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Phoenix is the fifth largest city in the US, and the largest city in the state of Arizona. It has a population of around 1.6 million. The Phoenix metropolitan area has over 4.3 million people living there. Arizona has just over 3,600 dentists1, meaning if you live in Phoenix, you will find one fairly easy since most of them work here. If you want to locate a dentist near you and schedule an appointment in the fastest time possible, give us a call at 1-800-336-8478. Our dental referral specialists will take your call and schedule an appointment with an emergency dentist near you in less than three minutes. You can call us at any time of the day because we’re open 24/7 and the call is absolutely free.

The last thing anyone wants to do during a dental emergency is spend time researching the best emergency dentists that are available to see same-day new patients, and that's what we have done for you. We've searched through the most popular online resources for reviews and dentist evaluations such as Yelp, Healthgrades, Google, Zocdoc, Vitals and more, to find the best rated emergency dentists in Phoenix. Our process is quite simple, but very time consuming. We search through thousands of consumer and patient reviews to eliminate any fake or what appears to be paid reviews, and then aggregate all of the data across the various platforms to bring you the best emergency dentists we can find. With the thousands of child dental emergencies that have come through our service, we also specialize in locating pediatric dentists to address any emergency your child may be experiencing. If you are looking for a dentist near you in Phoenix, browse some of the listings below, or call us to have a trained dental operator take care of the whole process for you, free of charge. Simply call us at the number above to get in touch with our dental referral specialists to find the best emergency dentist near you.

Everything You Need To Know About Emergency Dental in Phoenix

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Emergency Dentists

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Dental Costs in Phoenix

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Important Things to Know

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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.

Best Emergency Dentists in Phoenix

Below is a listing of dentists available to take emergency dental appointments in Phoenix. We have collected data on some of the best emergency dentists, along with their bios and review ratings from around to web to help you make a better decision around choosing an emergency dentist. Call us now to book an appointment with one of these dentists, or let us find a dentist near you open now.

Biltmore Commons Dental Care

Todd Sadowski, DDS
1277 E Missouri Ave
Phoenix, AZ 85014
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4.93 stars
2419 total reviews

About The Office

Biltmore Commons Dental Care is a full-service, state-of-the art dental practice in Phoenix, AZ 85014. In addition to general family dentistry, we offer the latest technologies in preventive, restorative and cosmetic dentistry. We provide an extensive range of safe, aesthetic, completely natural looking solutions to discolored, misshapen or missing teeth. We take great care in creating a smile that will suit you and will last a lifetime. Call us today if you’re looking for one of the best dental practices in Phoenix AZ and find out how Biltmore Commons Dental Care can help you smile again! The doctors and staff at Biltmore Commons Dental Care are dedicated to providing the highest level of dental care and making each visit as comfortable for our patients as possible. All procedures will be thoroughly discussed prior to the start of your care. Dr. Sadowski is a graduate of the University of Southern California, School of Dentistry, one of the nation’s leading dental schools. There, he was one of 15 chosen from over 1500 applicants to join a progressive and advanced education program. He graduated with honors while receiving the Doctorate of Dental Surgery degree. He continued his education during a one year voluntary dental residency where he received extensive specialty training. Since that time, Dr. Sadowski stays on the leading edge of dentistry through continuing education in cosmetic, implant and reconstructive dentistry. In addition to maintaining an extensive continuing education curriculum, maintaining his professional memberships and creating an innovative and leading edge dental practice, Dr. Sadowski serves in the community. The Children’s Dental Center in Los Angeles recognized Dr. Sadowski for his devoted service. In 2003, he received a distinguished service award from the AYUDA organization, an organization that provides dental service to underprivileged children. Most recently, he traveled to Mexico with other dental professionals to provide dental care to over 1,500 children.

Michael J. Radcliffe, DMD

5155 N 16th St
Phoenix, AZ 85016
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5.0 stars
38 total reviews

About The Office

Welcome to the website of Dr. Michael J. Radcliffe, a skilled and experienced dentist providing comprehensive dental care to patients across the greater Phoenix area. Patients of Dr. Radcliffe can rest assured that they are under the care of a reliable and well-respected dentist. Through dedication, personalized care and many years of experience, Dr. Radcliffe and his staff provide the highest quality of care for all patients, regardless of their needs, dental history and current condition. Dr. Radcliffe provides cosmetic, preventive and restorative services for patients of all ages. To learn more about Dr. Radcliffe and his wide range of services, please feel free to call us to schedule an appointment. Dr. Radcliffe and his staff always welcome new patients and look forward to helping them achieve a healthy and beautiful smile.

