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Why Phoenix Loves Anytime Dental

Dulce V.
I have loved my experience so far. During every appointment I get greeted by the sweetest and most awesome team. I mean, EVERYONE in the office make you feel welcomed. All the technicians who have done my cleanings have been super gentle and careful, and have also provided helpful advice. Dr. Larson is always super nice and walks you through the process (I love it! ). I'm glad I found this place close from home. :)
Chelsea S.
Raving over this place! I'm from out of state and had a veneer fall off. I googled, noted the high reviews and called. They were able to take me in right away. It actually took me longer to drive there than it did for them to fix me up!! No unnecessary charges, friendly staff (with great senses of humor), and high quality care. I could tell they were taking their time to address my issue and hear me out, not rushing at all. What an excellent resource!! Thanks y'all
Raquel V.
Had an emergency and location was perfect and easy to get too. They have great hours for people who have not normal schedules and need late evening appointments.
Tara G.
My first time at this location and they were able to get me in the day of, which was very convenient! The dental technician was welcoming, informative and super helpful! The dentist was also very helpful and thorough. I'll definitely come back to this location for my teeth cleaning in a few months!
Franceli V.
First time patient, had my 4 wisdom teeth taken care of and I’m feeling great a few hours later was able to use Sunbit to finance my extraction. Will be going back for all my dental work.
Carmen P.
Im so grateful for the fast appointment setting the whole visit was a breeze did not feel a thing nerves at 1st but they really made me feel better they help me with a wisdom tooth pull and a cavity fill so grateful I appreciate the staff so much πŸ’― recommend Thanks to my sister Norma she recommended me I’m very grateful πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘
Martha C.
Best service ever, the staff is so professional, and friendly. The cleaning treatment was outstanding, very meticulous, and careful. The location is very accessible and clean. A spa environment. I highly recommend this Dentist. We came from Dallas and I wish we found this service two years ago. My daughter's treatment was adequate, without pain, and very assertive. Thank you so much!
Madelaine L.
I had a wonderful experience this morning . I do not like going to the dentist but when I got there everyone was kind . The receptionist was very welcoming , the hygienist Kelly made me feel comfortable the entire time , and the dentist was very professional . Thank you so much .
Patty P.
I haven’t found such an amazing dentist office like this one right here in the heart of downtown Phoenix. There was such a personal interaction it made me feel so comfortable and they are easy to talk to. I might say they are truthworthy. Excited about the profession of dentistry. Passionate about providing care to those in need. Honestly I am very particular in whom I review I would give them 10 stars if I could they definitely won me over ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ thank you πŸ™πŸΌ
David D.
They are great! I passed by a few months ago because of travel necessity and they showed me a great amount of care and really were attentive, despite not being a regular. Hygienist was very friendly, caring and informative, the dentist was professional, knowledgeable and kind. Could not have gone to a better place.

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Do I Need to See an Emergency Dentist?

It's crucial to contact your emergency dentist for guidance and treatment in any of these situations to prevent further complications and relieve pain and discomfort.

Toothache: Severe or persistent tooth pain can indicate an underlying issue, such as a cavity, infection, or abscess.

Chipped or Cracked Tooth: These injuries can result from accidents, falls, or biting on hard objects.

Knocked-out Tooth: A tooth that has been completely knocked out of its socket requires immediate attention to increase the chances of successful reattachment.

Loose Tooth: Adult teeth should not be loose. A loose tooth may indicate an injury or gum disease.

Broken or Lost Dental Restorations: If a filling, crown, or dental appliance like braces or retainers breaks or gets lost, it may require prompt repair or replacement.

Gum Injuries: Cuts or injuries to the gums can lead to bleeding and potential infections.

Abscess: An abscess is a painful infection near the tooth's root or in the space between the teeth and gums. It requires immediate treatment to prevent further complications.

Object Stuck Between Teeth: If something gets lodged between your teeth and you can't remove it with floss, it may require professional attention.

Facial Trauma: Injuries to the face and mouth from accidents, falls, or sports-related incidents can result in broken teeth, damaged gums, and facial injuries.

Orthodontic Emergencies: Issues with braces or orthodontic appliances, such as broken wires or brackets, may require prompt adjustments to prevent discomfort or complications.

Wisdom Tooth Pain: Impacted or infected wisdom teeth can cause severe pain and require extraction.

Immediate Response to Dental Trauma

Dental injuries resulting from falls, sports mishaps, or accidents require immediate attention. Quick action is crucial, whether it's a chipped or cracked tooth or a more severe issue like a knocked-out tooth.

