Emergency Dentistry – Honolulu, HI

We’re Here When You Need Us

At Dentaworks, our team is equipped to provide immediate care to those experiencing dental emergencies. No matter the problem, we want to get you out of pain quickly and restore your smile to its natural beauty. From chipped and broken teeth to lost dental crowns, knocked-out teeth, and broken dentures, we’re here when you need us, so don’t be afraid to call our office to schedule an appointment.

Why Choose Dentaworks for Emergency Dentistry?

  • Calming and Compassionate Dental Team
  • Progressive Technology for Greater Comfort & Accuracy
  • High-Quality Restorations That Look Natural

How We Treat Dental Emergencies

  • Call to schedule an appointment: The first step you need to take is to call our office to alert us of your situation. We’ll work to schedule an appointment as well as offer ways to minimize any pain you might be experiencing.
  • Undergo thorough examination: Our team will take diagnostic images as well as perform a thorough visual exam to determine the underlying root of the problem.
  • Review our findings: After compiling our findings, we will create a personalized treatment plan designed to get your smile back on track.
  • Deliver timely care: Our team wants to help you out of pain, so we will work quickly to help you find relief while also repairing and rebuilding your smile.

The Most Common Dental Emergencies

Unsure if what you’re experiencing is a dental emergency? Always feel free to call our office and let us know; however, you can also review the list below to find out what we treat and how we plan to address it.

Understanding the Cost of Dental Emergencies

Your dental emergency is unique. Even if you and another person suffer from chipped teeth, there is a good chance that both of you will not pay the same price. Various factors must be considered, which is why an initial appointment is important. Once we have all the information, we can work with you to identify ways to help you save so that your restorative care doesn’t require you to pay high out-of-pocket costs.

Keys to Preventing Dental Emergencies

If you’re looking for ways to reduce your chances of visiting the emergency dentist’s office, here are a few helpful tips to consider:

  • Eat healthy foods and limit your sugar and starch intake
  • Maintain good oral hygiene
  • Keep your six-month dental checkups and cleanings
  • Wear a mouthguard while playing sports or if you suffer from teeth grinding
  • Give up bad habits like smoking and/or biting your fingernails