Dental Specialists of Doral


Emergency Dentistry Services in Doral, FL

Are you having tooth pain? Contact our emergency dentistry services.


Emergency Dentist in Doral, Florida

Emergency Dentist in Miami, Florida, we understand that dental emergencies are unpredictable, and may happen on any day, at any time of the day! That is the reason we serve same-day appointments on most times! Dental Specialists of Doral Group provides promptly emergency dental services for the communities of Doral, Fontainebleau, Miami Beach, Kendall, Sweetwater, Weschestern, and Miami Florida.

There are various factors responsible for the occurrence of toothaches that brings untold pain to us generally, but toothaches are signs of a dental emergency. Tooth pain is one of the first symptoms you notice when there is a need to have a dental emergency and consulting your dentist without further delay.

If you are having tooth pain or a major dental emergency, call Dental Specialists of Doral Group or any of our dental office locations across South Florida at (786) 355-4401 right away. We offer extended hours as needed and will do our best to get you treated immediately.


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    • $39 For Full Dental Exam & X-rays
    • FREE 2nd Opinions (Bring X-rays)

    D0150 & D0210 or D0220/D0230/D0274

    *Not valid with other offers, insurances, or prior services. This offer is only valid to new patients. This offers can be applied to different family members.
    *Patient must bring x-rays to the consultation for the FREE 2nd Opinion

    Types of procedures or issues that may need Emergency Dental Care:

    • Cavities – tooth cavities are one of the most common causes of toothaches in adults and kids in general. Tooth pain can be easily fix with a simple visit to your dentist. It is recommended to visit our dental office at an early stage to prevent bigger issues. if you ignore tooth cavities, they could pave the way for infection, swelling, pain or even at times, decay and loss of tooth.
    • Abscess – In other words, tooth infection. The best way to take control of a tooth infection is by visiting our dental office. When tooth infections (Abscess) is not treated, it has the capacity to move from the mouth, its source to the other body parts which could to severe complications at the expense of the entire body system. The most common treatments for a complete removal of an infected tooth are root canal treatments. Your tooth pain can be reduced by rinsing your mouth with a mild salt water solution.
    • Toothache – One of a clear signs of tooth infection is tooth pain. Major causes of toothaches are different, but the sharp pain is a visible symptom of a toothache. You can make use of ice packs to reduce the swelling caused by the toothache and a mild salt water solution will ensure the affected part is debris-free. Contact our dental office as soon as possible. You can also call our emergency line at 786-355-4401
    • Cracked Teeth – Another case that requires dental emergencies is cracked tooth. However, cracked and chipped teeth are one of the most significant causes of toothaches in patients and could be undetected for a long time. The responsibility of the dentist is to assist you to assess the tooth/teeth if there is damage. In most cases, soft tissue injuries are triggered by cracked teeth and may require an abscessed tooth treatment procedure. In an instance where your tooth is completely removed from your mouth, put it in a cup of milk and visit the dentist immediately. Experience has shown that teeth replaced in its initial position within an hour can take its root again.

    Reasons of Tooth Pain: Sensitive Tooth

    Emergency Dentistry

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    Monday – Fridays
    9:00AM – 6:00PM

    10:00AM – 6:00PM

    9:00AM – 5:00 PM

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