Dental Emergencies Call Now To Relieve Your Pain
  • Ask us about our $49 emergency visit
  • Relax with amenities & sedation options
  • Preserve your smile with same-day care

We Can Help With Any Dental Emergencies in Renton

If your mouth is hurting and your smile is on the line, you can count on Cedar Dental Group for fast help. We keep slots open in our schedule for dental emergencies in Renton, so we can get you into our office quickly, the same day in many cases. Other benefits of coming to us include:

  • An emergency exam, necessary X-rays, and consultation for just $49
  • Cozy amenities that include pillows, blankets, headphones, and a beverage station
  • Your choice of two relaxing sedation options for your comfort
  • Advanced technology like in-house crowns, digital impressions, and a CT scanner
  • Respectful treatment that always involves communicating clearly and answering all your questions

Don’t continue suffering! Call us now at 425-970-8115 to come see us as soon as possible. Our address is 280 Hardie Ave. SW, Ste. 3.

Our Emergency Dentists Will Fix Your Smile Fast

Over their four-plus decades of combined dental experience, Dr. Courtney and Dr. Tran have helped patients through a wide variety of dental disasters. They’ve seen and treated it all before, so you can feel comfortable coming here for your dental emergency. We can help whether you’re suffering from:

  • A toothache
  • A loose tooth
  • A broken or knocked-out tooth
  • Some other trauma to your mouth

If you have a toothache from an infected tooth, we can perform a root canal procedure. It will stop your pain and let you avoid extracting the tooth. Contrary to what many people believe, a root canal is no more uncomfortable than getting a tooth filled. After this procedure, we usually recommend capping the repaired tooth with a new crown.

We Make Crowns On-Site For Fast Treatment

If you do need a crown because of a root canal or for any other reason, you’re in the right place. One of the best features of our office is our E4D system, which allows us to make custom-fit crowns on the spot.

We’ll use digital impressions (without the goopy mess of traditional impressions) and send them to our computerized milling station, where your new crown will be made to exact specifications. You won’t have to wait weeks for a lab somewhere to make your crown and ship it to us.

These are just some of the ways we can help you with dental emergencies in Renton. If your smile is in jeopardy, don’t hesitate to call us at 425-970-8115. We want to help! If you have a non-emergency need, you can also make an appointment online.

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Take Steps Before You See Us to Improve Outcomes

It’s important to know what to do in case a dental emergency happens. While we advise you to visit our office right away, there are steps you can take at home or en route to our office that will alleviate the pain and help save your smile. Here are a few common emergencies and how you can handle them:

  • If you knocked out a tooth, recover the tooth and put it in a glass of milk or container of saliva. Press gauze to your mouth for 10 minutes at a time if you are experiencing any bleeding.
  • If you chipped or cracked a tooth, apply gauze to the area if you have any bleeding. If you aren’t in any pain, you can schedule a regular visit rather than an emergency appointment.
  • If you have tooth pain, rinse out your mouth with water and gently floss around the tooth that hurts. It could be a stuck food particle or an indication of gum disease. If you experience this pain for more than a day or two or if it is severe, visit us right away.

The best way to handle an emergency is to avoid one! While that’s not always possible, there are ways you can help prevent dental emergencies. We recommend:

  • Visiting us every six months for your regular checkup. We can handle problems when they are small so they don’t become an emergency situation.
  • Wear a mouthguard. Whether you play sports or grind your teeth, a mouthguard can prevent dental damage or injury to your mouth.
  • Avoid using your teeth like scissors. Doing so can chip or crack a tooth! So go the extra mile and grab a real pair of scissors instead.

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Common Questions About Dental Emergencies

How do I get dental care for emergencies?

Call us ASAP! We reserve spots in our schedule for emergencies, and we’re open 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Fridays. Because of this, we can often offer you a same-day appointment for your emergency. You’ll pay just $49 for an emergency exam, complete with any necessary X-rays.

What are some common dental emergencies?

Our dentists have seen just about every kind of emergency in their combined four decades of practice. Some of the most common emergency situations we deal with on a regular basis are toothaches, knocked-out teeth, loose or broken teeth, and infected teeth. We offer a wide range of restorative services to relieve your discomfort and return your smile to health.

What should I do for dental emergencies on Sunday?

Like most dental practices, our office is closed on Sunday. Call and leave us a message, so we can get in touch with you at 7 a.m. on Monday when our office opens. We’ll likely be able to offer you an appointment right away, as we reserve time in our schedule for emergencies. In the meantime, you can use ice and/or an over-the-counter pain reliever to relieve discomfort.

What do I do if I knocked out a tooth?

If you have knocked out a tooth, and if you find the tooth, rinse it off and place the tooth back in the socket gently. However, if you are unable to, put it in a container with a glass of milk or saliva. You’ll want to visit us right away, too. We leave appointments open for emergencies, and you can even see us up until 7 p.m. Monday through Thursday.

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