Have a dental emergency in Baltimore, MD? Need an after-hours dental clinic for urgent relief of toothache? Looking for a trusted provider for all kinds of dental services? Call the Express Dentist hotline at 1-844-593-0591 today for:
- 24/7 dental services in Baltimore
- Emergency dental surgery
- Same-day or next-day dental appointments
- Top-rated Baltimore dentists
- Pay with cash, cards, or private PPO insurance
Express Dentist is a 24/7 toll-free hotline 1-844-593-0591 that connects you to leading emergency dental care providers in Baltimore. Whether you have a toothache, a knocked-out tooth, a broken denture, a lost filling, or any dental issue that requires urgent evaluation and treatment, you don’t have to wait to get the help you need. One phone call is all it takes to get high-quality dental care when you need it, where you need it. We have partnered with leading emergency dentists in Baltimore to give you access to urgent dental treatment and same-day dental surgery.
Each of Express Dentist’s partner dentists is vetted to ensure you receive the highest caliber of emergency dental care in Baltimore. When you choose an Express Dentist partner, you are assured of:
- High-quality dental care from accredited practitioners
- Same-day dental procedures
- Affordable dental treatment in Baltimore
Express Dentist is your trusted source for dental referrals in Baltimore. Calls to the hotline are free of charge and the helpline operates 24/7/365. Call Express Dentist today on 1-844-593-0591 for instant access to Baltimore dentists with decades of experience.
Common Dental Emergencies
The most common cause of toothache is dental caries. If you have toothache that has not gotten better with 1-2 days of home treatments or you have accompanying fever, you should get it checked out by a dentist. Without the proper treatment, the infection can spread and form a tooth abscess. 1A dentist can offer both immediate treatment with antibiotics and pain pills as well as more definitive treatment with drainage of an abscess if present, root canal, or tooth extraction.
A chipped tooth can cause pain and sensitivity to hot and cold foods. Seeing a dentist as soon as possible is important if you suspect this problem. The sooner you get treatment for your tooth, the better the outcome is likely to be. With the appropriate treatment, a chipped or cracked tooth can be repaired and full function of the tooth restored. 2
If you have had a tooth completely knocked out of your mouth, this is a dental emergency. You should ideally see a dentist within 30-60 minutes.  Hold the broken tooth by the crown, rinse it with water to clean it, and try to put it back in place in the mouth if possible, biting down on a clean handkerchief if needed (this should be done only for adult teeth, never for milk teeth in children). Then, make your way to the nearest emergency dentist in Baltimore. Express Dentist 1-844-593-0591 can connect you to after-hours dental clinics with one quick phone call.
A tooth abscess is a condition where pus collects inside a tooth. It often occurs when a dental caries progresses and spreads to the soft central part of the tooth. A tooth abscess can cause severe throbbing pain, hot and cold sensitivity, and fever. If you suspect you may have a tooth abscess, you should see a dentist on an urgent basis. Without the appropriate treatment, a tooth abscess can lead to severe complications. 
If you have suffered facial trauma, you should proceed to the nearest ER for a complete evaluation. The injury may be relatively minor, such as a chipped tooth, which can be easily fixed by a Baltimore after-hours dentist. However, you may have a more serious injury or a dental emergency such as a knocked-out tooth which requires immediate treatment without delay. It is important to get evaluated at a late-hours Baltimore dental clinic to rule out any injury to the surrounding teeth with a thorough dental examination.  An after-hours dental clinic in Baltimore can also evaluate you for soft tissue injuries to the gums, uncontrolled bleeding, and other serious complications.
Other Dental Problems
Things like lost fillings, lost crowns, broken dentures, and broken braces are not usually emergencies, but should be evaluated and treated as soon as possible. Putting off treatment can lead to complications and severe symptoms. The Express Dentist helpline 1-844-593-0591 can put you in touch with leading dentists in Baltimore to ensure you get the care you need for all your dental problems, whether they are general dentistry, cosmetic dentistry, or emergency dentistry.
Paying for Emergency Dental Care in Baltimore
Unless you have an insurance policy that covers emergency dental care, you will have to pay for your emergency dental appointment in Baltimore out of pocket. For the most part, the cost of emergency dental care is not a great deal more than regular dental care. Some emergency dental clinics in Baltimore do have an additional charge for late-hours and weekend appointments. If you think emergency dental care will be unaffordable for you, you can consider signing up for a dental discount plan for savings of up to 40%. 24-hour dentists in Baltimore accept a variety of payment methods, including cards, cash, and personal checks. Some Baltimore dentists offer low-interest payment plans or deferred payment plans to make emergency dental care affordable for everyone. Many after-hour dentists in Baltimore accept dental discount plans and dental health saving plans as well.
High-Quality 24/7 Dental Care in Baltimore
Your search for an emergency dentist in Baltimore ends with the Express Dentist hotline at 1-844-593-0591. We operate 24/7 to give you instant access to leading dental care providers in the city. Whether you have unrelenting toothache, a chipped tooth, a lost filling, or a broken denture, getting the help you need is as easy as one quick phone call. Call the Express Dentist hotline today for same-day appointments, late-hours appointments, and weekend dental appointments in Baltimore. Our partner dentists will work around your busy schedule so you don’t have to delay getting treatment for a minute longer than necessary.
About the author
Dr. Greg Grillo
Dr. Greg Grillo DDS studied at the University of Washington where he received a bachelors degree with Honors and later attended dental school on the same campus. Following school Dr. Greg served in the United States Navy as a dental officer. During this time he received advanced training in specialty areas of dentistry while also treating families of members of the military.
As well as sharing valuable information on dentistry and oral health, Dr. Greg remains a practicing dentist to this day. He works with families in the Okanogan Valley where he lives with his wife and three children.