Every emergency, every season

Call us now for care—we’re here when it matters most.

Find your emergency location

We’re here for you when you need us most. Search for an office near you by zip code or city name.

Find your emergency location

We’re here for you when you need us most. Search for an office near you by zip code or city name.

We’re here for you if you have a dental emergency

Your Silver State care team will do anything to ensure you can get the care you need, when you need it most. If you are experiencing pain or have suffered dental injury, we provide emergency dental care when you need it. Just walk in or give us a call.

Your dental health is important to us, especially during an emergency. If you\’re a current patient and need emergency dental care after hours, call your local office directly and connect to our emergency line.

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When to seek emergency dental care

You can’t always predict when you’re going to need dental care. The Silver State Care Team is here to help when the unexpected happens.

Here are guidelines on how to handle common oral discomforts and injuries, and how to know when they require emergency dental care or services:

  • Toothache: See your emergency dentist as soon as you feel discomfort or pain.
  • Broken, chipped or cracked tooth: Rinse your mouth with warm water and apply a cold compress to your face. Go to the dentist right away. If the tooth was broken or chipped, bring the tooth fragment wrapped in wet gauze or a wet towel.
  • Loosened or knocked-out tooth: If your tooth becomes loose due to trauma, call your dentist. For a knocked-out tooth, gently insert the lost tooth back in its socket if possible, holding the tooth by the crown using a clean washcloth. If the tooth is dirty, first rinse the root, but do not scrub it or remove any attached tissues. If reinsertion is not possible, hold the tooth under the tongue and go to the dentist immediately.
  • Broken jaw: Apply ice or a cold compress to the face. Go to your dentist or an emergency center immediately.
  • Bitten tongue or lip: Clean the area with a wet cloth and place a cold compress on the area to reduce swelling. If the bleeding persists or if it is excessive, go to your dentist or an emergency center.

Care when you need it

Stay healthy with the team dedicated to your smile.

Care when you need it

Stay healthy with the team dedicated to your smile.