Find An Emergency Dentist in GarlandOur dental referral specialist can help you locate an emergency dentist near you in less than 3 minutes.
Garland is a city within the Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area in Texas, with a population of around 235,000. According to the American Dental Association, 23% of Texans experience anxiety due to the condition of their mouth and teeth1. Also, almost 30% of people in Texas avoid smiling because of their condition, and we want to help change that. If you feel anxiety, or if you’re having a dental emergency, know that you can call us. Our company teams up with a large number of dental offices, so we know where the nearest one to you is. If you call 1-800-336-8478, we will make sure you get to an emergency dentist near you in Garland as quickly as possible.
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|Dental Category||Procedure||Average Cost|
|Preventive Care||X-ray (single)||$17.43|
|Composite resin (front teeth)||$118.99|
|Composite resin (rear teeth)||$120.69|
|Veneers||Bonded plastic veneers||$416.91|
|Root Canal (Endodontics)||Anterior root canal||$611.58|
|Bicuspid root canal||$740.22|
|Molar root canal||$936.58|
|Periodontics||Perio exam & x-rays||$251.02|
|Scaling & root planing (quadrant)||$313.66|
|Gingivectomy (single tooth)||$242.56|
|Free gingival graft||$758.85|
|Oral Surgery||Simple extraction (per tooth)||$127.46|
|Wisdom teeth (impacted)||$584.07|
|Crowns||Porcelain crown (metal)||$877.34|
|Porcelain crown (gold)||$1,134.63|
|Dentures||Complete denture (upper)||$1,381.77|
|Complete denture (lower)||$1,422.40|
|Partial denture (non-metal)||$999.21|
|Partial denture (metal)||$1,552.74|
How to find a 24/7 emergency dentist in GarlandOur dental referral specialist can help you locate an emergency dentist near you in less than 3 minutes.
Garland is a city with approximately 120 dentists3. You’ve probably seen more than a few when driving to work. If you need an emergency dentist, you might go to one of those, or even search through Google or Yelp for other dentists. However, it’s difficult to know if the dentists are good or not, if they are in network with your insurance, or if they have time for you without you calling first or doing extensive research. If you want to schedule an appointment worry-free, then you should call us. We are helping people get to an emergency dentist near them in cities all over the United States. Our call center is located in the US as well. If you give us a call, our dental referral specialists will schedule an appointment for you with an emergency dentist near you in Garland.
We understand not everyone has insurance, but that doesn’t mean you can’t go to the dentist. According to a research done by McKinsey & Company, more than 23% of Texans aren’t insured4. Even if you don’t have an insurance plan, dentists can help you with financing. You shouldn’t put off seeing the dentist because the longer you don’t go, the bigger the damage to your teeth, and more expensive the procedure. Regardless if you have insurance or not, we can locate an emergency dentist near you that will accept your form of payment.
Things to know before your emergency dentist appointmentPreparing for your emergency dental visit will help minimize anxiety and reduce the overall time you will have to spend at the dentist office.
Before you go to your emergency dentist appointment, you should know some things. The first one is to prepare any documents you have about your insurance, like your insurance card. The next one is to get your dental records and give them to your dentist. If you don’t have them, ask your previous dentist to make you a copy, which you can directly forward to your new dentist. If you’re seeing the same dentist you don’t need to have a copy of your dental records, but you should have something else ready. It’s the list of problems you have had since your last dental visit. Write down each time you’ve had a toothache, something lodged between your teeth and had problems getting it out, sensitivity to hot or cold, or bleeding gums. These will help your dentist focus more on recurring problems and let him get to a solution easier than if he has to find out on his own. If you don’t tell your dentist exactly what problems you’re experiencing, it’s possible that he won’t find out by just checking your teeth, because the problem can be somewhere where he can’t see, like inside the tooth.
Arrive early to your dentist appointment if you don’t want to feel in a rush. It’s not comfortable for both you and the dentist to have to sit in the dentist’s chair as soon as you walk into the office because you’re late. Get there 15 minutes early so you can get to know the staff and fill out any forms they might have for you.
Get a walk-in emergency dentist appointment todayCall us to schedule you an appointment with an emergency dentist near you in less than 3 minutes.
Walk-in dentists are not easy to find these days. It’s because most of them work by appointment only. It’s difficult for the dentist to accept you for an emergency procedure if he doesn’t have your dental records, your insurance information, he doesn’t know how much time he will need, or how serious is your situation, and on top of that he has a full schedule. That would also mean he would have to postpone or cancel other patients’ appointments, risking bad reviews or patients switching to another dentist. The chances are high the staff at the office will ask you to make an appointment if you come there unannounced, expecting the dentist to take you in immediately. Some dentists, in fact, do leave some time for walk-ins during the week, but it’s never certain you will come at that exact time. Your safest bet is to call the dentist prior to going there.
If you plan to call a dentist before going there, asking for a walk-in, it’s smarter to try our service. We are working with many dentist offices in Garland, which means we have access to their appointment books. If you call us in the middle of the night, asking for an emergency dentist, we will find you one, or schedule an appointment first thing in the morning, even if the dentist office is closed. The best thing about our service is that it’s completely free, and we will schedule an appointment for you in less than three minutes.
Top emergency dentist procedures in GarlandLearn about common dental emergencies and treatments.
One of the top emergency procedures in Texas is a knocked out tooth. If your tooth gets knocked out, never touch the root. Hold it by the head and rinse it under warm water. After that, try to put it back into its socket and bite down gently until you get to an emergency dentist. If you can’t do that, put the tooth into a milk-filled container and go to a dentist. The faster you get to the dentist, the more chances he has of putting it back into the socket and saving it. Another emergency procedure is a lost or a chipped crown. Don’t throw it away if it fell out, because the dentist might be able to reinstall it onto your tooth, saving you the money of buying a new one. If you do need a new one, we can find an emergency dentist near you that can make a CEREC crown in less than a day.
|Insurance Provider||Plan Type||Monthly Cost Range|
|AARP5||PPO||$43.32 - $63.93|
|Ameritas6||n/a||$19.50 - $67.81|
|Delta Dental7||PPO||$18.50 - $42.25|
|Humana8||PPO||$19.99 - $30.99|
|MetLife9||PPO||$33.62 - $42.36|
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- American Dental Association (2015). Oral Health and Well-Being in Texas. Oral Health and Well-Being in the United States. [online] American Dental Association's Health Policy Institute. Available at: https://www.ada.org/en/science-research/health-policy-institute/oral-health-and-well-being/Texas-facts
- Texas Dental Costs. (2017, June 1). Retrieved from https://www.bracesinfo.com/dentalcosts/us/tx.html Dental prices estimated from data gathered by the US Bureau Of Labor Statistics, by the American Dental Association and by ACCRA (American Chamber of Commerce Research Association).
- Professionally Active Dentists. (2017, Oct.). Retrieved from https://www.kff.org/other/state-indicator/total-dentists/?activeTab=maptTimeframe=0&selectedDistributions=total-dentists&sortModel=%7B%22colId%22%3A%22Total Dentists%22%2C%22sort%22%3A%22asc%22%7D
- U.S. News & World Report. (2017). Best States - Texas. Available at: https://www.usnews.com/news/best-states/texas
- Pricing data from: https://www.aarp.org
- Pricing data from: https://www.ameritas.com
- Pricing data from: https://www.deltadental.com
- Pricing data from: https://www.humana.com
- Pricing data from: https://www.metlife.com