If you experience direct dental trauma, follow these steps:

Chipped or Cracked Tooth: Try to locate any broken or chipped tooth fragments. These pieces can often be reattached by our dental professionals. In cases of excessive bleeding, use a damp towel with gentle pressure and seek immediate care, possibly at an emergency room.

Knocked-out Tooth: For permanent teeth that have been knocked out, attempt to place the tooth back into its socket gently. If this isn't possible, store the tooth in a container of cold milk while heading to our dental office. If bleeding persists, apply a warm, damp towel with pressure to the area.

Managing Moderate to Severe Tooth Pain

Intense tooth pain can indicate underlying oral health issues such as gum disease or an infected tooth root. These conditions often require root canal treatment to save the tooth from extraction.

Our dental team is experienced in providing effective pain relief and treatment for various dental emergencies, including root canals. Modern root canal procedures have become routine and comfortable, with many patients citing the injection of local anesthesia as the most uncomfortable part of the process.

Advances in treatment protocols and dental technologies have made root canals an effective solution for saving teeth.

Addressing Gum Tissue Injuries

Accidents or injuries can lead to cuts or scrapes in the gum tissue, potentially resulting in infections, painful cysts, or other complications. If you experience gum tissue injury, follow these steps:
1. Rinse your mouth with diluted saltwater to help clean the affected area.
2. Apply a damp towel to any bleeding areas to control bleeding.
3. Promptly seek dental attention to assess the severity of the injury and prevent potential complications. In cases of severe bleeding, it may be necessary to visit the emergency room.

Gentle Tooth Extractions and Wisdom Tooth Removals

We understand that tooth extractions, including the removal of wisdom teeth, can be a source of anxiety for many patients. Our experienced team prioritizes your comfort and well-being during these procedures. With gentle techniques and effective pain management, we ensure a smooth and pain-free experience. Whether it's a problematic wisdom tooth or any other extraction need, trust us to provide expert care and minimize any discomfort.

Dealing with Orthodontic Emergencies

Orthodontic emergencies are relatively rare, but when they occur, it's essential to address them promptly. Orthodontic emergencies may involve broken brackets or wires, which can often be fixed at your orthodontic provider's office. In cases of more serious facial trauma or damage to orthodontic appliances due to sports injuries or falls, immediate attention at the emergency room may be necessary to address any deep wounds.

Trust our dedicated team with your case when a dental or orthodontic emergency occurs. We're here to provide you with expert care, comfort, and peace of mind during your time of need. Contact us right away, and let us help you regain your smile's health and confidence.
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Frequently Asked Questions

What is considered a dental emergency?

Dental emergencies encompass a range of situations, including severe toothaches, knocked-out teeth, broken or chipped teeth, severe gum injuries, lost dental restorations (like crowns or fillings), and orthodontic emergencies, among others.

What should I do if my tooth is knocked out?

Try to gently place the tooth back in its socket or store it in cold milk. Seek dental attention within an hour for the best chance of saving the tooth.

How soon should I seek treatment for a dental emergency?

It's crucial to seek immediate treatment for dental emergencies. Prompt care can often prevent further damage or complications. Contact your dentist or visit the emergency room if necessary.

Are dental emergencies covered by insurance?

Dental insurance typically covers emergency treatments. However, coverage can vary, so it's essential to check your policy or contact your provider for specific details.

What if I experience a dental emergency outside of regular office hours?

Many dental practices, including Anytime Dental San Tan Valley, offer after-hours and weekend emergency appointments. Call your dentist or an emergency dental clinic for assistance.

Is a chipped tooth considered an emergency?

A chipped tooth can be a dental emergency, especially if it causes pain or exposes the inner layers of the tooth. Prompt treatment can prevent infection and further damage.

How can I manage dental pain at home before seeing a dentist?

Over-the-counter pain relievers can help manage dental pain temporarily. Avoid using aspirin directly on the gums, as it can lead to burns. Rinse your mouth with warm saltwater for temporary relief.

What should I do if I have a loose or lost dental filling or crown?

Keep the restoration if possible. Apply a dental cement or over-the-counter dental adhesive to reattach it temporarily. Seek dental care to ensure a proper, long-term fix.

Are root canals painful?

Modern root canal procedures are generally comfortable, thanks to local anesthesia. Patients often report minimal discomfort during the procedure.

How do I know if my dental issue can wait until regular office hours or requires immediate attention?

If you're unsure whether your issue constitutes a dental emergency, it's best to err on the side of caution and seek immediate care. Your dentist can assess the situation and provide guidance.

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