About Emergency Dental Care
Particular dental concerns (including jaw pain,a cracked tooth, toothache, and others) demand swift relief. At times when these oral emergencies come up, individuals around the Allen Park, MI area are urged to contact our dentists at DentalWorks - Allen Park for support and guidance. Our dentists will reply to every question concerning the patient’s dental concern and explain temporary relief and longer lasting options. If the problem occurs during open office times, the patient is typically encouraged to come to DentalWorks - Allen Park for emergency care, however for issues that take place after hours, our dentists will be reached and given the patient’s phone number, so our dentists can help the patient choose the most appropriate option. Patients may also book an appointment at DentalWorks - Allen Park any time through the online portal for concerns that do not require urgent treatment.
"I always enjoy my dentist visits."- J.Y. / Google / Mar 15, 2019
"They are awesome they’re always willing to work with you. your schedule or the work that needs to be done!"- T.D. / Google / Mar 04, 2019
"Always respectful and considerate of patient and comfort."- K.G. / Google / Feb 22, 2019
"Very good. A very fast tooth extraction episode. The doctor is very friendly and considerate. (July 2017)Dr. Hawley (Feb. 18, 2019) Dr. Han was very good, attentive, friendly, fast enough, with a tooth extraction. Excellent job of not " over freezing" my mouth area after the dental visit. No real subsequent pain. I didnt even take any motrin, after the extraction!"- J.H. / Google / Feb 20, 2019
"Super amazing staff super amazing dentist my whole family goes there my children love them and I would never take them anywhere else"- E.S. / Google / Feb 07, 2019
What to Expect
For after-hours emergencies, the individual can contact DentalWorks - Allen Park and talk to our answering service. Our dentists (or a local authorized dentist, if our dentists aren't able to be reached) is contacted and the patient’s message and information is shared with our dentists, who will phone the patient. Usually dental emergencies will be solved with a prescription sent to an emergency pharmacy and the individual is booked to come to DentalWorks - Allen Park as soon as possible. If the individual experiences a bigger issue of significant bleeding, severe pain, and/or signs of an infection swelling or fever), our dentists will usually direct the patient straight away to the nearest ER if it is after the office is closed.
Our dentists will normally schedule another appointment to evaluate the patient’s progress or to conclude any other services. Our dentists will explain to every patient their special aftercare directions that need to be followed entirely for faster relief. Patients will continue to plan once a year dental examinations and twice yearly dental cleanings at DentalWorks - Allen Park so our dentists can notice and stop any developing issues that may call for emergency dental care.
Oral health emergencies shouldn't be left untreated because of financial issues. DentalWorks - Allen Park will contact the patient’s insurance carrier to reach their greatest coverage. DentalWorks - Allen Park takes many payment options and helps patients with financing plans to help make dental emergencies within the patient's means.
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Relief Right Now
The most serious dental troubles, including a lost tooth or filling, seem to happen whenever they are most inconvenient. However, DentalWorks - Allen Park provides emergency dentistry. When you have a issue that must have critical help our dentists at DentalWorks - Allen Park will do their best to help you as fast as possible.
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