When you or a family member are faced with dental emergencies in Charlotte, you can trust the expert care you’ll receive at Charlotte Dentistry. We’ve faithfully served the area’s emergency needs since 1977. You can count on our team to:
- Stop your dental pain so you can relax
- Treat your immediate dental concern, with help from sedation if needed
- Help prevent long-term damage to your smile
- Provide follow-up care as needed so you can maintain good oral health
We offer same-day appointments, including hours on Saturday. We even have an after-hours emergency pager. Call us now, and we’ll get you in as soon as possible: 704-285-0846. Our office is located at 201 Providence Road – not far from Novant Health Presbyterian Medical Center.
Rest Easy With Our Team of Restorative Experts
When you visit us for a dental emergency, you can feel confident that your smile will be in the best hands possible. Our emergency dentists are trained and experienced in handling a variety of emergencies, and we’ve seen it all over our many years of practice. We’ll assess your situation and advise you on what care is needed, but here are a few services that we often use when a patient comes in with a dental dilemma:
- Tooth Fillings – Our natural-colored fillings will stop your toothache, make chewing easier, and blend in with your other teeth.
- Root Canal Treatment – We can stop your pain and save your tooth with this service.
- Tooth Removal – If removal is necessary, we’ll make sure you’re completely numb before we begin work. We can even remove wisdom teeth.
- Dental Crowns – We can have a crown made to repair your tooth and restore your ability to eat comfortably.
You don’t have to put your pain on hold! Call us now for any Charlotte dental emergencies: 704-285-0846. For a non-emergency need, you can also schedule .
Take These Steps to Keep Your Smile Intact
If you are experiencing pain or need dental emergency care for another reason, follow these directions carefully. Doing so could mean the difference between saving and losing your tooth.
- If you are bleeding excessively or are involved in any other critical situation, go to the nearest emergency room or urgent care facility at once. Don’t wait until your emergency dentist appointment to get help in a life-and-death situation.
- Call our office as soon as possible. We will do our best to see you right away.
- Stabilize the affected tooth. If your tooth has been knocked loose, gently push it back into place. Don’t apply excessive pressure; it may cause more damage or pain.
- Only hold the tooth by the crown (visible part). If your tooth has become detached completely, be careful not to touch the root end of the tooth. We may be able to reinsert the tooth in your mouth, but only if the roots are still intact.
- Follow any instructions given. When you talk to one of our team members, they will likely give you instructions on how to manage your situation until you’re seen in our office.