Advanced Dental Care of Lakewood Ranch
8640 E State Road 70, Suite D, Bradenton, FL 34202

Emergency Dentistsin Lakewood Ranch

We accept same-day emergency appointments. Call us today at (941) 462-3706.

Medical Emergencies

If you are experiencing a MEDICAL emergency,
please dial 911

Dental Emergencies

If you are experiencing a DENTAL emergency during regular business hours:
call (941) 462-3706

If you’ve ever had a serious dental emergency, you know how an agonizing toothache can make you ask, “What’s the quickest way to find emergency dental care near me?” When you’re forced to wait for emergency dental care, your long-term dental health might suffer.

How to Find a Local Emergency Dentist

Fortunately, finding great emergency dentists in Lakewood Ranch is easier than you might think. Our skilled emergency dentists provide comprehensive emergency dental care services during regular business hours. Whether you need a replacement filling, treatment for an infection or relief from severe tooth pain, our emergency dental office can make your life easier. When you call us to schedule an appointment during office hours, we do our best to see you within the same day or as soon as possible. Our goals are to diagnose your condition, relieve your pain and determine if additional treatment is needed to prevent your problem from coming back.

Our practice provides same-day treatment for dental emergencies by reserving treatment time for patients in sudden pain.

What Are Urgent or Emergency Dental Services?

Emergency dental services or urgent dental care includes exams, tests, treatments and procedures that relieve sudden dental symptoms and address conditions that could become worse if treatment is delayed. Emergency services that our office provides during business hours include the following:

  • Treatment for dental injuries and infections
  • Management of pain and swelling caused by wisdom teeth
  • Emergency dental extractions
  • Replacement or restoration of fillings and crowns
  • Pain relief and evaluation of toothache and feelings of pressure
  • Repair of broken, chipped or damaged teeth
  • Treatment of injuries and pain related to broken or malfunctioning orthodontic appliances

When Is It Time for Emergency Dental Treatment?

I’m having symptoms, but I’m not sure what’s wrong. When should I seek emergency dental care near me?

If your symptoms are causing distress or interfering with your ability to perform everyday functions, you should seek emergency dental care. Our dentists routinely treat the conditions and symptoms listed below on an emergency basis.

Broken or Fractured Teeth

To avoid complications, seek treatment for a fractured or broken tooth as soon as possible. If jagged edges are causing mouth irritation, place dental wax over the offending tooth surfaces, and call us to schedule a consultation.

Knocked-Out Teeth

A knocked-out tooth often causes great distress, but our emergency dentists may be able to save your tooth if you act quickly. First, locate all fragments of your tooth and cleanse them with warm water. Avoid touching the tooth’s root. Place the tooth back into its socket, or hold it gently inside your cheek to keep it moist. Call our office for additional instructions.

Toothache Pain or Pressure

Severe toothache or pressure should always be addressed promptly. Tooth pain can have many possible causes; the sooner our dentists can determine the source of your pain, the sooner we can start treatment. Be sure to mention any additional symptoms such as fever, swelling or earache.

Tooth Sensitivity

Tooth sensitivity is a common problem, and it’s not always a reason to get urgent dental care. However, if it occurs suddenly or symptoms become significantly more severe than what you have experienced before, an underlying infection or fracture may be to blame.

Tooth Decay and Cavities

Tooth decay slowly destroys the structure of your teeth. Once deep cavities form and nerves are exposed, you may experience sensitivity or pain. Our emergency dentists will determine how extensive the damage is and recommend treatments such as fillings or root canals to restore your affected teeth.

Abscessed Tooth

An abscessed tooth is caused by a serious infection that usually starts at the tooth root. Symptoms and signs of an abscess include gum sores, drainage, severe tooth pain and pressure, fever, facial or jaw swelling, swollen glands, unpleasant mouth odors and a general feeling of unease. If you don’t treat an abscess, the infection can spread and cause serious health problems. Call our emergency dental office immediately if you suspect that you may have an abscessed tooth.

Lost or Unstable Dental Fillings

If fillings fall out or become loose, pain or sensitivity may follow. A lost or unstable filling also leaves your teeth vulnerable to decay and fractures. Call us as soon as you notice a missing or loose filling.

Broken Crowns or Lost Restorations

A broken or lost crown can leave an unsightly gap, but it also leaves affected teeth without protection. Our emergency dentists provide both temporary and permanent solutions for lost or damaged restorations.

Orthodontic Pain or Injuries

Braces can cause pain and soft tissue injury when brackets break or wires are accidentally repositioned. Our dentists can relieve orthodontic pain or injuries and adjust components to discourage further problems.

Tooth Enamel Damaged by Teeth Grinding

Nighttime teeth grinding or bruxism is a common behavior that can cause gradual but serious damage to tooth enamel. When the problem is urgent, our emergency dentists can reinforce worn tooth enamel and provide dental appliances to discourage grinding.