Greg M. Pafford, DDS

57 E Monterey Way
Phoenix, AZ 85012
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4.81 stars
39 total reviews

About The Office

At the office of Dr. Greg Pafford, we all feel that visiting the dentist shouldn’t be stressful or nerve racking. At our Phoenix office, the oral health of your entire family is our top priority. We understand many of our patients have fear about visiting a dentist so our staff is here to provide you and your family with the caring, gentle care that you deserve in a comfortable environment. We offer convenient appointment times, the latest in dental technology and lots of oral health education for you and the family. Our office is proud to accept most dental insurances and will work with you to make treatment affordable, easy and effective. We are a dental practice devoted to restoring and enhancing the natural beauty of your smile using conservative, state-of-the-art procedures that will result in beautiful, long lasting smiles! A standard of excellence in personalized dental care enables us to provide the quality dental services our patients deserve. We provide comprehensive treatment planning and use restorative and cosmetic dentistry to achieve your optimal dental health. Should a dental emergency occur, we make every effort to see and care for you as soon as possible. Building a foundation of trust by treating our patients as special individuals is vital to our success. We understand how uneasy some patients can feel about their dental visits, and we know that we can make a difference by providing a relaxing and positive experience. Our entire team is dedicated to providing you with excellent, personalized care and service to make your visits as comfortable and pleasant as possible. We thank you for allowing us to take care of your dental needs and look forward to serving you. Make an appointment today…..we’ll give you a reason to smile!

Joseph H. Davis, DDS

3003 N Central Ave
Phoenix, AZ 85012
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5.0 stars
40 total reviews

About The Office

If you’re looking to find a dentist in Phoenix that takes your dental concerns seriously, we want your search to end with us. We hope to gain your trust with your oral healthcare needs, rest assured that you’ll get the quality, gentle dental care you deserve. At Joseph H. Davis, DDS, PC, & Associates we understand that trying to find a Phoenix dentist you can trust can be daunting. There is no shortage of dentists in Phoenix, and how can you be sure which one is right for you? Because of the decades of family and cosmetic dentistry experience we have, we’re familiar with the concerns many patients have when searching for the right Phoenix dentist. We understand that going to the dentist isn’t easy for everyone. For some, dental anxiety is so severe that it keeps them from visiting the dentist altogether. Avoiding the dentist completely can end up being very costly, and even worse, detrimental to your health. We know that your life is full of obligations and spending your time in our waiting room takes you away from them. We don’t like wasting our time in waiting rooms, and we won’t ask you to waste your time in ours. We never double-book appointments, which allows us to stay on schedule and minimize the time you spend away from family, work, and other commitments. Our general dentist, hygienists and staff want you to be at ease. Whether you visit us for a Phoenix cosmetic dentistry procedure, a new set of veneers, dental implants, or a simple dental exam, our goal is to provide you with gentle dental care you can trust. We offer a full range of family and cosmetic dental procedures at our Phoenix dental practice, and they’re all backed by more than 40 years of combined dental experience.

Arizona Biltmore Dentistry

Aaron Jeziorski, DMD
2777 E Camelback Road
Suite 101
Phoenix, AZ 85016
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4.98 stars
279 total reviews

About The Office

Look, we know if you had your choice of a round of golf at the Biltmore or an appointment for a cleaning with your dentist, you’d choose the round of golf. We understand. Luckily, Dr. Aaron Jeziorski is improving the dental experience. In fact, it's not uncommon for him to give patients his personal cell phone number. Yes, seeing the dentist can be a chore, but one that will have a positive, lasting impact on your overall health. Dr. Jeziorski’s team here in Phoenix will make you feel comfortable, and leave with an ear-to-ear smile. Dr. Aaron Jeziorski is an Arizona native and even went to school at The Arizona School of Dentistry and Oral Health (near Phoenix). Dr. J discusses in this video how your dental health and your overall well-being are connected. Dr. J makes himself available for his dental patients by providing convenient hours for you and even offers his cell phone to answer any questions you may have. If you're looking for a dentist in Phoenix that cares deeply about your dental health, Arizona Biltmore Dentistry is here for you.

Average Dental Treatment Prices in Phoenix, AZ

Everyone dislikes dealing with a dental emergency, and besides the headache of the discomfort, there are the dental emergency costs to deal with. In order to help you better prepare for your dental emergency visit, we have provided a list of common procedures and their associated average cost. While procedure cost will vary from dentist to dentist, the prices below represent average costs you might expect to pay for dentistry in Phoenix, AZ2.

