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Emergency Dentistry

63rd Street Dental

General Dentist & Cosmetic Dentist located in Upper East Side, New York, NY

Dental emergencies can be stressful and scary, and that’s why it’s so helpful to have a reliable expert team waiting to help when you need them. Dana Kapparova, DDS, Amanda Golub, DDS, and the team at 63rd Street Dental in New York City offer same-day appointments for dental emergencies. The dedicated team is always happy to help with all types of dental emergencies, including knocked-out teeth, cracked teeth, broken teeth, and more. If you have a dental emergency, call the office on the Upper East Side of Manhattan now. Alternatively, you can request a non-emergency visit online.

Emergency Dentistry Q & A

When do I need emergency dentistry?

If tooth pain, swelling, bleeding, or any other type of oral issue causes enough discomfort or pain to prevent your ordinary daily activities, you should reach out to 63rd Street Dental for emergency dental care right away. The dental emergencies that the team treats most often include:

  • Tooth abscesses
  • Chipped, cracked, or broken tooth
  • Knocked-out tooth
  • Severe tooth pain or extreme sensitivity
  • Loose crown, filling, or other restoration

If you’re questioning whether you’ve got an emergency or not, just call the team for guidance. 

How long is the wait for emergency dentistry?

The 63rd Street Dental team offers same-day dentistry to New York City patients with emergencies. If you’re experiencing discomfort or pain, call the office, and the friendly team can arrange an appointment that very day. 

If you have an emergency, but it’s not causing pain or discomfort, the 63rd Street Dental team can usually see you within two business days. 

What can I expect during my emergency dentistry appointment?

When you have a dental emergency, the 63rd Street Dental team has dual focuses: making you comfortable and repairing the underlying problem. First, your expert provider discusses your symptoms with you and performs an oral exam to see the damage. 

In most cases, you’ll have digital X-rays during your emergency dentistry appointment. This type of state-of-the-art imaging reveals the damage that you can’t see with the naked eye, such as damage to your tooth roots. 

Your providers can diagnose the issue, and the extent of the damage, right away. Then, the team recommends possible treatment plans and helps you decide the right option for you. 

63rd Street Dental typically provides immediate care for dental emergencies. Depending on your situation, you may need anesthesia to numb the treatment area before your dental procedure. 63rd Street Dental offers sedation, which can be very helpful when you’re feeling stressed and anxious over a dental emergency.  

When is emergency dentistry available?

63rd Street Dental offers emergency dentistry during all regular office hours. Just call ahead so the team can fit you in if you have an emergency.

Call 63rd Street Dental for the best in NYC emergency dental care, or you can request a non-emergency visit online.