Don’t wait until normal business hours for your dental emergency.
Contact us at (703) 335-1020 for a dental emergency.
We offer same Day Emergency Fixes
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If you’ve damaged a tooth, or lost a crown or filling, you need to see a dentist right away. Contact Manassas Smiles immediately, emergency cases are welcomed without an appointment. Dental pain isn’t something that can—or should—be ignored. If you have suffered a mouth injury or other dental emergency, it’s vital to seek emergency dental care right away. You can call us at (703) 335-1020
Dental emergencies, including toothaches, lost crowns and fillings, severe periodontal disease, and chipped, cracked, or knocked-out teeth, require immediate dental care to address. Same-day dental solutions allow you to leave our dental clinic feeling comfortable and confident that the issue causing you pain has been resolved.
At Manassas Smiles, we offer same-day emergency dental care services that include tooth extraction, tooth fillings, and Cerec dental crowns. We reserve time in our dentist’s busy schedule to ensure that emergency dental visits are available for patients who need same-day dental care. Our dental clinic also offers sedation dentistry options during emergency dental appointments so that all of our patients can feel comfortable and relaxed, even during a dental emergency.
We understand the unexpected happens and tooth injuries can be painful. A fractured tooth can lead to oral problems in the future if not resolved within a timely manner. At Manassas Smiles, you can feel confident that you will be seen by an emergency dentist quickly and receive stress-free same-day dental service to eliminate pain and address the cause of your dental emergency.
Emergency cases can include:
- Chipped Tooth
- Fractured Tooth
- General Tooth Pain
Why You Shouldn’t Ignore Dental Pain
Tooth and mouth pain are sure signs that you need professional dental care. Whether you have experienced a mouth or face injury or have developed a sudden toothache, only your dentist can evaluate your teeth and gums and provide the treatment you need to prevent worsening pain or further problems from developing due to an untreated injury or condition.
When tooth pain develops unexpectedly, it is typically a sign of advanced dental disease. Although conditions such as periodontal disease and cavities don’t cause pain in their early stages, once they have advanced sufficiently, you may begin to feel pain or discomfort that indicate it’s time for prompt professional care.
If you hit your head or mouth and feel pain, it is a sign that you have caused serious damage to your teeth or gums. Seeking dental care is the best way to ensure that this damage does not leave you more susceptible to infections, chronic pain, or even eventual tooth loss.
Dental pain can significantly affect your quality of life. There is no need to be distracted by constant pain that diminishes your comfort and ability to eat the foods you love—your emergency dentist can address the issue immediately for the pain-free lifestyle you deserve.