Dental Category Procedure Average Cost
Preventive Care X-ray (single) $19
X-ray (bitewing) $63
X-ray (complete) $136
Adult cleaning $95
Tooth sealant $48
Fillings Silver amalgam $140
Composite resin (front teeth) $133
Composite resin (rear teeth) $134
Inlays One surface $585
Two surface $765
Three surface $1,001
Veneers Bonded plastic veneers $465
Porcelain veneers $957
Root Canal (Endodontics) Anterior root canal $682
Bicuspid root canal $825
Molar root canal $1,044
Periodontics Perio exam & x-rays $280
Scaling & root planing (quadrant) $350
Gingivectomy (single tooth) $270
Gingivectomy (quadrant) $840
Pedicle graft $821
Free gingival graft $846
Periodontal maintenance $236
Oral Surgery Simple extraction (per tooth) $142
Surgical extraction $274
Dental implant $2,697
Wisdom teeth (impacted) $651
Crowns Porcelain crown (metal) $978
Porcelain crown (gold) $1,265
Gold crown $1,210
Dentures Complete denture (upper) $1,540
Complete denture (lower) $1,586
Partial denture (non-metal) $1,114
Partial denture (metal) $1,731

How To Find a 24/7 Emergency Dentist in Phoenix

We've taken the guesswork out of finding a nearby dentist in emergency situations. Our trained dental referral specialists will make sure you have a same-day booked appointment with a qualified dentist.

Phoenix has around 840 dentists1, which will make finding a dentist not that difficult. There are many ways to search for a dentist, including Google Maps and Yelp. They both give you phone numbers, addresses and reviews of the dentist offices near you. However, if you want to avoid searching for a dentist that’s open and can take you in for an emergency procedure, call us. We are working with a great number of dentists across the US, and many of them are in Arizona. Our dental referral specialists can take your phone call at any time of the day, or even on a holiday and locate an emergency dentist that’s open and can immediately take you in for an emergency procedure.

The majority of dentists work only on weekdays. You will rarely find one that works at night, or on a weekend. According to the American Dental Association, only 4% of dentists in the US work on Sundays, and 45% work on Saturdays3. In case you develop a dental emergency when dentist offices are closed, you can call us to locate one for you that’s open. Even if there are no dentists near you when you call us, we can schedule an appointment for you with an emergency dentist the first thing in the morning when they open. We can do this since we cooperate closely with dentist offices in Phoenix, so we have access to their appointment books.

A research done by McKinsey & Company shows that 41% of adults in Arizona haven’t had a dental visit in the last 12 months4. Without preventive care, your teeth are in danger of developing serious problems. Most people think that brushing and flossing your teeth after meals is enough, but unfortunately it isn’t. You should go to the dentist every six months, which will help you because the dentist will be able to diagnose any dental problem you might have, before you need an extensive and costly treatment. Insurance companies also realize that preventive care will save your teeth, but your money as well. That’s why they include 2 free checkups and cleanings per year in most of their insurance plans. It is much less expensive to regularly go to the dentist, and possibly get a filling, instead of waiting to get a toothache, and have to get a root canal and install a crown. Call us to locate a dentist near you that can check your teeth before you develop a dental emergency.

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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.

You should prepare your dental records before your emergency dentist appointment. The dentist can see your previous condition and can know how to treat you better, if he sees your dental records. If you’re seeing the same dentist he will have them, but if you’re going to a new one, call your previous dentist to arrange the transfer or to obtain a copy of them. Tell the dentist if you have experienced any discomfort since your last visit. If you’ve had bleeding gums, a toothache that suddenly appears and disappears, extreme sensitivity to hot or cold, of food that always gets lodged in the same place between your teeth. The dentist can then focus more on these problems, even if the tooth looks healthy on the outside.

Arrive early to your dentist appointment because it feels better if you can sit down and relax before your treatment starts than if you have to sit in the dentist’s chair as soon as you enter the office. Arriving early will also give you time to fill out the forms the staff gives you, and get used to the surroundings. Another way to prepare for your dentist appointment is to get a good night’s sleep, because you will be in a better mood, which means you will be less anxious. Don’t drink sugary or caffeinated beverages because they will make you more nervous, making it even more difficult for you to get through your dentist treatment if you’re suffering from dental anxiety. If you’re afraid of the dentist, you should either tell us when calling to schedule you an appointment or inform the staff at the office. We can find you a dentist that uses sedation to make you relax. Also, if the dentist knows about your situation, he will use various techniques to reduce your anxiety level. If you have a friend in the waiting room while you’re having your procedure done, you will feel better because you will know someone is there for you. Bring your headphones and listen to music if you don’t like the sound of the drill. Finally, bring something to hold on to during the procedure, like a stress relief ball, or a toy for children.

Remember to talk to your dentist about your dental hygiene habits and products you’re using for cleaning your teeth. The dentist will probably have some suggestions, and will tell you if you’re doing anything wrong. Inform the dentist if you have had any changes in health since your last visit, if you’re pregnant, or if you’re taking any medication or supplements. Some people might have to stop taking their medication for the sedation to work, or might even have to take additional medication before the appointment. Finally, ask the dentist how long you need to wait to start eating after your procedure ends.

Get A Walk-In Emergency Dentist Appointment Today

We specialize in locating a dentist near you that is available to take you in for an immediate appointment on the same day. Your emergency concierge is just a phone call away.

Nowadays, walk-in dentists are working by appointment only, meaning the majority of them will turn you away if you come to the office without calling first or scheduling an appointment. One reason is that checking what kind of insurance plan you have can take a long time, making it impossible for the staff at the dentist office to give you an accurate pricing. Dentists can sometimes perform a checkup and cleaning on one patient, while the other is waiting for his anesthesia to take effect. Dentists need to have a well-planned schedule if they want to work on two patients like this. Finally, busy schedules don’t allow dentists to take in people who come in unannounced. If you’re experiencing a dental emergency, the dentist has to choose between turning you away, or postponing or canceling other patients’ appointments for you. This puts the dentist in an uncomfortable situation because he risks bad reputation and reviews either way. An easier way to immediately locate a dentist near you if you have a dental emergency is to call us.

Our dental referral agents are working from a call center based in the US, and can answer any kind of question you have concerning dental health. We can find a dentist that is in network with your insurance, or that accepts your form of payment. If you’re worried about the cost, we can locate a dentist for you that gives help with financing. According to the American Dental Association, out of those people that haven’t been to the dentist in the last 12 months, 66% name the cost as the main reason5. The cost of seeing the dentist will be much lower if you regularly go to check your teeth because it means you will discover a problem while it’s still minor.

Top Emergency Dental Procedures in Phoenix

No single procedure defines a dental emergency, but the treatments listed below are most commonly encountered during emergency dental visits.

Around 17% of people that haven’t had a dental visit in the past year say it’s because they’re afraid of the dentist, according to a research done by the American Dental Association5. When calling us to schedule an appointment, tell us if you want us to locate a dentist that uses sedation. We can locate a dentist that uses several types of sedation, such as general anesthesia, IV sedation, laughing gas, or sedation through oral medication.

If you’re having bleeding gums, or you need to get an emergency root canal treatment, don’t take painkillers such as aspiring or ibuprofen prior to your appointment. These only thin your blood, making your bleed even more during your treatment. Instead, take medicine such as acetaminophen. It’s an over-the-counter medicine that you can find in most pharmacies. Other top emergency procedures in Phoenix are treatment of a chipped or a fractured tooth. Even if a chipped tooth doesn’t seem like it’s a dental emergency, an infection can easily develop, making the procedure more costly and the risk of you losing your tooth higher. Besides an infection, when a tooth gets chipped, it also become structurally weaker, meaning a fracture can occur.

Chipped Tooth

The most common dental emergency in the US is a chipped tooth. While it may not seem like a dental emergency, you should still seek out a dentist as soon as possible because your condition might get worse over time. If a tooth has already had extensive restoration, such as a filling, the chances are higher of it getting damaged, especially when biting down on hard foods. It can also get chipped because you’re grinding your teeth, which is a condition called bruxism. A chipped tooth that has been left untreated for too long can result in an infection of the nerve and pulp of your tooth. A root canal treatment will be needed in case of a serious infection. If a tooth has been chipped, there are chances of it breaking, because it is already weakened.

Broken or Fractured Tooth

One of the most common types of dental emergencies is a broken tooth. A broken tooth can result from a number of reasons including: cracks or chips from biting down on a hard object, severe facial impact from an accident, sports injury, a fall, dental decay that has weakened the tooth over time, or a dental filling that has weakened the tooth structure around it. The severity of the break will vary from minor cracks, to a tooth that has been broken down to the root, causing severe pain. If you are experiencing the latter, rinse your mouth thoroughly with water, and cover the tooth with gauze to help stop any bleeding. Next, place an ice pack on your mouth or face if there was an impact that caused the break, and call a dentist immediately. If you do not have a dentist, call us to get connected to an emergency dentist near you 24/7.

