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New Jersey Dental Centers

1355 15th St, Fort Lee, NJ 07024, United States

+1 201-585-8585

Mon 9 AM – 7 PM

Tues 9 AM – 7 PM

Wed 9 AM – 7 PM

Thurs 9 AM – 6 PM

Fri Closed

Sat Closed

Sun Closed

Hudson Emergency Dental and Implant Center

1160 John F. Kennedy Blvd, Suite B, Bayonne, NJ 07002, United States

+1 201-620-9574

Mon 10 AM – 3 PM

Tues 10 AM – 7 PM

Wed 10 AM – 3 PM

Thurs 10 AM – 7 PM

Fri 10 AM – 7 PM

Sat 10 AM – 5 PM

Sun 11 AM – 7 PM

Emergency Dentist Union NJ

440 Chestnut St, Union, NJ 07083, United States

+1 862-206-4420

Mon 8 AM – 8 PM

Tues 8 AM – 8 PM

Wed 8 AM – 8 PM

Thurs 8 AM – 8 PM

Fri 8 AM – 8 PM

Sat 8 AM – 8 PM

Sun Closed

When you or someone you love experiences a dental emergency, the typical response is panic. You are not sure what to do. The ER does not have a dentist on call. And finding a 24-hours emergency dentist in New Jersey can prove difficult.

That’s why it makes sense to prepare for dental emergencies. First, learn about some common dental emergencies and what to do if they occur (more on this later). Also, save the Express Dentist hotline number 1-844-593-0591 in your mobile phone and pin it to your refrigerator. Express Dentist is a toll-free 24-hour hotline. We have partnered with leading dental professionals across the US to ensure you get timely dental care. All you have to do is call the Express Dentist hotline any time of day or night to get same-day, after-hours, and weekend dental appointments.

Got a bad toothache? Bleeding gums have you worried? Braces wire poking and causing discomfort? Chipped tooth making it difficult to eat? Whatever the nature of your dental emergency, Express Dentist can get you the care you need.

The Express Dentist hotline operates 24 hours a day including weekends and holidays. Each of our partner providers is an accredited, licensed, top-rated emergency dentist in New Jersey. You can be sure you’ll get high-quality professional dental care at affordable prices. If you’ve been putting off treatment for a nagging dental issue, call Express Dentist at 1-844-593-0591 today and get urgent dental care.

Can you find me an emergency dentist in New Jersey?

Yes, Express Dentist can find you an emergency dentist in Jersey City, Newark, Trenton, Atlantic City, Princeton, and dozens of other towns and cities across the state.

But that’s not all. Express Dentist is a national hotline number. You can get 24-hour emergency dental appointments from coast to coast, including Arizona, Connecticut, Georgia, and Idaho. We can get you urgent same-day dental care in cities such as Albuquerque, Tucson, Fresno, Mesa, and more.

Thanks to Express Dentist, 24-hour dental services are available wherever you live in the United States. Simply call the toll-free national hotline 1-844-593-0591 to find an emergency dentist in your hometown.

How do I know if it’s a dental emergency?

Most dental issues are not emergencies. You can probably wait for a few days or even a few weeks before getting checked out by your dentist during regular business hours. However, it’s best to see your dentist sooner rather than later to avoid complications.

Sometimes, however, dental problems can be potentially life-threatening. This includes things like bleeding from the mouth that does not stop, facial swelling that causes difficulty breathing, swallowing, or seeing, or a knocked-out tooth that needs to be reimplanted on an urgent basis. If you are experiencing a dental emergency, getting timely care can relieve your symptoms and limit the long-term damage.

What type of problems does an emergency dentist in New Jersey treat?

Partner providers of Express Dentist include top-rated 24-hour dentists in New Jersey who can treat all kinds of dental emergencies. The American Dental Association lists the following common dental emergencies: 1

  • Bleeding from the mouth that won’t stop even after applying pressure for 15 minutes
  • A knocked-out tooth
  • An object stuck in the mouth
  • Facial swelling that causes trouble breathing, swallowing, or seeing
  • Severe toothache
  • Bleeding or swollen gums
  • Broken or chipped tooth
  • Lost filling
  • Dental appliance such as braces wire poking

If you or a loved one is experiencing a dental emergency, call the Express Dentist hotline at 1-844-593-0591. Lines are open 24 hours a day. Friendly and helpful representatives can help you get instant access to high-quality dental care from an emergency dentist in New Jersey.

emergency dentist in New Jersey

Can I treat a dental emergency at home?

You should never try to treat a dental emergency at home. This can lead to serious health complications. It can also result in the need for extensive and costly dental treatment down the road.

In case you are not sure if your problem is an emergency, it’s best to seek professional care from an emergency dentist in New Jersey. In the following paragraphs, I’ll describe some general guidelines on what to do in a dental emergency.

Knocked out tooth

If you have a knocked out tooth that has completely fallen out of your mouth, it is a dental emergency. The tooth must be implanted back in its place within 30-60 minutes if it is to be saved. An emergency dentist in New Jersey can do this for you. Call the Express Dentist hotline at 1-844-593-0591 right away. Before you go to the dental clinic, gently rinse the tooth with clean, cold water but do not scrub it. Try to replace it in its socket inside your mouth. Otherwise, keep the tooth moist in a small amount of saliva or cow’s milk. If you have access to a tooth preservation kit, use it.

Uncontrolled bleeding

Bleeding from the mouth can occur after sports injuries, motor vehicle accidents, or simply biting down on something sharp. Uncontrolled bleeding from the mouth that does not stop after 10-15 minutes of pressure is an emergency. You should proceed to the nearest emergency room as soon as possible. While you make your way there, press firmly on the wound with a clean cloth. If there is an object in the wound, apply pressure near the object but not on it.

Tooth abscess

Tooth decay or cavities are common dental problems. If left untreated, a cavity can develop into a dental abscess. The infection can spread of the soft tissue inside the tooth. A tooth abscess is a serious condition that needs to be treated as soon as possible. An emergency dentist in New Jersey can offer you pain medication, antibiotics, and definitive treatments for tooth abscess such as root canal.

Will insurance cover a dental emergency?

Your dental insurance plan may or may not cover treatment from an emergency dentist in New Jersey. It depends on your specific plan and the type of emergency you’re experiencing. Most plans provide coverage for at least some dental emergencies. However, your plan may not cover something like toothache while covering for treatment of something like a tooth abscess. If you’re not sure whether your plan covers dental emergencies, call Express Dentist at 1-844-593-0591. We can connect you to a leading emergency dentist in New Jersey who accepts your dental plan. If you don’t have insurance, you can still get emergency dental care but you’ll have to pay out of pocket with cash or cards.

About the author

Dr Greg Grillo
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.

  1. American Dental Association. Dental Emergency. Available online. Accessed on September 13, 2022.

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