Dental Emergency in Omaha

Our Omaha area offices provide a range of services, including emergency dental services, to help you when you’re in need.

If you are experiencing severe toothache, swelling, uncontrolled bleeding, or any other dental emergencies, please call our offices right away.

Delaying care for many dental emergencies could result in worsening symptoms or even tooth loss..

  • Injury or trauma to your jawbone
  • Broken teeth or Broken tooth
  • Teeth knocked out or missing
  • Swelling or uncontrolled bleeding (especially after recent dental surgery)
  • Severe toothache (pain)
  • Worsening active infection (increased redness, discharge, swelling)

When a dental emergency strikes, don’t hesitate to reach out to us..

Important: if your tooth or teeth are knocked out, please call our office right away so we can provide guidance for how to handle the teeth for the best chance of saving them. Whenever possible, we will try to save your natural teeth.

Never hold a tooth by the root if it falls out- always hold at the crown to reduce human contact with the root or if possible get into milk.

Good oral hygiene can help prevent many dental emergencies.

We offer immediate emergency care to address your urgent dental needs.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’s)

Dental emergencies can include toothaches, broken crowns, broken fillings, abscesses, and tooth decay. In most cases, these require immediate attention to prevent complications.

If a dental emergency occurs after hours, call us immediately or use Text-A-Dentist. We offer emergency services and can provide quick relief for your dental needs.

Same-day appointments allow us to address your dental emergencies as soon as possible, reducing the risk of further damage and providing quick relief.

Treatment options for broken crowns or fillings can include a root canal, replacement of the crown or filling, or in some cases, extraction. The best treatment will be determined by our professional team based on your specific situation.

If you have a toothache, rinse your mouth with warm water, apply a cold compress to the area, and call us to schedule an appointment. Avoid putting any painkillers, including aspirin, directly against the gums as it may burn the gum tissue.

Yes, we offer a variety of dental services including general dental care, preventative treatments, and emergency care. Our trained team is ready to address all your dental needs.

Don’t let the lack of insurance stop you from getting the care you need. Call us to discuss your situation and we’ll work with you to find a solution.

Regular check-ups, good oral hygiene practices like brushing and flossing daily, and wearing protective gear during sports can help prevent many dental emergencies.

Check your closest location for current hours of operation.

We’re have convenient locations in and around Omaha, NE.

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