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Pittsburgh is the second largest city in Pennsylvania, after Philadelphia, with a population of 306,000. The Steel City is known for having over 300 steel related businesses. Voted one of the most livable cities in the US for a number of years, the city is also known for its sports such as MLB’s Pirates, NHL’s Penguins, and NFL’s Steelers. Whether you’re in Pittsburgh for work, to see the games, or you’re a resident, in case of a dental emergency you should know that your best choice is to call us. We can locate an emergency dentist for you, and schedule you an appointment in less than three minutes, making us the best on the market.

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Dental Costs

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Important Things To Know

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Walk-In Dental Visits

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Top Emergency Procedures

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Average Dental Treatment Prices in Pittsburgh

While prices will vary from dentist to dentist, the prices below are average pricing in the city of Pittsburgh, PA1.
Dental Category Procedure Average Cost
Preventive Care X-ray (single) $20.50
X-ray (bitewing) $66.51
X-ray (complete) $144.52
Adult cleaning $100.51
Tooth sealant $50.51
Fillings Silver amalgam $148.52
Composite resin (front teeth) $140.52
Composite resin (rear teeth) $142.52
Inlays One surface $620.59
Two surface $810.62
Three surface $1,060.65
Veneers Bonded plastic veneers $492.57
Porcelain veneers $1,014.65
Root Canal (Endodontics) Anterior root canal $722.60
Bicuspid root canal $874.63
Molar root canal $1,106.66
Periodontics Perio exam & x-rays $296.54
Scaling & root planing (quadrant) $370.55
Gingivectomy (single tooth) $286.54
Gingivectomy (quadrant) $890.63
Pedicle graft $870.63
Free gingival graft $896.63
Periodontal maintenance $250.54
Oral Surgery Simple extraction (per tooth) $150.52
Surgical extraction $290.54
Dental implant $2,858.91
Wisdom teeth (impacted) $690.10
Crowns Porcelain crown (metal) $1,036.65
Porcelain crown (gold) $1,340.69
Gold crown $1,282.69
Dentures Complete denture (upper) $1,632.74
Complete denture (lower) $1,680.74
Partial denture (non-metal) $1,180.67
Partial denture (metal) $1,834.77

Emergency Dental Office in Pittsburgh

Below is a listing of dentists available to take emergency appointments in Pittsburgh. Call us now to book an appointment with one of these dentists, or let us find you a dentist near you.

Gleason Family Dentistry

Paul J. Gleason, DMD
6314 Forbes Ave
Pittsburgh, PA 15217
4.60 stars
59 total reviews

About The Office

Over the last 25 years, Paul J. Gleason, D.M.D. Family Dentistry has grown into a vibrant, technologically advanced dental practice with many expanded services. From routine cleanings and fillings to cosmetic dentistry, we are equipped to handle all of your family's dental needs. The core value guiding our practice is that every patient is an individual with distinct needs, not just a number on a chart. Our team is committed to providing our patients with exceptional, state-of the-art dental care in a caring and comfortable environment. We offer same-day emergency care and new patients are always welcome! Dr. Paul J. Gleason received a Bachelor of Science in 1982 from the University of Pittsburgh, a Doctor of Dental Medicine degree from University of Pittsburgh School of Dental Medicine in 1986, and has been a member of the Pittsburgh Dental Research Club. Since opening his practice in 1987, Dr. Gleason has made it a priority to incorporate the latest dental technology, including digital x-rays, CEREC single-visit crowns, and advanced dental imaging to ensure that your dental treatment is safe, efficient and long lasting.


Christopher P. Hayner, DMD

411 Seventh Ave
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
4.92 stars
107 total reviews

About The Office

Located in the Chamber of Commerce Building in Downtown, Pittsburgh is the comfortably designed environment where you will be greeted by a friendly, knowledgeable staff. Within the office, Dr. Hayner stays current with modern dentistry in order to bring you an outstanding dental experience using only state-of-the-art tools and methodology. This is not only for your comfort and safety, but also for the most accurate and efficient diagnoses. The patient waiting room has a home-like feel, full of modern conveniences and patient created works of art hung on the walls. Your wait will not be long before being escorted back to the top-of-line suites containing ultra-plush massaging chairs, each equipped with a side monitor and television for your comfort and enjoyment. During a checkup or new patient exam, Dr. Hayner wants you to be well informed about your individual dental care options and needs. He will take pictures of your smile using an intraoral camera, and he will display the images right on your chair side monitor. This 2-D image will show you a picture of your teeth and supporting structures, providing a more precise diagnosis of issues or potential issues which cannot be easily identified with a standard visual exam. Using the display, Dr. Hayner will explain his findings and suggest therapies to help you determine your best choice in oral care. Ask about our oral sedation techniques to see which method best suits you and the comfortable care you deserve. We want to provide you with a beautiful, confident and long lasting smile.