Sinus Pressure

Sinus pressure can be a symptom of dental conditions such as impacted molars or unnoticed infections. If you’re experiencing unexplained or unusual sinus pressure sensations, schedule an emergency evaluation to rule out or treat potential dental causes.

When Serious Problems Strike

I am experiencing severe dental symptoms that may threaten my general health. Should I visit an emergency dental office near me or go to an emergency room?

Emergency dentists in Lakewood Ranch are unable to provide advanced medical treatment for serious conditions that could potentially endanger your general health. Such conditions include severe or uncontrollable bleeding, severe facial swelling and head, face or jaw injuries. If you are suffering from these or other potentially serious problems, seek emergency treatment at the nearest hospital or call 911.

How Much Does Dental Emergency Service Cost?

The cost of emergency dental care is different for each patient. Total cost depends on what types of tests, treatments and medications are necessary to resolve symptoms and restore dental health. Our emergency dentists offer affordable options to help patients manage costs. We accept most dental insurance plans and payment by major credit cards. Convenient financing options are also available. If you don’t have dental insurance, you can apply for our DentRite® discount plan. It’s not insurance, but members enjoy substantial savings on dental care including 20 percent discounts on major dental procedures and up to 70 percent on preventative care. Contact us to learn more about obtaining DentRite® for yourself and your family.

How can I get emergency treatment on a night or weekend? Should I simply wait until the emergency dental office near me is open?

If your symptoms are mild and don’t pose a serious threat to your dental or general health, you can probably delay treatment safely for a day or so. However, you shouldn’t risk your dental health by waiting to address severe pain or other serious symptoms. If you are in distress or you’re not sure how serious your condition is, seek treatment at the nearest hospital emergency room or after-hours medical clinic. Whenever you need to reach our emergency dentists in Lakewood Ranch during business hours, we’ll be ready to take your call.

Read What Our Patients Say
Patient Reviews
The people where very informative and friendly,helpful,made you feel comfortable.
Jackie L.
Miguel is excellent and deserves my praise.
Jane K.
Professional staff. Personable and comfortable environment.
Judith R.
Miguel did an amazing deep cleaning for me today. Not only was he thorough but he cleaned some very deep affected areas without hurting my gums! Thanks Miguel!
Nancy B.
I’ve had extremely good care from the dental staff and good service from the office staff. I would not hesitate to recommend Advanced Dental Care. Byron Greenlaw
Byron G.
Chemo left me with massive damage to my teeth. I had 9 crowns, numerous fillings and extractions over 15 months to complete the restoration process. Advanced worked with us diligently to provide […]
Hank D.
The staff is kind and knowledgeable. Dr. Purcell is friendly and an excellent dentist. I would highly recommend.
Toni C.
I’ve been a patient for 3 years now. LOVE going to the dentist again! Dr. Purcell and his entire staff are off the hook in great customer service and professionalism. You won’t be disappointed
Linda B.
Everyone you deal with are so nice and professional. Joy, the dental hygienist is by far the best ever!
Donna F.
Always a great visit! Front office staff is always pleasant along with hygienist!
Melina A.
Best Dentist I’ve ever had!! My hygenist Miguel is always very professional and gentle ! My teeth have never felt cleaner !! A++
Gail L.
My husband and I have been coming here for years.Very professional staff. They take the time to answer your questions. Highly recommend!!!
Jennifer B.
Keverly the dental hygentist is excellent.
Helen H.
My dental hygienist, Joy is the main reason that i would recommend your office. She is amazing and makes the visit a good experience!
Doris W.
So far I get in on time do not have to sit out in waiting for more than 5 min past time schelduled
Brenda G.
Thorough, informative, professional
Tad P.
I’ve be coming to Advanced Dental since 2011. I have highly sensitive teeth so even cleanings can be a trial for me. However, I totally lucked out in having Joy as my hygienist from the get-go. Not […]
Amy B.
Dr. Purcell and the staff are terrific and always make us feel comfortable. They are very professional and thorough. Wouldn’t go anywhere else.
Donald B.
Everyone from the Office Staff and Dental Personnel are super kind, friendly, and welcoming! Your courtesy towards your patients is a breath of fresh air, and appreciated!!! Thank you for such Great […]
Dianne H.
Excellent service
Joe H.
Office Hours
Mon. – 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Tue. – 8:30 AM - 7:00 PM
Wed. – 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Thu. – 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Fri. – 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Sat. – Closed
Sun. – Closed
Phone: (941) 462-3706
Fax: (941) 727-0374
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  • Monday 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Tuesday 8:30 AM - 7:00 PM
  • Wednesday 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Thursday 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Friday 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Saturday Closed
  • Sunday Closed
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