612 West De Leon Street Tampa, FL 33606

Emergency Dentist Tampa, FL

Do you have a dental emergency? Call 813-733-6981 for treatment today.

Dr. Rebecca Benedict and her team offer emergency dentistry services in Tampa, FL, to help preserve patients’ smiles and prevent future dental problems. Emergency dentistry is one of the general dentistry services we provide to residents in Tampa.

Please get in touch with our office for care if you have a sudden dental problem or severe symptoms. We’re here to help you. Don’t wait to address your dental problems; receiving professional care sooner rather than later can prevent further complications.

Emergency Dentist in Tampa, Florida

Treating Emergency Dental Problems in Tampa, FL

Some of the most common emergency problems we treat include:

Lost Permanent Tooth

Dr. Benedict will recommend a dental implant, dental bridge, or denture, depending on how many teeth are missing. Implants are the gold standard for replacing single missing teeth and supporting bridges or dentures.

Broken or Lost Restorations

Contact our office if you have broken or lost a filling, crown, bridge, or denture. We can help fit you for a new restoration. Do not try to place the restoration back in your mouth, as you can injure your teeth and gums. However, you can bring your restoration to our office if you can find it. We can design a new restoration if we cannot reattach it comfortably. 

Tooth Pain

If you have sharp, sudden tooth pain, contact our Tampa dental office. Apply a cold compress if you are experiencing swelling. Tooth decay or a dental abscess are some of the most common causes of severe tooth pain. A dental injury can also cause toothaches. Let us know where you experience the tooth pain and if you have any other symptoms so we can pinpoint the cause of your pain and recommend treatment. 

Extraction Complications

After tooth extraction, it’s important to care for the extraction site for proper healing. If you feel excessive pain or develop dry socket following treatment, please contact our office. Dry socket occurs when a blood clot does not develop or is dislodged from the extraction site. This blood clot helps protect the nerves and bone in the tooth socket.

An exposed tooth socket directly after treatment can cause pain and discomfort. We will recommend pain medication and a soft diet as the site heals.

Please Contact Our Office

Do you need prompt dental care? Call 813-733-6981 if you have a dental emergency. If you have a dental problem but do not require emergency dental care, request a dental appointment with us online. We’re here to help you, please let us know if you have any questions about a current dental problem, and we can give recommendations.