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(239) 592-5112
9140 Galleria CT
Naples, FL 34109

Emergency Dentist — Naples, FL

Have a Toothache? Call Us Now!

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It can be difficult to know what to do in the face of a dental emergency, but it’s easier when you know you can call your emergency dentist in Naples . Dr. Gery Benza, Dr. Anthony Benza, and Dr. Chelsea Benza are here for you when you need us most!

Don’t hesitate to get in touch with our office the next time you are dealing with an urgent dental situation. When you call us , our experienced staff will provide advice over the phone and work to get you in to see a doctor as soon as necessary.

Why Choose Galleria Dentistry for Emergency Dental Care?

  • Highly Experienced Team of Dentists By Your Side
  • Sedation Dentistry Available for Anxious Patients
  • Modern Technology in a Clean and Welcoming Office

What to Do in a Dental Emergency

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  • Schedule your emergency dental appointment ASAP: The moment you get in touch with us, a team member will be ready to get you scheduled for an appointment and provide first-aid tips over the phone if needed. We are open five days a week and have three dentists in-house, so don’t wait to get your emergency handled.
  • Get examined by one of our friendly dentists: After you reach our office, we can perform an emergency exam, capture digital X-rays and intraoral images, and determine the extent and severity of your symptoms.
  • Review our findings so we can develop a plan: After completing your exam, we’ll be far better equipped to create a personalized treatment plan that stops your symptoms and prevents your emergency from getting worse. We’ll break down all estimated costs with you directly before moving forward.
  • Get professional care completed: We’ll work as quickly as possible to get you out of discomfort and your oral health back to normal. Common services we may recommend include dental fillings, one-visit crowns, gum disease treatment, TMJ therapy, or another procedure entirely.

The Most Common Dental Emergencies

The two most important things to remember in any dental emergency are to remain calm and contact your dentist immediately. At Galleria Dentistry, we are prepared to get you out of pain and back on with your life! Below, we have listed some of the most common dental emergencies we treat with what to do after each. Don’t panic when you’ve got a dental emergency in the 34109 area. Call us instead!

Understanding the Cost of Dental Emergencies

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Without performing an exam, we can’t know for sure what is causing your emergency symptoms. That means we won’t be able to recommend a specific treatment plan with dedicated costs until you visit us for an appointment. Keep in mind that we will never perform any procedure without your expressed consent and always be transparent about the costs associated with your care beforehand. Just remember that waiting to treat your emergency will only increase the chances of you needing to spend more money later.

How to Prevent Dental Emergencies

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Taking steps to prevent dental emergencies is a much easier process than treating emergencies once they’ve already happened. Not only is it more affordable, but the steps involved are relatively easy to perform. For example, brushing, flossing, and completing biannual checkups every six months go a long way towards reducing your risk. You should also maintain a healthy diet, never use your teeth as a tool, and use an oral appliance if you play contact sports or grind your teeth while you sleep.

Dental Emergency FAQ’s

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Because there is no way to completely prevent dental emergencies, the best step you can take is preparation. At Galleria Dentistry, we want all of our patients to have the information they need to smile with health and safety outside of our office. That’s why we have offered the answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about dental emergencies. Keep reading to learn more and satisfy your curiosity!

Should Dental Emergencies Be Treated Immediately?

The reason they’re called dental emergencies is that they should be treated as soon as possible. Unlike other medical conditions that can get better with time, dental problems can only grow worse if left untreated. A toothache could turn into needing your entire tooth extracted due to spreading infection if you avoid getting a root canal. It’s always best to contact your emergency dentist as soon as you notice a change in your smile.

Should I Ever Visit the Emergency Room for a Dental Emergency?

Typically, it’s best to visit our office because we know your smile, and we have all the treatments and experience necessary to get you out of pain. However, there are some instances that require an immediate visit to an urgent care facility. If you have problems like uncontrollable bleeding, jaw injury, trouble breathing, deep facial cuts, broken bones in the face, or other life-threatening issues, go to the ER as soon as possible.

What if My Tooth Has Broken Into Multiple Pieces?

If your tooth breaks into various pieces, try to collect them, rinse them off, and go to our office. We will do our best to repair your tooth, but in some cases, we may have to completely extract it. An extraction becomes necessary if your tooth is too broken for repair, and it’s often our only option left to get you out of pain.

How Much Will My Dental Emergency Cost?

You may be wondering about the cost of your potential dental emergency and whether or not your insurance will cover your treatment. Because there are so many different types of emergencies that can occur, it’s difficult to give you a precise cost estimate without examining your smile first. The best way to know is to visit our office, where one of our experts will carefully look over your smile before developing a personalized treatment plan.