3131 Battleground Avenue
Greensboro, NC 27408

Greensboro Emergency Dentistry Services

Woman holding cold compress to cheekKeeping our patients’ smiles whole and healthy is always our top priority, and skilled Greensboro dentist, David M. Fisher, Jr., DDS, and his dedicated team focus every patient’s treatment plan on prevention. Despite our best efforts in partnership with patients, we can’t always prevent every dental emergency. If you or a loved one need emergency dentistry help, do not hesitate to call our Greensboro dental office. In most cases, we’re able to accommodate treatment for dental emergencies on the same day we’re contacted. If we can’t see you immediately, our team will walk you through caring for your smile over the phone and help you to manage any pain until you can reach our office.

Is My Situation an Emergency?

Man holding jaw in painIf you’re in pain, are bleeding heavily, have serious swelling, or are experiencing other impediments to oral health function, the situation needs to be addressed as soon as possible. We always encourage our patients to contact us as soon as possible following dental damage or accidents. It’s always best that we get to work repairing your smile as soon as possible, so don’t hesitate to give our team a call. Some of the dental emergencies we treat most often include the following:

What Should I Do During an Emergency?

Smiling young girl in dental chairYour first step during a dental emergency is to take a deep breath. Then, pick up the phone and give our team a call. We will walk you through caring for your smile over the phone, but the following are some of the basic first aid and pain management steps you can keep in mind:

How can I Prevent Dental Emergencies?

Older man receiving dental careNot all dental emergencies can be avoided, but there are some habits you can adjust in order to reduce your risk for an emergency, including: