Manatee Dental of East Bradenton
3805 State Road 64 East, Bradenton, FL 34208

Emergency Dentists in Bradenton

We accept same-day emergency appointments. Call us today at (941) 538-6339.

Medical Emergencies

If you are experiencing a MEDICAL emergency,
please dial 911

Dental Emergencies

If you are experiencing a DENTAL emergency during regular business hours:
call (941) 538-6339

They’re painful, inconvenient, and annoying. Dental emergencies never seem to happen when you don’t have any important plans. Your throbbing tooth or missing crown will have you begging your smartphone for help in findin,g “emergency dental care near me.” A serious dental emergency could actually affect your teeth and gums permanently, so getting emergency dental care is imperative if you want to protect your smile.

Where to Find Emergency Dentists Now

When getting relief fast is your goal, our emergency dentists in Bradenton are ready to help you achieve it. Our skilled dentists provide efficient, professional emergency dental care during our regular operating hours. When your symptoms first appear, call our emergency dental office during business hours to schedule an urgent appointment. We’ll try to provide a same-day appointment when possible. Our plan is to pinpoint your problem, alleviate your pain, and provide treatment so that your symptoms won’t come back.

Our practice always provides same-day emergency treatment for patients in pain.

Understanding Emergency Dental Services

Emergency dental services deliver help when you need it most. Urgent dental care also stops small problems from becoming bigger due to treatment delays. Listed below are common emergency services that our dentists provide during office hours.

  • Emergency tooth extractions
  • Management of toothache pain and pressure
  • Treatment for pain or swelling caused by impacted molars
  • Repair of tooth chips, breaks, and cracks
  • Treatment of pain and injury related to orthodontic devices
  • Restoration of lost fillings and crowns
  • Treatment of dental infections

Know When to Get Emergency Dental Treatment

For what conditions should I seek emergency dental care near me?

Any painful dental problem that disrupts your normal functioning makes you a good candidate for emergency dental care. Here are a few examples of conditions that we treat on an emergency basis.

Broken or Fractured Tooth

A broken or fractured tooth needs immediate care to reduce infection risk and ensure that further damage doesn’t occur. Contact us to schedule your appointment as soon as you can.

Knocked-Out Teeth

A knocked-out tooth often inspires panic, but if you act quickly, our emergency dentists may be able to save your tooth. Find and rinse all of the tooth pieces, but avoid touching the root. If you can, gently place the tooth into the empty socket, or store it between your cheek and gum line to keep it moist until you can get to the office. Call us immediately for instructions.

Severe Toothache Pain

A severe toothache demands fast relief. An accurate diagnosis can ensure the best treatment and help you avoid a painful recurrence.

Tooth Sensitivity

Tooth sensitivity may not always require urgent dental care, but if it occurs suddenly and without warning, a tooth fracture or infection could be to blame. Contact us to schedule an evaluation of unusual or severe tooth sensitivity.

Tooth Decay and Cavities

Cavities caused by tooth decay eventually expose the sensitive tooth nerves and roots. When dental decay becomes painful, our emergency dentists can assess the damage and treat cavities to relieve your pain and save your teeth.

Abscessed Tooth

Gum disease, injury, and tooth decay can be root causes for a severe tooth infection called an abscess. The symptoms of an abscessed tooth include severe tooth pain, significant facial swelling, foul mouth odors, fever, swollen glands in your neck, and open, draining gum sores. Call our emergency dental office without delay if you have symptoms of an abscessed tooth. Prompt treatment is required to prevent serious complications.

Lost or Loose Fillings

A lost or loose dental filling may leave your teeth feeling sensitive or tender. To prevent infection and decay, have your fillings replaced as soon as possible.

Broken Crowns or Lost Restorations

A broken crown or lost restoration leaves the affected tooth without protection and affects your appearance. Our emergency dentists can solve both problems by providing a temporary or permanent replacement.

Orthodontic Pain or Injuries

The metal brackets and wires of orthodontic devices can break or shift causing severe mouth irritation and sometimes injury to soft tissues. Our dentists can relieve your orthodontic pain and stabilize your braces to prevent further damage.

