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Orlando, or as the locals call it, The City Beautiful, is a destination for tourists all over the world. It’s not only because of the Universal Studios Florida theme park, but also because of Walt Disney World, which consists of four theme parks, two water parks, gold courses, and much more. Annually over 52 million people visit this vacation resort. Of course, with this many people going through the city, there will be some looking for a dentist. Whether you’re one of the tourists going to Walt Disney World, or a resident of Orlando, we can help you find a dentist near you. Even in case of a dental emergency, just give us a call at 1-800-336-8478 and we will help you find an emergency dentist near you.

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Emergency Treatments in Orlando

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Dental Costs

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Important Things To Know

Find out some useful things to know before going to the dentist for an emergency appointment.

Walk-In Dental Visits

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Top Emergency Procedures

Here are some things you can do at home when a dental emergency occurs.

Average Dental Treatment Prices in Orlando

While prices will vary from dentist to dentist, the prices below are average pricing in the city of Orlando, FL1.
Dental Category Procedure Average Cost
Preventive Care X-ray (single) $18.66
X-ray (bitewing) $60.42
X-ray (complete) $131.24
Adult cleaning $91.29
Tooth sealant $45.89
Fillings Silver amalgam $134.87
Composite resin (front teeth) $127.61
Composite resin (rear teeth) $129.42
Inlays One surface $563.39
Two surface $735.89
Three surface $962.87
Veneers Bonded plastic veneers $447.18
Porcelain veneers $921.10
Root Canal (Endodontics) Anterior root canal $656.00
Bicuspid root canal $794.00
Molar root canal $1,004.63
Periodontics Perio exam & x-rays $269.24
Scaling & root planing (quadrant) $336.42
Gingivectomy (single tooth) $260.16
Gingivectomy (quadrant) $808.53
Pedicle graft $790.37
Free gingival graft $813.97
Periodontal maintenance $227.47
Oral Surgery Simple extraction (per tooth) $136.68
Surgical extraction $263.79
Dental implant $2,595.26
Wisdom teeth (impacted) $626.49
Crowns Porcelain crown (metal) $941.08
Porcelain crown (gold) $1,217.08
Gold crown $1,164.42
Dentures Complete denture (upper) $1,482.18
Complete denture (lower) $1,525.76
Partial denture (non-metal) $1,071.81
Partial denture (metal) $1,665.58

How to find a 24/7 emergency dentist in Orlando

Our dental referral specialist can help you locate an emergency dentist near you in less than 3 minutes.

Find an emergency dentist open 24/7 in OrlandoIf you find yourself in Orlando and you need to see a dentist, you have many options, especially because approximately 140 dentists work there2. From googling for one, to reading reviews on Yelp, you can find a dentist without many difficulties. If you want to find a quality dentist that can take you in for an emergency procedure, then you should call us. We have a US based call center full of referral agents who are waiting on your call so they can schedule an appointment with an emergency dentist in Orlando near you. Since we work closely with many dentists in Orlando, we have access to their appointment books. That means that if the dentist office near you is closed, and you call asking for an appointment, we can automatically schedule one for you without calling the dentist first. We can even find a dentist for you on a weekend, when most dentist offices are closed. According to the American Dental Association, 45% of dentists are open on Saturdays, and only 4% of them work on Sundays3. Our service is better than any other you can find because we will locate an emergency dentist near you in less than three minutes. We can find a dentist that is in network with your insurance, or if you don’t have any, accepts your other form of payment.

For those unsure if you’re experiencing a dental emergency or not, here are some pointers. You’re having a dental emergency if your crown is chipped or it fell out, if you have facial swelling, a broken jaw, or bleeding gums, or if your tooth is chipped, fractured or knocked out.

Things to know before your emergency dentist appointment

Preparing for your emergency dental visit will help minimize anxiety and reduce the overall time you will have to spend at the dentist office.

Checklist prior to visiting an emergency dentist in OrlandoIf you are one of millions of Americans who have dental anxiety, make sure you tell the dentist. Knowing you’re afraid will let the dentist approach you differently. Nitrous oxide, better known as laughing gas is used for some patients that are afraid. For others, the dentist will explain every step of the treatment process, guiding you through various stages of the procedure so you’re not afraid of what’s coming next. In order to get you distracted, the dentist will talk to the assistant about non-dental related issues. Some dental offices have TVs you can watch, so you don’t think about what the dentist is doing.