West Liberty Dentistry

Evan A. Hall, DDS
2985 W Liberty Ave
Pittsburgh, PA 15216
4.81 stars
59 total reviews

About The Office

Our practice provides a warm and friendly atmosphere with state of the art technology. We have been providing quality comprehensive family dental care to the Dormont and surrounding Pittsburgh communities since 1980. At West Liberty Dentistry, our team strives to provide a comfortable and stress-free dental experience. Our team of experienced and dedicated individuals works to provide patients with quality dental care in a friendly, caring environment. We take the time to listen to your goals and concerns so that we can help you achieve a healthy, beautiful smile. Dr. Hall also grew up in the Pittsburgh area, attended Penn State University and then Howard University Dental School. Before joining our practice in October 2013, he completed the General Dentistry Residence Program at Allegheny General Hospital.


Uptown Dental

Betty Jo Hirschfield Louik, DMD
733 Washington Rd
Pittsburgh, PA 15228
4.99 stars
140 total reviews

About The Office

Thank you for visiting the website of Betty Jo Hirschfield Louik, DMD and Megan M. Huyett, DMD. Our website provides information we hope will help you become familiar with our practice. Drs. Hirschfield Louik and Huyett and their staff are passionate about providing you with a pleasant visit and results that you’re proud to speak of and share with a beautiful smile. Preschoolers to seniors enjoy the benefits of our wide-ranging services. When it comes to making a good impression, your smile is your calling card. Its beauty, warmth, and elegance tell people a lot about you. Preserving the splendor of your smile is an investment in who you are. Our office coordinator, Carol, is ready to help you with questions about scheduling, financial policy and insurance, and to make that part of the process as simple and seamless as possible. Dr. Hirschfield has practiced in her same location since 1987. She loves working in the community she has called home most of her life, and enjoys sharing her love of dentistry and her love for the community in and outside the office. As you become familiar with our practice, we hope Dr. Betty Jo’s enthusiasm for your health, comfort, well-being and a beautiful smile shines through.


Shadyside Dentistry

Larry Leahy, DMD
5888 1/2 Ellsworth Ave
Pittsburgh, PA 15232
4.71 stars
35 total reviews

About The Office

Led by Larry Leahy, DMD, Shadyside Dentistry offers comprehensive dental services using the most current technology for your comfort and care. Selected by his peers as one of Pittsburgh's top dentists, Dr. Leahy is recognized by Concordia for his continued outstanding dental services. Shadyside Dentistry treats your oral health as part of your complete health - in a comfortable, pleasant environment. We are proud to be an environmentally responsible, green dental practice - using digital X-rays and other technologically advanced, eco-friendly materials and practices. Dr Leahy's recognized expertise and 25 years of experience in dentistry keeps our patients coming back for continued care.

How to find a 24/7 emergency dentist in Pittsburgh

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Find an emergency dentist open 24/7 in PittsburghPittsburgh has approximately 180 dentists2, but that doesn’t mean it’s always easy to find one when you need him the most. Even though there are many ways you can locate a dentist like Google Maps or Yelp, when experiencing a dental emergency you don’t want to browse through websites, compare reviews, and call yourself to schedule an appointment. Instead give us a call to do all that for you. We will locate an emergency dentist for you in under three minutes.

Most dental emergencies occur during off hours when people are not working. According to the American Dental Association, 45% of dentists in the US work on Saturdays, and only 4% work on Sundays3. Considering you’ll most likely experience a dental emergency in the evening, or on a weekend, when most dentist offices are closed, it might be difficult to find one that’s open. Since we cooperate with many dentists in Pittsburgh, we have access to their appointment books. That means that you can call us in the middle of the night looking for a dentist, and we can schedule an appointment for you the first thing in the morning with an emergency dentist near you. Our lines are open 24/7 and our dental referral specialists are ready to help you with any kind of question regarding your dental emergency. From what to do before reaching the dentist, to what kind of insurance or form of payment the dentist accepts, our agents are here to help you.

