Emergency Dentist in Kennesaw, GA
Right here, right now.
We Fix Toothaches, Broken Teeth & More
Accidents happen. What matters is how you react. Whether you’re dealing with a broken or chipped tooth, dental pain, or something else, seek care right away.
We offer comprehensive emergency dental services for situations just like this. Give us a call at (770) 424-1705 and tell us what’s bothering you. We’ll offer advice for relieving pain and schedule you for an appointment ASAP.
Our goal is to get you feeling back to your normal self as quickly as we can.
We Help With Every Dental Emergency…
- You have a toothache
- It hurts to chew, brush, or speak
- A tooth is loose, broken, or just feels “weird”
- You’ve broken or lost a crown or filling
- Your gums are bleeding or swollen
Truth of the Matter:
A Dental Emergency Won’t Fix Itself
There’s no need to “grin and bear it.” The longer you wait, the more damage (and discomfort) you risk. Let’s take care of what’s bothering you (and avoid a bigger issue) right away.
Suffering a Dental Emergency?
The folks that work at this practice are super friendly, compassionate, and helpful. I had bad toothaches on 2 occasions and they got me into the office within hours.
Why Choose Us?
Our office prioritizes your happiness and health. When you’re in pain or worried about a dental issue, our team is ready to step in and turn things around.
Drs. Hildreth and Logue offer years of experience and a comprehensive set of services to meet your needs. Whatever’s troubling you, we can help find the right solution, including:
Coffee, bottled water, blankets, pillows — we’ve thought of all the little details to help you relax during an emergency.
Our office is equipped with modern dental technology to handle emergency dental situations and ensure superior results.
We exceed all CDC and OSHA guidelines with medical-grade air purifiers, disposable gowns, N95 masks, and more.
We can help
What is considered a dental emergency?
The definition of a true dental emergency can vary from dentist to dentist, but we define it as any dental situation that requires immediate treatment to save a tooth, alleviate pain, treat an infection, or stop uncontrolled bleeding in the mouth. Then again, if you just chipped a tooth and your wedding is this weekend, that can be an emergency, too! We’re here to help when you need us the most.
How do I stop my gums from bleeding?
It’s possible that bleeding gums are a one-time result of flossing or brushing too vigorously. However, chronically bleeding gums can signal that something bigger is going on. If your gums won’t stop bleeding, schedule an appointment right away. In the meantime, try holding a small ice pack against your gums or using a warm salt water rinse.
What should I do if I knock out a tooth?
If you lost consciousness or are suffering from any other serious injuries, visit the emergency room and get treated for those first. After that, if your tooth is still in one piece, pick it up by the crown (don’t touch the root) and rinse it off under running water. Gently place it back into the socket and call us right away to let us know what happened. The sooner you seek treatment, the better your chances of saving your tooth!
Are dental emergencies covered under insurance?
It depends on the dental insurance plan you have. Some plans will cover the cost of the emergency but charge a deductible or co-pay. Others will pay until a certain point and you’ll pay the rest out of pocket. Our team is happy to help you understand your coverage. We also offer a VIP savings plan that we’d love to tell you about! Contact us to learn more.
I’ve been a patient for 12yrs. I’ve always been taking care. The staff has always been wonderful. I look forward to being a patient for the next 12yrs.