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Dental One Associates of Manassas
7800 Sudley Road, Suite 7810, Manassas, VA 20109

We accept same-day emergency appointments. Call us today at (571) 535-2365.

The typical dental emergency doesn’t happen when you’re sitting at home with nothing to do. Your toothache or broken crown will likely rear its head right before an important business meeting or social event. For that reason, knowing how to obtain emergency dental care is so important. Also, neglecting to treat some dental problems can have detrimental effects on your long-term health.

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How do I find emergency dental care near me?

When you need emergency dental care, our emergency dentists in Manassas are here to help. The providers at our emergency dental office treat patients throughout our normal business hours. Simply call us to schedule an appointment, and we’ll see you as soon as possible. In many cases, we can offer a same-day consultation. Our dentists will find out what’s wrong, eliminate your pain, and treat the condition so that it doesn’t put you on the sidelines again.

We provide dental emergencies with treatment within 24 to 48 hours.

Why Emergency Dental Services Are Important

Access to emergency dental services allows you to obtain professional diagnosis and treatment for your dental problem quickly allowing you to get back to your normal routine as soon as possible. Urgent dental care also ensures that minor dental problems don’t turn into bigger ones. Here are a few of the services that our dentists offer to our emergency patients:

  • Emergency tooth extraction
  • Treatment of pain and swelling caused by impacted molars
  • Repair of chips and cracks in teeth
  • Replacement of lost fillings and crowns
  • Treatment of pain and injury related to orthodontic devices
  • Treatment for dental abscesses and other infections
  • Toothache diagnosis and treatment

Is It Time to Get Emergency Dental Treatment?

I’m not sure what’s wrong with my teeth. How will I know when it’s time to look for emergency dental care near me?

If pain or dysfunction is affecting your daily life and making you suffer, you need emergency dental care. Here are a few of the most common conditions that we treat on an emergency basis.

Tooth Breaks and Fractures

Treating broken and fractured teeth in a timely manner prevents additional damage and infection. When possible, call us to schedule an emergency repair as soon as your tooth is injured.

Knocked-Out Teeth

Our emergency dentists may be able to save your knocked-out tooth if you can reach us within an hour of the accident. Never touch the tooth root. Rinse the tooth with water, and insert it back into its socket if you can, or store it in your mouth to keep it moist. Call us immediately for additional advice.

Severe Toothaches

The pain of a severe toothache is virtually impossible to ignore, and it could have a serious underlying cause. Contact our office as soon as the pain starts.

Tooth Sensitivity

Tooth sensitivity can have a benign cause, but if it suddenly appears without warning or becomes worse without explanation, there may be a tooth fracture or other problem causing it. Schedule urgent dental care if your sensitivity seems unusual or extreme.

Cavities and Dental Decay

Dental decay progresses slowly until cavities expose sensitive nerves and roots, causing pain. Our emergency dentists will evaluate your tooth decay and discuss your treatment options.

Abscessed Tooth

An abscessed tooth is caused by a bacterial infection that often starts between teeth or at the root of a tooth. Symptoms of an abscess include intractable tooth pain and pressure, fever, bad breath, gland swelling, open and draining gum sores, and significant facial or jaw swelling. Because the infection can easily spread and lead to serious complications, it’s important to contact our emergency dental office to schedule treatment as soon as possible.

Lost or Loose Fillings

When your filling falls into your plate during lunch or starts to wiggle in your mouth, your tooth is in danger. Without its protective filling, the tooth’s structural stability is weakened. Call us for emergency replacement of your fillings as soon as the problem is obvious.

Broken Crowns or Lost Restorations

Broken crowns and lost restorations affect more than just your smile. The affected teeth are vulnerable to further damage and decay. Our emergency dentists can create temporary or permanent replacements.

Orthodontic Pain or Injuries

Braces do a great job of straightening your teeth, but when their metal brackets and wires become damaged or move out of place, mouth irritation, pain, and injury to soft tissues can occur. Our dentist can ease the symptoms caused by your orthodontic devices and make adjustments to prevent new injuries.

Tooth Enamel Damaged by Teeth Grinding

Teeth grinding is a common and destructive behavior that may occur while you sleep. If you notice excess wear or obvious damage to your chewing surfaces, contact us to schedule an evaluation. We can help by reinforcing your tooth enamel and creating a fitted night guard to minimize the risk of further damage.

Sinus Pressure

Sinus pressure is usually related to an upper respiratory problem, but when it seems to have no obvious cause, your dental health should be evaluated for possible infections or tooth impactions that could explain your symptoms.

My serious dental symptoms coincide with a potentially dangerous injury. Should I still go to an emergency dental office near me?

Some situations call for medical treatments that emergency dentists in Manassas cannot provide. If you are suffering from a condition that could threaten your general health, seek care at an emergency room or dial 911 before addressing your dental problems. Serious symptoms that may overlap with dental emergencies include severe facial swelling, uncontrollable bleeding, or a forceful blow to your jaw, head, or face.

Dental Emergency Visit Costs and Payments

The cost of emergency dental care treatment is different for each patient; there is no way to accurately estimate your total cost without the details of your condition and treatment options. However, our emergency dentists can provide more information about costs during your appointment. We accept most dental plans and credit card payments, and we offer financing options to help you manage your budget. If you don’t have dental insurance coverage, our DentRite® discount plan can reduce the cost of your bill and provide great savings on a number of important dental services. Contact us for more information.

The emergency dental office near me is closed for the weekend. Should I postpone treatment?

If a severe dental problem or injury occurs when our emergency dentists are not available, don’t risk permanent harm to your dental health by postponing treatment. Your local hospital emergency room or after-hours medical clinic can provide treatment and pain relief. When business hours resume, our emergency dentists in Manassas will be available to investigate any new problems or recurring symptoms.

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  • Friday 8:00 AM – 2:00 PM


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7800 Sudley Road, Suite 7810, Manassas, VA 20109

(571) 535-2365