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 PittsburghBringing your dental records to your dentist appointment is very important. Without them, the dentist won’t know what procedures you’ve done before, and won’t have any help with seeing what dental problems you might have developed since your last visit. If you don’t have your dental records, contact your previous dentist to get a copy. If you’re seeing the same dentist, he will have them, but you should tell him about any dental problems you’ve experienced since your last visit, such as bleeding gums, a toothache that suddenly comes and goes, or extreme sensitivity to hot or cold. Besides dental records, you should bring your insurance card. If you arrive 10 to 15 minutes early you will have time to give your insurance information to the staff at the dentist office and to fill out any forms they give you. Also you will have time to relax before your treatment begins.

Make a list of questions for the dentist before your appointment. Tell your dentist about your oral hygiene habits, and ask if he has any suggestions. Do the same for the products you’re using to clean your teeth. Inform your dentist if you’re taking any medication or supplements, and tell him about the products you’re using for cleaning your teeth. He might have some recommendations for you. Finally, ask your dentist how long you have to wait to eat or drink after the procedure.

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Emergency dentist walk-in visit in Pittsburgh without an appointmentThe majority of dentists nowadays don’t accept walk-ins. One of the main reasons for it is that they have very busy schedules. Dentists can’t take you in unless you have an appointment that you have previously scheduled. A dentist may have a time slot open but he won’t know if the time is enough to treat your dental emergency since he doesn’t know your needs. If the dentist takes you in for an emergency appointment, he might have to postpone or cancel other patients’ appointments, risking bad reputation and reviews. Instead of going to the first dentist near you, call us to locate one, and schedule an appointment for you. Our service is completely free and since we have a US based call center that’s open 24/7, you can call us any time you want.

According to the American Dental Association, 20% of people in Pennsylvania avoid smiling and experience anxiety due to the condition of their mouth and teeth4. We attribute that to lack of preventive care, which doesn’t only include brushing and flossing regularly. Going to the dentist every six months is what actually helps your teeth from going bad. Seeing a problem with your dental health in its early stages and repairing it is much better than waiting until you get a toothache or a worse condition. Seeing a dentist on a regular basis will keep your teeth healthy, and your wallet from being empty.

Top emergency dentist procedures in Pittsburgh

Learn about common dental emergencies and treatments.

Illustration of top dental emergencies in PittsburghA number of dental emergencies occur daily in Pittsburgh. One of the most common ones is a chipped tooth. While it doesn’t sound like a dental emergency, not treating it quickly can result in an infection. Same goes for a fractured tooth, but instead of an infection, you’re risking losing the tooth. A dentist can stop the crack from spreading and you will be able to use your tooth normally. A chipped crown can be repaired, provided that the tooth under the crown is not damaged as well. If you want a same day crown, tell us on the phone. We work with many dentist offices in Pittsburgh that make CEREC crowns, which are made so fast that you only need one visit, and you don’t need to put in a temporary crown until a new one is made.

Dental Insurance Plans Available in Pittsburgh

The insurance plan pricing below provides an estimated range of monthly premiums based on type of coverage.
Insurance Provider Plan Type Monthly Cost Range
AARP5 PPO $43.32 - $63.93
HMO (prepaid) $25.60
Ameritas6 n/a $16.26 - $59.50
Blue Cross Blue Shield7 PPO $18.65 - $33.38
Delta Dental8 PPO $16.30 - $35.89
Premium $17.32
Humana9 PPO $20.99 - $34.99
MetLife10 PPO $29.30 - $37.13
  1. Pittsburgh Dental Costs. (2017, June 1). Retrieved from https://www.bracesinfo.com/dentalcosts/us/pa/pittsburgh.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. American Dental Association (2015). Oral Health and Well-Being in Pennsylvania. 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/Pennsylvania-facts
  5. Pricing data from: https://www.aarp.org
  6. Pricing data from: https://www.ameritas.com
  7. Pricing data from: https://www.bcbs.com
  8. Pricing data from: https://www.deltadental.com
  9. Pricing data from: https://www.humana.com
  10. Pricing data from: https://www.metlife.com