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Emergency Dentist in El Paso, Texas

At Caribbean Dental, we know how dental emergencies can affect your life. Our dentist is trained to deal with all sorts of dental emergencies. For a limited time right now, emergency exam is only $50 for patients without insurance and include all needed xrays.

Office Hours   Mon:8am-5pm  Tue:8am-5pm  Wed:8am-5pm  Thu:8am-5pm  Fri:8am-5pm  Sat:Closed  Sun:Closed

Full Service For Dental Emergencies

At caribbean dental, our dentists are well trained and can handle most types of dental emergencies. We perform root canals, do complex extractions including wisdom tooth, as well as provide a wide array of emergency services. In the rare situation your case is extremely complicated, that’s the only time we refer you out to a great local specialist. At caribbean dental, we can save you time and money.

What to do when you have a dental emergency in El Paso, Texas

At Caribbean Dental, we are equipped to handle all sorts of dental emergencies you may encounter. We have state of the art equipments and supplies to treat the following issues:

  • Broken Tooth

    If you’ve chipped, cracked, fractured or broken a tooth, use warm water to rinse your mouth and clean the affected area. If swelling is present, use a cold compress to reduce swelling. Contact our emergency dentist in El Paso, Texas, 79935.

  • Toothache

    Typically, a toothache happens slowly over time. Do not put off tiny aches, come in for a checkup ASAP to prevent problems from getting worse. Hoever, sometimes severe tooth ache can happen suddenly. When that happens,  clean your teeth and rinse with warm water. Gently floss between your teeth to try and remove any debris. Finally, contact us as soon as possible for an appointment.

  • Disloged tooth

    In the event that a tooth has been knocked out of your mouth, be sure to keep the tooth moist (if possible place it back in the socket). You can also store the tooth between your cheek and gums or in milk. Contact our emergency dentist in El Paso, Tx to receive emergency dental services from an emergency dentist open today.

  • Swelling

    Swelling can become very life threatening issue. It is usually signs of infection. If you have any dental swelling please contact us immediately to be seen on the same day. If we are not open, it is wise to go to the nearest emergency room if you start having problem speaking, breathing, or swollowing because those can be an indication that the swelling has gotten out of control.

  • Damaged or broken dental restoration

    If you have an old or damaged dental bridge, dental crown, denture, or dental implant, call our dental office as soon as possible. These situations can turn into a dental emergency very fast, and it’s always best to have the peace of mind to have a dentist look at it first.