Find An Emergency Dentist in IrvingOur dental referral specialist can help you locate an emergency dentist near you in less than 3 minutes.
Irving, Texas has almost the same population as one of its neighbors, Garland. Irving is home to many Fortune 500 companies, such as ExxonMobil and Kimberly-Clark. We looked up some information about Irving, and we found that 19% of people in Texas that haven’t been to the dentist in the last 12 months say it’s because they have trouble finding a dentist, according to the American Dental Association1. Since around 235,000 people live in Irving, we presume that many of them are having trouble finding a dental office as well. If you are one of them, and especially if you’re facing a dental emergency, call us at 1-800-336-8478. Since, we are working closely with a great number of dental offices, we are your best option for finding an emergency dentist near you in Irving.
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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 IrvingOur dental referral specialist can help you locate an emergency dentist near you in less than 3 minutes.
There are many conditions that are considered to be dental emergencies. A knocked out tooth, a chipped or a fractured tooth, swollen or bleeding gums, a chipped or a lost crown, and facial swelling caused by an abscess are all reasons enough for you to see an emergency dentist. Even if you have an unbearable toothache, you should search for a dentist as soon as possible. In many of these cases, locating an emergency dentist near you fast enough will result in your tooth being saved.
Irving has over 110 dentists3, so if you’re searching for a dental office, you won’t have too many difficulties finding one. Googling for one or using Google Maps to locate a dentist near you is always an option, but even if you go to other websites, you won’t get the service you get with us. Our service is completely free of charge, and we guarantee you we will locate a dentist near you in Irving and schedule an appointment in less than three minutes. We don’t need more time than that to gather all your information, including what kind of insurance plan you have, and schedule an appointment at an emergency dentist near you. We can find a dentist that is in network with your insurance, or accepts any other form of payment. If financing is a problem, we have dental offices that can help with that as well. Our lines are open 24/7, so you can call us even in the middle of the night.
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 get to your emergency dentist appointment you should prepare well and what that means is first you have to get your dental records. They help the dentist see what previous treatments you had, and what kind of condition may have arisen from your last visit. Call your previous dentist to give you a copy of the dental records, which you can automatically forward to the new dentist. Besides dental records, also prepare your insurance card, and any documents related to it. If you don’t have insurance, or need help with financing, call your dentist to ask about it before you have the appointment.
Try to get a good night’s sleep the night before your dentist appointment. It will let you feel energized and feel less anxious. Also, don’t eat or drink any sugary or caffeinated food or beverages. While they give you energy for the day, they also raise levels of your anxiety.
A list of questions to ask the dentist will help you out as well. You can tell the dentist about your oral hygiene habits and ask if he thinks you should improve them. Ask him about recommendations on tooth cleaning products. Don’t forget to ask how long you have to wait until you eat or drink after the procedure. Finally, tell the dentist about any medication or supplements you might be taking, and if you should take any supplements or make any changes to your diet.
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.
Finding a walk-in dentist is not as easy as it was before. Even though there are many dentists in Irving, most of them don’t accept walk-ins. If you try showing up at the office asking for a walk-in, the staff at the office will most likely ask you to make an appointment, instead of taking you in for a treatment right away. According to a research done by McKinsey & Company, 42% of adults in Texas haven’t been to the dentist in the past 12 or more months4. If you don’t go to the dentist at least twice a year, the chances are high your teeth will develop problems, and ultimately you will experience a dental emergency. If you have an insurance plan, you’re probably covered to go to the dentist for a checkup and cleaning every six months. Even insurance companies know that preventive care is the best way to save your teeth, and keep your costs low.
If you call our number, which is absolutely free, you will be forwarded to our dental referral specialists, who will locate an emergency dentist for you in less than three minutes. This makes us your best option to find a dentist and schedule an appointment. Since we cooperate with many dentists in Irving, we have access to their appointment books, letting us book an appointment for you even when the office is closed. Don’t risk getting turned away, but rather call us if you want an appointment scheduled as soon as possible.
Top emergency dentist procedures in IrvingLearn about common dental emergencies and treatments.
One of the top dental emergencies in Irving is a chipped tooth. While not considered an immediate emergency, it should get repaired before more damage to the tooth occurs. A fractured tooth should be looked at by the dentist immediately if you want to save it. Rinse your mouth with warm water if your tooth is cracked, then put some ice on it. If your tooth gets knocked out, wash it with warm water, but don’t touch the root. Put in in a milk filled container and go to an emergency dentist. For a chipped or a lost crown, you should also see a dentist as soon as possible because your tooth will be sensitive to hot or cold, and you don’t want your tooth under the crown to receive more damage.
|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