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1440 W Republic Rd, #146, Springfield, MO 65807, United States
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If you are experiencing a dental emergency at night, on the weekend, or on a holiday, it can be terrifying. You may not know what to do or who to call. The Express Dentist hotline number 1-844-593-0591 can give you instant access to leading 24-hour dentists in your area. Call us today and connect with an emergency dentist in Missouri. We are a toll-free hotline. All calls to Express Dentist are free. Lines are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, including holidays. You don’t have to panic in a dental emergency. Simply call Express Dentist on 1-844-593-0591 and get the help you need right away.
How will you find me an emergency dentist in Missouri?
Express Dentist has partnered with hundreds of leading dental professionals nationwide. We can find you an emergency dentist in Missouri and other US states like Hawaii, Washington, Iowa, Kentucky, and Florida. You can call for after-hours and weekend dental appointments in cities across America, including Baltimore, Atlanta, Tucson, and dozens more. The Express Dentist hotline is your go to resource for 24-hour dentists in St. Louis, Kansas City, Jefferson City, Springfield, and other cities in Missouri.
Save the Express Dentist hotline number 1-844-593-0591 in your phone and pin it to your refrigerator. This way, should a dental emergency happen, you can get instant access to an emergency dentist in Missouri by making one quick phone call.
Can the ER help with a tooth?
The ER can most likely help with a tooth. This includes common complaints like toothache. However, ER doctors cannot provide definitive dental care. This means you will have to see a dentist at some point after your ER visit. It will be necessary to get to the bottom of what is causing your symptoms.
It makes more sense, therefore, to see an emergency dentist in Missouri right away. A 24-hour dentist can evaluate you and offer appropriate treatment. For example, if a tooth abscess is causing severe dental pain, they may offer a root canal treatment or tooth extraction treatment. The Express Dentist hotline at 1-844-593-0591 can get you an urgent dental appointment in your area.
Is my dental problem an emergency?
Many people are not sure what constitutes a dental emergency. In general, you should seek urgent care from an emergency dentist in Missouri if you have:
- Suffered trauma to your face or mouth.
- Active bleeding from the mouth that does not stop after 15 minutes of putting pressure on the wound.
- A missing tooth or knocked out tooth.
- Severe tooth pain.
What to do for a knocked-out tooth?
It is important to see an emergency dentist in Missouri urgently for a knocked-out tooth. The chances of saving the tooth are highest if you see a dentist within 30 minutes. The Express Dentist hotline at 1-844-593-0591 can get you an out-of-hours or weekend dental appointment. As you make your way to the dental clinic, hold the tooth by the crown (chewing surface). Gently rinse it with cold water, but do not scrub the tooth. Keep the tooth moist by placing it in the empty socket in your mouth. You can also save the tooth in some saliva or milk. A tooth preservation kit is ideal, if available.
What helps with unbearable tooth pain?
You should see an emergency dentist in Missouri for severe tooth pain as soon as possible. The Express Dentist hotline at 1-844-593-0591 can get you an appointment at night, on the weekend, or on a holiday. In the meantime, you can try home remedies for toothache, such as: 1
- Over-the-counter pain relievers.
- Cold compresses.
- Warm salt water or hydrogen peroxide rinses.
- Medicated gels.
- Peppermint tea.
- Clove oil.
How much does it cost to see an emergency dentist in Missouri?
The cost of your emergency dental appointment will depend on the nature of the problem. Here are some rough estimates on how much you can expect to pay an emergency dentist in Missouri for common dental procedures. If you don’t have dental insurance, you’ll have to pay out of pocket. However, if you have a dental insurance plan, some of these treatments may be covered.
- Dental exam: $100 to $150
- Cleaning: $75 to $200
- Scaling: $150 to $300 per quadrant
- Bonding: $100 to $500
- Sealant: $20 to $40 per tooth
- Crown: $1,000 to $1,500
- Root canal: $500 to $1,500
Whether you’re insured or not, Express Dentist can help you find high-quality affordable dental care near you. Call our hotline number 1-844-593-0591 today and speak to friendly representatives. Get timely care right away and avoid expensive restorations and procedures in the future.
Should I get dental insurance?
For most people, it makes sense to get dental insurance. It can cost as little as $20 per month. Most dental insurance plans from private providers cover at least some dental emergencies. Therefore, getting dental insurance can save you from getting stuck with big bills if you experience a dental emergency.
There are some instances, however, in which dental insurance may be the less cost-effective option. Let’s say you have generally good oral health and take precautions to prevent dental emergencies. In such a scenario, the cost of dental insurance ($240 per year) may actually be more than paying out of pocket for dental exams and cleanings every 6 months.
It’s your choice whether to get dental insurance or not. Keep in mind though that even one visit to an emergency dentist in Missouri could set you back hundreds of dollars. Having a dental insurance plan could save you from this unforeseen expense.
The Express Dentist hotline at 1-844-593-0591 can give you instant access to leading dental professionals in your area. We can connect you to affordable dentists near you who offer top quality care. Remember, any delay in necessary dental treatment can lead to serious health issues. In the long run, you might end up paying more for costly dental procedures.
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.
- Colgate. Tooth Pain Home Remedies. Available online. Accessed on August 15, 2022.