Tooth Enamel Wear from Teeth Grinding

If you have a habit of grinding your teeth at night, your tooth enamel is subjected to more wear and tear than it can handle. Our dentists can reinforce your enamel to help it stay strong and provide a night guard to reduce damage from grinding.

Unexplained Sinus Pressure

Sinus pressure can be an annoying symptom, especially if it occurs for no apparent reason. In some cases, sinus pressure can have dental origins. Let our emergency dentists investigate your symptoms to determine if an impacted tooth, infection or other dental problem could be to blame.

Serious Symptoms: When Dental Care Isn’t Enough

I’ve fallen and sustained a head injury and broken teeth. Should I visit an emergency dental office near me first?

Some potentially dangerous situations and dental conditions can overlap. When you have a dental problem that also involves severe bleeding, excessive swelling, or any serious injury to your head, face, jaw, or neck, seek care at an emergency room or dial 911 immediately instead of visiting our emergency dentists in Bradenton.

Dental Emergency Treatment Costs

A variety of factors determine the cost of emergency dental care, including your condition and the types of treatments needed to relieve your symptoms. Our emergency dentists will be able to give you more details about your total cost after evaluating your teeth. Our office accepts most dental insurance plans and major credit cards. If you can’t pay your total all at once, ask us about our convenient financing options. To save between 20 and 70 percent on many essential dental services, consider enrolling in the DentRite® discount plan. It’s not an insurance plan, but it does provide significant savings on emergency care and much more. Contact us for more details.

When an emergency occurs at night, should I wait until morning to contact the emergency dental office near me?

If severe symptoms develop when our office is closed, it may be best to seek care from a hospital emergency room or after-hours medical clinic, especially if you suspect that your problem may be serious. When you have an urgent problem during office hours, our emergency dentists in Bradenton will be available and ready to give you the prompt and compassionate care that you need to feel better fast.

Read What Our Patients Say
Patient Reviews
I have had a phobia for years due to a very unpleasant experience with a military dentist. I don’t have a problem with this office. I am put at ease emediately . I don’t have a long wait either
Pamela K.
Friendly and great service
Linda M.
Friendly staff and quick service.
Shawn M.
Very professional service and care from the dental hygienist. Staff are very personable and helpful.
Lawrence B.
Always excellently treated, everyone is friendly and knows his/her job the best I’ve ever seen.
Lauri L.
Polite, professional, efficient, and understanding
Karen S.
Love Kathy !!
Edna K.
Efficiency, good explanations of what each procedure was to be done, education on good gum care.
Cheryl C.
my dental assistant / hygienist is so nice, funny and relatable. Best Dental office I have ever been to because of the people who work there.
Camille N.
The entire staff was friendly and efficient. They explained what they would be doing before starting and they explained what it all meant. The new patient exam was valuable.
Anne B.
Awesome and effecient staff and Dentistry. Thanks everyone!
Andrea S.
This is the by FAR the Most Wonderful dental office I have ever been to. The staff is amazing, caring and they go above and beyond to make the experience a pleasant one. Everyone is also very […]
Dawn N.
I love Cathy. She’s great. She’s very personable & caring. She always does a great job.
Karla B.
Everyone at the office is always friendly, especially Kathy. Kathy is great at her job, so knowledgeable. I feel great after having my teeth cleaned.
Maria C.
Amazing experience as always. Thank you Hygienist Cathy.
Roger E.
Incredibly welcoming, comforting staff
Tucker S.
Staff is so friendly, Dr. Lindow seems to really care and want to help. I am looking forward to having a dentist I can trust.
Jill S.
Very friendly and informative!
Jeanette P.
The staff was extremely professional, caring and a pleasure to be a patient for.
Christian G.
very knowledgeable staff and great dental care.
Mary W.
Office Hours
Mon. – 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Tue. – 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Wed. – 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Thu. – 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Fri. – Closed
Sat. – Closed
Sun. – Closed
Phone: (941) 538-6339
Fax: (941) 714-0403
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  • Monday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Tuesday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Wednesday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Thursday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Friday Closed
  • Saturday Closed
  • Sunday Closed
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