(815) 410-1206

Forever Family Dental of New Lenox
202 Vancina Lane, New Lenox, IL 60451

Alleviate Your Pain and Protect Your Oral Health by Calling the Emergency Dentists in New Lenox

When you experience an urgent dental issue out of the blue, our emergency dentists are ready to help. From injuries and infections to broken fillings and crowns, we can diagnose your issue and provide the emergency dental care that you need to resolve your pain and prevent the issue from reoccurring.

How Do I Locate Emergency Dentists in New Lenox?

Emergency dentists treat patients with emergency issues during our regular clinic hours. When you call for an appointment, be sure to let us know the nature of your emergency issue so that we can schedule you as quickly as possible.

What Does an Emergency Dental Office Do?

Emergency dentists perform services and procedures necessary to relieve severe toothaches, repair damaged teeth and restorations, and address oral health concerns that can cause serious complications if left untreated. Emergency dental treatments available at our office include:

  • Emergency repairs for damaged or missing teeth
  • Permanent or temporary repairs for missing or damaged dental restorations
  • Emergency tooth extractions
  • Treatment of orthodontic-related pain and injuries
  • Diagnosis and treatment of gum and tooth infections
  • Treatment of tooth pain and pressure related to injuries or decay

When Should I Contact an Emergency Dental Office Near Me?

The following are examples of situations that require emergency dental care to resolve pain or prevent further damage or other complications:

Chipped, Cracked, or Fractured Teeth

Chipped, cracked, or fractured teeth can quickly become infected or even break completely. Emergency dentists can repair your damaged teeth to prevent further pain or damage.

Knocked-out Teeth

If you have knocked-out teeth following an accident, call us immediately for an appointment and instructions on how to preserve the teeth.

Extreme Tooth Pain

Extreme tooth pain can be caused by any number of dental issues. You should see one of our dentists right away to determine the source of the pain, especially if you are experiencing additional symptoms, such as fever, pressure, or an earache.

Extreme Tooth Sensitivity

If you experience extreme tooth sensitivity when eating or drinking, you may have a gum infection or a damaged tooth.

Large Cavities

You don’t have to suffer from tooth pain and sensitivity caused by large cavities. Our dentists can repair the tooth so that it is structurally sound and nerves are no longer exposed.

Tooth Abscess

A painful tooth abscess can develop as a result of trauma, decay, or gum disease. We can recommend the appropriate treatment to eliminate the infection and alleviate your pain.

Missing or Damaged Filling

You may already know that a missing or damaged filling can cause dental pain and sensitivity. You may not realize, however, that it can also make your tooth more vulnerable to structural damage and decay. Our dentists can repair or replace your filling to ensure that your tooth remains intact.

Missing or Damaged Dental Restorations

Missing or damaged dental restorations are more than just a cosmetic issue. Damaged dental restorations should be repaired as quickly as possible to prevent infection and structural damage to the affected tooth.

Pain and Injuries Related to Orthodontic Devices

Emergency dentists can stabilize damaged braces and treat pain and injuries related to orthodontic devices.

Tooth Damage Related to Bruxism

Shortened teeth and worn enamel are common signs of tooth damage related to bruxism. Our dentists can restore your damaged teeth and provide you with a custom-fitted mouthguard to prevent you from grinding or clenching your teeth while you sleep.

Sinus Pressure

Sinus pressure, especially in conjunction with tooth pain, can be caused by dental issues, such as an impacted wisdom tooth or an infection of the gums or teeth. Our dentists can diagnose the issue and provide the necessary treatment.

Where Can I Go for Advanced Emergency Dental Care Near Me?

While all of the conditions mentioned above require emergency dental care, they can generally be handled by our dentists during regular business hours. Other situations require immediate treatment and are typically beyond the scope of the emergency dental services available at our office. You should call your primary care provider, an oral surgeon, 911, or go to the closest emergency room for urgent dental care if you experience any of the following:

  • severe or uncontrollable bleeding;
  • a traumatic injury to the face, teeth, jaw, or head; or
  • sudden or severe swelling of the mouth, face, or gums.

How Affordable Is Emergency Dental Care Near Me?

If you are like most of our patients, you may be wondering, “Can I afford to go to an emergency dental office near me?” The final cost of your treatment will depend on the type of dental emergency that you are experiencing and the type of treatment needed to resolve the issue. The good news is that our emergency dentists are accustomed to working with patients to find appropriate treatment options that are covered by insurance or that fit within the family budget. We accept most major dental insurance plans as well as all major credit cards. Does our emergency dental office also accept the DentRite®dental discount plan? Yes, we do!

Even if you don’t have insurance, there are ways to ensure that your emergency dental care does not break the bank. Emergency dentists in New Lenox participate in the DentRite®dental discount plan. Your DentRite®membership provides you with savings of 20% to 70% on preventative and emergency dental services. In fact, most members save up to $250 per year on preventative services alone. Call today for more information.

What Are My Options If I Have a Dental Emergency After Business Hours?

If you have suffered a traumatic injury or are experiencing severe pain that cannot wait until regular business hours, you should seek immediate treatment to avoid permanent damage or other complications. Depending on the severity of your injury or issue, you should either call 911 or head to your nearest emergency room for urgent dental care. You can always follow-up with one of our dentists during regular business hours if further treatment is needed.

