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Reliable Emergency Dentist in Chandler, AZ, Immediately

Dental emergencies are usually inconvenient and stressful. Struggling to get a same-day appointment with a dentist in Chandler can make the experience even more awful. Fortunately, Team EmergencyDental is here to help you avoid the stress and anxiety associated with receiving emergency dental care.Call us at our 24/7 emergency dental hotline 888-461-7274, and we will direct you to an emergency dentist right away.

A Comprehensive List of 24/7 Dentists in Chandler, AZ

Team Emergency Dental has taken the time to research all licensed and experienced dental practitioners in Chandler. We have compiled our findings into a complete emergency dental listing. 

Our listing features walk-in dental offices, after-hour dentists, weekend dentists, and emergency dentists. These dentists can address dental concerns arising from toothaches, infections, cavities, loose dentures, or faulty crown filling.

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What We Consider Before Adding a Dentist to Our Listing

Extensive Experience

The dental treatment experience is one of the key things we consider before bringing a dentist on board. We understand a dental practitioner’s capability to offer quality and efficient care. An experienced eye will know what to do and what mistakes to avoid to keep complications away. 

Our dentists have expertise in virtually all dental health sub-specialties. These include family dentistry, pediatric dentistry, sedation dentistry, emergency dentistry, root canals, orthodontics, and tooth extraction. We can link you with the right dentist for your oral care treatment needs as soon as possible. 

Membership in Professional Dental Associations

Dentists who are members of professional dental associations have the required academic credentials and licenses. They also engage in genuine business practices. All practitioners in our listing are members of the American Dental Association. Those in Chandler are also members of the Arizona Dental Association (AZDA). 

Commitment to Continuing Education

The dentistry field is constantly evolving. New diagnostic technologies and treatment options emerge almost every day. Practitioners in this field must pursue ongoing education to keep up with the changes. 

We ensure all dental professionals in our listing meet the ongoing education requirement. You are guaranteed to receive high-quality care from the dentist we connect you with. 

Waiting Room Reputation

Does the dental clinic keep appointments? How long do patients wait to receive treatment? We usually ask ourselves these questions when considering whether to add a dental practice to our listing. This due diligence allows us to identify dental offices with an excellent waiting room reputation. 

We enable you to find an experienced emergency dentist who will prioritize your needs and respect your time. Call our office at 888-461-7274 if you want an appointment with an emergency dental care specialist right away. 

5 Common Types of Dental Emergencies And How to Deal With Them

There are many dental emergencies, from minor toothaches to chipped or broken tooth, from loose orthodontics to lost crown or filling, and from mouth sores/ulcers to life-threatening jaw fractures. Here’s how to treat five of these issues: 

  1. Toothaches

The most common of all dental problems, tooth pain, can be triggered by any of the following: decay, infection, biting onto something hard, a small substance lodged in your gums, etc. 

This pain can be eased by rinsing the mouth with warm water or by taking an over-the-counter medication like aspirin or ibuprofen. 

If you still experience discomfort, call your dentist (or let us know so we can direct you to one). They’ll be able to relieve the pain quickly and diagnose any underlying issues. 

  1. Bleeding gums

This issue again has numerous causes, from a simple Vitamin C or K deficiency to Gingivitis (inflammation in the gums) or Periodontitis (a severe illness that damages the soft tissues and bones that primarily support your teeth). 

So, it’s best to maintain a good and consistent dental health routine (mentioned below). If you do experience bleeding and/or swollen gums, rinsing your mouth with salt water debilitates the swelling and bleeding. 

Use a modern toothbrush with soft bristles, and add more Vitamin C (oranges, lemons, broccoli, tomatoes) and K (green leafy vegetables, soybeans) to your diet. If the issue still persists, don’t hesitate to contact us. 

  1. Mouth Sores/Ulcers

Biting on the soft tissues, eating excess acidic or sweet food, infections caused by bacteria, and tobacco use are the prominent causes of this dental issue. Mouth sores can cause great discomfort if not treated correctly and at the right time. 

Try to minimize your intake of acidic and sweet food, or use an antiseptic mouthwash after every meal to prevent this issue. Avoid tobacco; it’s harmful to your cardiothoracic system as well. Take pain medication if you’re facing a painful ulcer. 

  1. Knocked-out tooth

This requires instant medical attention. What you decide to do in the first hour plays a pivotal role in saving your smile. So, before going to the dental appointment, try the following procedure to save your knocked-out tooth:

Holding it by the crown, cleanse your tooth with water to remove any possible remaining dirt. Then, with the utmost care, try to place the tooth back in the socket. Do not do this if the knocked-out tooth is a baby tooth. 

If this fails, don’t worry. Preserving your broken tooth in a small container of milk, salt water, or even your saliva will help. The dentist can then use this to place it back. Make sure to apply a cold compress over your mouth where the tooth is knocked out. 

  1. Oral Cancer

If you’re experiencing a mouth sore that don’t heal, difficulty in swallowing, mouth pain, or you find a lump or a whitish/red patch, you may have oral cancer. 

About 50,000+ cases of oral cancer are reported every year in the United States, which is low compared to that of diabetes (1.4 million – obtained from the American Diabetes Association) and skin cancer (5.4 million – obtained from the American Cancer Society). But it’s best to take the right precautions and seek treatment right away. 

Make sure to have your dental insurance with you during the appointments. If you’re diagnosed with oral cancer, then this insurance will come in handy. It can help reduce the cost of chemotherapy/ surgery. 

The list is not comprehensive. Contact us if you face a dental issue; it’s best to get it treated ASAP.

Tips for Preventing Dental Problems

You can avoid most emergency situations by being proactive about your dental health problems and taking preventative measures. Implement the following tips to lower your chances of getting suffer from a dental emergency:

Routine Dental Care

Regular dental care is a surefire way of avoiding unnecessary dental concerns. Ensure your mouth is always clean by brushing and flossing daily. Dentists recommend a 2-minute brushing session daily and a change of toothbrush every three months. 

Visiting your dentist regularly for professional cleanings and comprehensive dental exams can boost your dental health and prevent dental problems. Professional cleanings eliminate stubborn plaque and tartar on your teeth. You will be less likely to experience decay-related dental emergencies if you get these cleanings regularly. 

Put on a Mouth Guard

Some sports, such as football, basketball, and boxing, carry a higher risk of facial trauma. Ensure you (or your kid) wear a mouthguard when playing such sports. You should also wear a night guard if you have a teeth-grinding problem. 

Avoid Parafunction

The purpose of your teeth is to bite or chew food. Anything outside that scope is known as parafunction. Grinding your teeth, holding or opening things with your teeth, biting your nails, or chewing non-food items are some examples of parafunctional habits. These parafunctional habits can result in loose, cracked, or chipped teeth. They can also weaken your jaw joint. 

Here’s what to do to stop parafunction:

  • Cutting back on starch & sugary foods and drinks 
  • Chewing mindfully 
  • Avoiding clenching of teeth

Call Us If You Need Immediate Services

A dental emergency might still arise even if you take all these preventative measures. You can count on Team EmergencyDental when it comes to finding emergency dental care services. Call our Chandler office at our 24×7 toll-free number, 480-210-8858, and we will schedule an appointment with an excellent dental services provider right away.

Team Emergency Dental

3377 S Price Rd, #415 Chandler, AZ 85248

Area/Zip Code We Cover

85044, 85048, 85224, 85225, 85226, 85233, 85248, 85249, 85284, 85286, 85297