Loose Tooth

If a child with baby teeth has a loose tooth, it is perfectly normal. However, if an adult’s tooth is loose, it's a different story and can mean several things. One of them is trauma to the tooth structure caused over time by grinding or clenching your teeth too much. Another common reason for your tooth becoming loose is due to gum disease, where the bacterial plaque causes an infection that weakens gum attachment to the teeth. This can occur if your dental hygiene habits are poor. Some symptoms of gum disease are bleeding or sore gums, pus around the tooth, gum recession, bleeding during brushing your teeth, or your gums becoming red or purple. Besides practicing good oral hygiene, eating healthy and exercising can boost your immune system, which will in turn protect you from this condition.

Knocked Out Tooth

Whether it's due to a contact sport injury or any type of accident, a knocked out tooth is very serious. In case your tooth gets knocked out, pick it up by the crown or the head. Don’t touch the root if you want to have the best chance of getting it placed back into its socket by a dentist. After picking it up, carefully rinse it with water, but don’t scrub it or use soap to clean it. The tooth should be kept moist so try to put it back into its socket and bite down gently until you get to an emergency dentist. If you can’t put it back in, put it in a milk filled container, not water. Immediately see an emergency dentist near you because waiting longer than 30 minutes will decrease chances of the dentist saving it. If you can’t find an endodontist, who specializes in saving teeth, call us as soon as possible to locate one near you and we'll take care of scheduling your appointment.

Lost or Broken Filling

Fillings fall out in most cases because there is decay under them, and they cause the tooth to change shape, making the filling not fit the tooth anymore. One of the most important things to do when your filling falls out is for you not to swallow or bite down on it. In case it’s an amalgam, composite or glass ionomer filling, which is most of fillings these days, you can throw it away. If you haven’t swallowed it and it’s a ceramic inlay or gold filling, the dentist can put it back in its original place. If your tooth becomes sensitive to pressure, or hot or cold temperature after losing a filling, it is very likely that your dentil tubules have been exposed. They are the connection to the pulp of your tooth. You should try to avoid chewing with the side of the mouth where the dentils are exposed, and see a dentist to cover them with a new filling. If you don’t see a dentist immediately, make sure you clean your tooth very well because harmful bacteria can accumulate and harm your tooth even more.

Chipped or Broken Crown

A chipped or broken crown is not an uncommon occurrence, and should be addressed immediately in order to prevent additional complications from taking root. A crown is a protective overlay that is placed on top of a tooth, and without the protection of the crown, a tooth is susceptible to further decay and damage. You may also experience moderate discomfort and sensitivity in the event that your crown has been severely damaged or completely fallen off. If your crown is chipped or broken, rinse your mouth with warm water, and don’t eat on that side of the mouth until you go to the dentist, just in case something gets lodged there. Chips on crowns made of porcelain can in many cases be repaired using composite resin, thereby saving you the cost of having a new crown made. However, if the chip or crack on the crown is severe enough, your dentist will need to have a new crown made in order to prevent further damage to your tooth due to lack of protection from the damaged crown.

Impacted Wisdom Teeth

An impacted wisdom tooth is one that grows in at an awkward angle or doesn’t have enough room to emerge. Over 60% of wisdom teeth are impacted, so don’t worry if it happens to you. You might not even realize you have impacted wisdom teeth until your gums start to swell or hurt. Some other symptoms are jaw pain, difficulty opening your mouth, bad breath, and bleeding gums. If not treated, wisdom teeth that are impacted can cause pain, gum infection, or damage to other teeth because it’s pushing them too much. Wisdom teeth have the highest risk of tooth decay due to them being the last tooth in your mouth, or only partially erupted. Food and bacteria can easily get stuck between the tooth and the gums, possibly leading to an infection. You will most likely need to visit an oral surgeon to remove the impacted tooth.

Dental Insurance Plans Available to Phoenix Residents

The insurance plan pricing below provides an estimated range of monthly premiums based on type of coverage for some of the most popular plans in the Phoenix area.

Insurance Provider Plan Type Monthly Cost Range
AARP6 PPO $43 - $64
HMO (prepaid) $31
Ameritas7 n/a $19 - $68
Blue Cross Blue Shield8 HMO $18 - $35
Delta Dental9 PPO $27 - $47
Humana10 PPO $20 - $32
MetLife11 PPO $29 - $37

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