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Emergency Dentistry at Seattle’s Downtown Dentist

Maybe you just moved to Seattle and are having a terrible toothache, maybe you’re visiting for the weekend and a crown fell off, or maybe you cracked a tooth and your regular dentist is unavailable. No matter your dental emergency, Seattle’s Downtown Dentist is here for you, providing experienced emergency dental care. You’ll see we treat people with emergencies with the same care as people who’ve been coming to see us for years. Our patients are the soul of our practice, and at Seattle’s Downtown Dentist we care for you as well as your teeth.

Emergency Dental Care in the Seattle Area

Life is unpredictable, so chances are you or someone in your family will experience a dental emergency at some point. If you live or work in the Seattle area, you may want to save Seattle’s Downtown Dentist (206) 202-0111 in your phone for emergencies.

We know these things happen and we’re here to help. We’re also open on Saturdays, so when you have a dental problem that requires urgent dental care, Seattle’s Downtown Dentists can offer same day effective treatments in the Seattle metro area. We help relieve symptoms and restore damaged teeth so that our patients feel better quickly.

Seattle’s Downtown Dentist is a full-service dental clinic and we are happy to provide a wide range of emergency dental services to our existing and new patients. Every day we reserve time for those in pain because we understand that dental emergency can be debilitating.

Some of the dental emergencies our dentists see frequently include:

  • Toothaches

  • Abscesses

  • Chipped teeth

  • Dental trauma

  • Accidents

  • Broken or lost crowns

  • Root canals

  • Infections and inflammation

  • Veneer, bridge, and crown re-cements

  • Tooth extractions

  • Broken or lost teeth

Dental Emergency? Should I Make an Emergency Dentist Appointment?

As dentists, we would always advise that the best way to preempt any dental emergency is preventative dental care like regular dental checkups & teeth cleaning and protective gear like standard face masks and mouth guards when participating in sports activities at any age.

However, dental problems can occur anytime. Can you postpone the treatment for a few hours or a few days? Should you visit a nearby emergency dental clinic right away?

There are a few ways to tell if your problem is an emergency that needs treatment right away. For a lost or broken tooth, the best thing is to schedule your emergency dental care visit. If you have a toothache, it is a good idea to call a dentist immediately.

Dental emergencies typically require immediate dental care. If you are experiencing any of the symptoms below, call Seattle’s Downtown Dentist right away at (206) 202-0111. These symptoms can worsen rapidly, and you may end up searching online for “emergency dental care near me” before the day ends.

  • Toothache with sensitivity to hot and cold
  • Severe toothache or any other dental pain
  • Gum bleeding that does not stop
  • Swelling in the gums
  • Locking of the jaw, making it difficult to open or close your mouth

Call or Visit Seattle’s Downtown Dentists to Book a Same-Day Appointment

Located behind Northeastern University Seattle, on the corner of Westlake Ave N. and Republican Street, you can visit Seattle’s Downtown Dentist at 428 Westlake Ave N #103, Seattle, WA 98109 or give us a call at (206) 202-0111 for treatment of your dental emergencies Monday through Saturday.

New patients can read our FAQ’s, see a list of our services, download patient forms, and contact us through our website to request appointments for Monday through Saturday.

Learn More About Emergency Dental Care:

If you would like to learn more about dental terms, dental emergencies, and dental injury prevention, you can visit:

Glossary of Dental Terms from the American Dental Association

Handling Dental Emergencies from WebMD

Avoiding Tooth & Mouth Injury from Colgate