Alleviate Your Pain and Protect Your Oral Health by Calling the Emergency Dentists in New Lenox

When you experience an urgent dental issue out of the blue, our emergency dentists are ready to help. From injuries and infections to broken fillings and crowns, we can diagnose your issue and provide the emergency dental care that you need to resolve your pain and prevent the issue from reoccurring.

How Do I Locate Emergency Dentists in New Lenox?

Emergency dentists treat patients with emergency issues during our regular clinic hours. When you call for an appointment, be sure to let us know the nature of your emergency issue so that we can schedule you as quickly as possible.

What Does an Emergency Dental Office Do?

Emergency dentists perform services and procedures necessary to relieve severe toothaches, repair damaged teeth and restorations, and address oral health concerns that can cause serious complications if left untreated. Emergency dental treatments available at our office include:

  • Emergency repairs for damaged or missing teeth
  • Permanent or temporary repairs for missing or damaged dental restorations
  • Emergency tooth extractions
  • Treatment of orthodontic-related pain and injuries
  • Diagnosis and treatment of gum and tooth infections
  • Treatment of tooth pain and pressure related to injuries or decay

When Should I Contact an Emergency Dental Office Near Me?

The following are examples of situations that require emergency dental care to resolve pain or prevent further damage or other complications:

Chipped, Cracked, or Fractured Teeth

Chipped, cracked, or fractured teeth can quickly become infected or even break completely. Emergency dentists can repair your damaged teeth to prevent further pain or damage.

Knocked-out Teeth

If you have knocked-out teeth following an accident, call us immediately for an appointment and instructions on how to preserve the teeth.

Extreme Tooth Pain

Extreme tooth pain can be caused by any number of dental issues. You should see one of our dentists right away to determine the source of the pain, especially if you are experiencing additional symptoms, such as fever, pressure, or an earache.

Extreme Tooth Sensitivity

If you experience extreme tooth sensitivity when eating or drinking, you may have a gum infection or a damaged tooth.

Large Cavities

You don’t have to suffer from tooth pain and sensitivity caused by large cavities. Our dentists can repair the tooth so that it is structurally sound and nerves are no longer exposed.

Tooth Abscess

A painful tooth abscess can develop as a result of trauma, decay, or gum disease. We can recommend the appropriate treatment to eliminate the infection and alleviate your pain.

Missing or Damaged Filling

You may already know that a missing or damaged filling can cause dental pain and sensitivity. You may not realize, however, that it can also make your tooth more vulnerable to structural damage and decay. Our dentists can repair or replace your filling to ensure that your tooth remains intact.

Missing or Damaged Dental Restorations

Missing or damaged dental restorations are more than just a cosmetic issue. Damaged dental restorations should be repaired as quickly as possible to prevent infection and structural damage to the affected tooth.

Pain and Injuries Related to Orthodontic Devices

Emergency dentists can stabilize damaged braces and treat pain and injuries related to orthodontic devices.

Tooth Damage Related to Bruxism

Shortened teeth and worn enamel are common signs of tooth damage related to bruxism. Our dentists can restore your damaged teeth and provide you with a custom-fitted mouthguard to prevent you from grinding or clenching your teeth while you sleep.

Sinus Pressure

Sinus pressure, especially in conjunction with tooth pain, can be caused by dental issues, such as an impacted wisdom tooth or an infection of the gums or teeth. Our dentists can diagnose the issue and provide the necessary treatment.

Where Can I Go for Advanced Emergency Dental Care Near Me?

While all of the conditions mentioned above require emergency dental care, they can generally be handled by our dentists during regular business hours. Other situations require immediate treatment and are typically beyond the scope of the emergency dental services available at our office. You should call your primary care provider, an oral surgeon, 911, or go to the closest emergency room for urgent dental care if you experience any of the following:

  • severe or uncontrollable bleeding;
  • a traumatic injury to the face, teeth, jaw, or head; or
  • sudden or severe swelling of the mouth, face, or gums.

How Affordable Is Emergency Dental Care Near Me?

If you are like most of our patients, you may be wondering, “Can I afford to go to an emergency dental office near me?” The final cost of your treatment will depend on the type of dental emergency that you are experiencing and the type of treatment needed to resolve the issue. The good news is that our emergency dentists are accustomed to working with patients to find appropriate treatment options that are covered by insurance or that fit within the family budget. We accept most major dental insurance plans as well as all major credit cards. Does our emergency dental office also accept the DentRite®dental discount plan? Yes, we do!

Even if you don’t have insurance, there are ways to ensure that your emergency dental care does not break the bank. Emergency dentists in New Lenox participate in the DentRite®dental discount plan. Your DentRite®membership provides you with savings of 20% to 70% on preventative and emergency dental services. In fact, most members save up to $250 per year on preventative services alone. Call today for more information.

What Are My Options If I Have a Dental Emergency After Business Hours?

If you have suffered a traumatic injury or are experiencing severe pain that cannot wait until regular business hours, you should seek immediate treatment to avoid permanent damage or other complications. Depending on the severity of your injury or issue, you should either call 911 or head to your nearest emergency room for urgent dental care. You can always follow-up with one of our dentists during regular business hours if further treatment is needed.

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  • Friday 8:00 AM – 2:00 PM
  • Saturday 8:00 AM – 1:00 PM

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