Emergency Dentistry - Concord, NC

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Urgent Dental Care, Count on Us

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Prompt and Compassionate Emergency Dentistry

Dental emergencies are a common problem impacting people of all ages, although the majority of traumatic dental injuries affect children and teenagers. Whether you suffer tooth trauma or develop a sudden toothache with no obvious explanation, it’s important to get fast relief for your dental emergency. When the injury is limited to your teeth and gums, the best option is to be treated promptly by a dental professional rather than going to the emergency room. Timely and accurate diagnosis and treatment of dental emergencies isn’t always carried out when patients go to hospital emergency departments. At Rogers Clark & Associates, we offer emergency dentistry for many problems, including painful toothaches; knocked out, dislodged, abscessed, cracked or chipped teeth; painful tooth root infections and a condition called dry socket. If you require an emergency dentist near you in Concord, NC, our team is here to promptly relieve your pain and restore your oral health. Call us and we’ll do everything we can to work you into our schedule!

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Common Dental Emergencies

  • Knocked out or dislodged tooth
  • Sudden or chronic severe toothache
  • Infected or abscessed tooth
  • Cracked or broken tooth
  • Chipped tooth
  • Dry socket

Select Emergency Dentistry Treatment

Knocked Out (Avulsed) Tooth
Dislodged (Luxated) Tooth
Severe Toothache
Tooth Abscess
Cracked or Broken Tooth
Chipped Tooth
Dry Socket

Gentle and Affordable Emergency Dental Care

If you experience a dental emergency in Concord, NC, we offer same- or next-day appointments. We’ll accurately diagnose the underlying cause of the problem, relieve your discomfort and always try to save your tooth and fully restore its function. We offer several types of sedation to alleviate dental anxiety and ensure your ultimate comfort. We accept insurance and offer third-party financing to help you pay for unexpected emergencies, because you shouldn’t have to worry about affording unplanned dental care.

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Dental Emergency or Medical Emergency?

PLEASE NOTE: If you experience neck or head pain, are bleeding uncontrollably, feel dizzy or suffered severe trauma, it’s crucial to seek immediate medical attention by calling 911 or getting transported to the nearest medical facility. Medical personnel are best equipped to assist you with these serious symptoms.