There are also ways you can keep your anxiety to a minimum. If you don’t like the sound of the drill, bring headphones and listen to your favorite music. Just make sure you don’t nod your head along with it. Little children can bring a toy to the dentist so they can squeeze on it during the procedure. Just like children, adults can bring something like a stress relief ball to have with them too.

Make sure to tell the dentist if you’re in pain. Most people are too proud to tell the dentist that they still feel pain even though they received anesthesia. Also, breathe normally during your treatment. Some people are so afraid of the dentist that they will hold their breath, hoping for pain to go away. They are doing the reverse of what they’re planning to achieve because the body is lacking oxygen this way, driving it into a state of panic.

Get a walk-in emergency dentist appointment today

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Emergency dentist walk-in visit in Orlando without an appointmentDentists used to accept walk-ins regularly some time ago. Unfortunately, nowadays things have changed. The majority of dentists now accept patients by appointment only. There are many reasons for this but the biggest one is that dentists are simply too busy. Dentists may sometimes work on two patients at once. One can be waiting for his anesthesia to take effect, while the dentist is performing a checkup and cleaning on another one. Making a schedule like this takes great precision if the dentist doesn’t want anyone to wait for too long. This wouldn’t be possible if a patient would unexpectedly show up. Scheduled appointments are necessary if a dentist office wants to run smoothly. Exactly for this reason, the staff at the dentist office will probably turn you away, asking to schedule an appointment for a later time. Also, if the dentist has a busy schedule and you come with a dental emergency, you’re putting the dentist in a bad situation, because he wants to help you, but he would have to postpone or cancel other patients’ appointments. Whatever he does in this situation, he is risking bad reputation and bad reviews. Therefore, schedule an appointment instead of going to a dentist for a walk-in.

The easiest way is to call us to schedule an appointment for you. We will locate an emergency dentist near you in less than three minutes, saving you the trouble and the time of doing it yourself.

Top emergency dentist procedures in Orlando

Learn about common dental emergencies and treatments.

Illustration of top dental emergencies in OrlandoThere are many dental emergencies occurring daily in Orlando. A chipped or a cracked tooth are the most common ones, but there are others too. People often chip their crowns as well. A crown can fall out or completely break, requiring you to make a new one. Luckily, there are dentists that make same day crowns nowadays. Call us for more information on CEREC crowns. A knocked out tooth is a very common dental emergency, which you should know how to approach properly. If the tooth gets knocked out, you should pick it up by the head and rinse thoroughly. Don’t touch the root of the tooth because it may have tissue that will help the dentist successfully put it back into its socket. Put the tooth into a container filled with milk, and see an emergency dentist quickly if you want to save it.

Dental Insurance Plans Available in Orlando

The insurance plan pricing below provides an estimated range of monthly premiums based on type of coverage.
Insurance Provider Plan Type Monthly Cost Range
AARP4 PPO $43.32 - $63.93
HMO (prepaid) $35.08
Ameritas5 n/a $10.73 - $59.50
Blue Cross Blue Shield6 HMO $25.35 - $34.47
Delta Dental7 PPO $21.57 - $48.79
DHMO (prepaid) $8.92
Humana8 PPO $11.99 - $30.49
MetLife9 PPO $29.30 - $37.13
  1. Orlando Dental Costs. (2017, June 1). Retrieved from https://www.bracesinfo.com/dentalcosts/us/fl/orlando-fl.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).
  2. 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
  3. Wall, T., M.A., M.B.A., Nasseh, K., Ph.D., & Vujicic, M., Ph.D. (2014). Majority of Dental-Related Emergency Department Visits Lack Urgency and Can Be Diverted to Dental Offices. Retrieved from https://www.ada.org/en/~/media/ADA/Science%20and%20Research/HPI/Files/HPIBrief_0814_1
  4. Pricing data from: https://www.aarp.org
  5. Pricing data from: https://www.ameritas.com
  6. Pricing data from: https://www.bcbs.com
  7. Pricing data from: https://www.deltadental.com
  8. Pricing data from: https://www.humana.com
  9. Pricing data from: https://www.metlife.com