Conveniently Located in
The Offices at The Hill Country Galleria

Emergency Dentist in Austin, TX

Man holding his mouth with tooth pain

When you’re struck by dental trauma, you need care immediately. We understand this and our doors are always open for emergency appointments. Whether you’re a new or existing patient, we’ll carefully assess your situation and create a treatment plan that provides you with relief and a long-term solution. If you need an emergency dentist, call Rigby Advanced Dental today!

Cost of Emergency Treatment

Emergency dental care is often unaccounted for in your family budget. That’s why we offer an array of financial solutions to allow you to still get the care you need. We accept several payment options, including cash, check, debit and credit cards, and dental insurance. For assistance with out-of-pocket costs, we also offer financing through CareCredit®. Whatever your budgetary needs may be, we’re ready to help you fit dental care into them!

Knocked-Out or Chipped Tooth

If you have a broken tooth or it’s been completely knocked out, retrieve all fragments of the tooth and carefully rinse them with water to rid them of debris. Ensure you don’t remove any leftover tissue. If possible, gently place the tooth back into the socket. If you’re unable to do so, place the tooth into a small container with milk and safely transport it to our office as quickly as possible.

Severe Tooth Pain

Tooth pain is often caused by leftover food particles that are lodged between teeth. Try gently flossing around the area to ensure this is not the case. If the pain persists, contact our office immediately. Whether it’s jaw pain, wisdom tooth pain, or just an abnormal tooth pain, we’ll be able to determine the root cause and help provide you with relief.

Preventing Dental Emergencies

Many dental emergencies occur during sports or physical activity. When participating, ensure you’re always wearing a custom mouthguard that protects your teeth and tongue. Other dental emergencies may be caused by neglecting your dental hygiene routine. Ensure you’re attending your biannual professional cleanings, brushing and flossing daily, and rinsing with a fluoridated mouthwash.

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