at our Utah dental offices. We’ve compiled some of the most common dental treatments we perform after hours below. Don’t wait until the next business day to feel relief, call 801-335-5295 now to get in touch with an after-hours dentist near you in Utah.
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After-Hours Dental Treatments Include
Pain and infection relief
Pain in and around teeth is very common and can be caused by a variety of factors. Please call us right away so we can help to determine the best and fastest way to alleviate your pain.
Chipped and broken teeth
If a tooth is broken or chipped, save as many pieces as you can and come in to see us immediately. Be aware your tooth may be extremely sensitive to hot and cold.
Tooth extraction may be necessary due to decay, trauma, or other diseases. If this is the case, call us immediately so we can determine the proper course of action.
Abscess tooth treatment
An abscess tooth is a painful infection at the root of the tooth, most commonly caused by extreme tooth decay. To eliminate the infection, the abscess must be drained by root canal.
Replacement of fillings
Losing a filling is a fairly common occurrence. If your filling has fallen out, call us immediately so a tooth examination can be performed to determine the best course of action.
If the root of a tooth gets infected, a root canal will need to be performed. If you are experiencing extreme pain that interferes with your everyday life, call us immediately to get it checked out.
Injuries to the mouth & teeth
If your tooth has been knocked out or lost, place the tooth in a cool glass of milk. Attempt to get to a dentist within an hour. Call us as soon as possible to get the tooth put back in place. Don’t touch the tooth by its roots.
Denture repairs & replacement
Depending on the damage done to the dentures determines the treatment options. The dentist will need to examine the dentures to decide if it can be repaired or if new impressions and a new device will be required.
Oral sedation dentistry is a form of conscious sedation that alleviates anxiety and pain during dental procedures. You will be given an oral sedative that will assist you with any dental anxiety from prior dental trauma or simply a general fear of going to the dentist.
Can I get an appointment right now?
Yes! If you’re experiencing an after-hours emergency, call 801-335-5295 to talk to a dentist in Utah. Your dentist will diagnose your emergency needs over the phone and come in at any hour if you need immediate treatment. If the treatment can wait they’ll schedule a time for you to come in as soon as possible during our regular hours, 7am-7pm Weekdays and 8am-2pm on Saturday. If you do not want to talk to a dentist then you can request an appointment online and our front desk will call you back to schedule your appointment.
How will my insurance work in an after-hours dental emergency?
Abundant Dental Care believes in making dental care as accessible to our patients as possible. Depending on your insurance coverage, your after-hours visit may be covered. If you don’t have insurance, we’re happy to work with you to find out a payment plan that works for your situation. We proudly accept major credit cards as well as CareCredit which is a designated credit card for health, dental, and wellness expenses.
Difference between 911 emergency vs. After-hours emergency
It’s important to know the difference between an emergency that requires assistance from 911 or simply an after-hours visit with us. If you have suffered major trauma, lost consciousness, or are experiencing uncontrollable bleeding, you should call 911. If it is a more minor issue including chipped tooth, filling that has fallen out, or need a tooth extracted then you should call us. If you are in an emergency situation, remember to remain calm. We are available around the clock to assist you with any dental-related emergencies so don’t hesitate to call.