Feel better fast in a dental emergency
Looking for an emergency dentist? Village Dental offers same-day emergency dental care for current and new patients alike in our Denver Tech Center office.
We’re here to help with:
- Broken or chipped teeth
- Broken crowns and fillings
- Abscesses or swelling
- Knocked-out teeth
- Anything that doesn’t feel right in your mouth!
What to do in a dental emergency
Don’t grin and bear it! Pain is your body’s way of telling you something is wrong. If you’re uncomfortable or concerned about a new sensation in your mouth, contact our office and we’ll get you scheduled right away.
In the meantime, try these dental pain relief tips:
- Take over-the-counter pain medication as directed
- Gently rinse your mouth with warm salt water
- Avoid chewing in the affected area or eating hard, sharp, or sticky foods
How much does emergency dental care cost?
Keeping you safe during COVID-19
Our team prioritizes patient safety above all else.
We’ve expanded safety measures to ensure you can continue to receive your much-needed routine dental care during COVID-19.
Please contact us at (303) 220-7662 with questions.
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We’re conveniently located in the Denver Tech Center area. Find us on the 4th floor of the Triad Office Park building. Plenty of free parking available.
5670 Greenwood Plaza Blvd., Suite 404
Greenwood Village, CO 80111
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is the most common dental emergency?
The most common concerns patients see us for are toothaches — that’s because pain is your body’s way of signaling something isn’t right! Under the surface, you may be dealing with decay, gum disease, cracked or worn teeth, or an abscess. We also often help those who have lost or broken a tooth.
What are the signs of an infected tooth?
A few common symptoms of a tooth infection include:
- Throbbing toothache
- Lingering tooth sensitivity
- Sore and sensitive jawbone
- Sensitivity to hot and cold
- Pain or tingling when biting
Will my tooth need to be pulled?
Will a toothache go away on its own?
We’re ready to help. Give us a call at (303) 220-7662.