Newport Beach Urgent Dental Care
Emergency Dentists You Can Trust
Who plans for dental emergencies? Like all other emergencies they occur without warning and demand immediate attention. At Newport Beach Dental, we know that dental emergencies happen… so we plan for them, so you don’t have to! Each day we intentionally leave available openings in the schedule so that we can accommodate patients with emergency dental issues that need to be seen right away. Whether you’ve broken a crown, cracked a tooth or suddenly become afflicted with severe tooth or gum pain, our team of caring, compassionate dental professionals will work to get you out of pain as soon as possible. We are quick to relieve you of any pain you may be experiencing. We are skilled at performing emergency procedures and can quickly get to the source of the problem. If you are in pain, please do not hesitate to call us at (949) 642-2300. We can help now!
I came to Newport Beach Dental for an Emergency and Never Left
“When I woke up one Monday morning with a swollen jaw and a toothache so bad I could not imagine going to work, I called my dentist’s office and was told they could squeeze me in on Thursday morning. ‘You’ve got to be joking!’ was my thought. So I got online and searched for an emergency dentist in Newport Beach . I hit the jackpot with Dr. Alder. I was in the office within 2 hours, out of pain within 2 hours and 5 minutes, and on my way home in 3 hours. Went to work later that day too! I plan to be a patient for life at Newport Beach Dental”
Newport Beach , CA
Don’t Wait! This Emergency Dentist in Newport Beach Can Help…
‘Waiting it out’ is not a good idea when it comes to gum and tooth pain. Because they are usually symptoms of a larger problem, like gum disease or advanced/severe tooth decay, they will generally not go away on their own. In fact, the longer you wait, the more serious the issue can become. You can expect to be seen by Dr. Alder in a timely manner when you call our Newport Beach office for an emergency dental issue. Dr. Alder and our excellent staff are skilled at resolving dental emergencies quickly and effectively. There is no need to suffer. Contact us using our online form or call us at (949) 642-2300 so we can get you out of pain asap.
Do You Need an Emergency Root Canal?
Forget everything you may have heard or imagined about root canals. If you are experiencing severe tooth pain or extreme sensitivity to hot and cold beverages, an emergency root canal can be your best friend. Our competent and caring team make sure that you feel safe, comfortable and at ease during the procedure. By the time you have an infected nerve inside your tooth, the only way to relieve the pain is to completely remove the nerve. With an emergency root canal we remove the infected tissue, cleanse the area and then seal up the cavity to prevent any reinfection. We can save most teeth with a root canal, however, if the tooth is too badly damaged we may need to consider an extraction.
When You Need An Emergency Tooth Extraction, We Are Here
At Newport Beach Dental, we hope you never ever lose your teeth. Our thorough preventative and restorative care is designed to usher our patients well into old age with their natural teeth in full working order. However, even with vigilant at-home oral care and regular in-office professional cleanings, sometimes tooth decay just happens. But you can rest assured, when you choose Newport Beach Dental as your emergency dentist in Newport Beach , that we consider extraction to be the very last option. Unless it is your express desire to have an extraction, we will make every effort to save your tooth. If the tooth is unsalvageable and an extraction is necessary, we will walk you through all your options for replacing the tooth and restoring your smile and bite.
We Restore Chipped or Broken Teeth
When a tooth is broken or chipped in an accident, you can feel intense pain and heightened sensitivity to temperature if the nerve is exposed. As an emergency dentist in Newport Beach equally skilled in restorative and cosmetic dentistry, Dr. Alder can help. He will use a composite material to seal off the nerve and protect it. This composite will be layered and polished to restore the tooth’s natural look. If the chip or crack is large, Dr. Alder may consider a crown to restore proper strength and protection to the remaining tooth.