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Greenville Emergency Dentistry

Call us to end your pain and save your tooth!

We Always Work Within Your Comfort Zone

And will be by your side every step of the way!

Dr. Weaver looking at patient's x-ray for emergency dentistry

Dental emergencies are completely unexpected, which is why we don’t expect you to wait in pain for an appointment or regular office hours. Call us right away! 

Our team will help you remain calm while providing effective, gentle treatments that’ll have you smiling again in no time.

What’s considered a dental emergency?

  • Chipped, cracked, or broken tooth

  • Knocked-out tooth

  • Lost restoration (filling, crown, etc.)

  • Swollen gums

  • Toothaches

  • Infection or abscess

Most dental emergencies are time sensitive and put your oral health at risk. The sooner you contact us, the better chance you have to save your tooth, prevent additional problems, and relieve your pain for good.

"Calmed My Nerves Immediately"
Read about Donn's experience.

I visited Palms after my wife referred me, and I could not be happier! They were open after I got off work (a total blessing!) and were able to see me immediately. Incredibly friendly, professional, and calmed my nerves immediately. Special thanks to Jenny, Mari, and Dr. Weaver for a great experience!

Donn D., 5-Star Google Review

Why You Shouldn't Wait to Contact an Emergency Dentist

People frequently avoid going to the dentist for emergency dental care because they worry about costs, think treatment will hurt, or don’t believe their situation is severe enough.

In truth, these assumptions are misinformed. Seeking emergency dental care will actually help you avoid costly dental procedures, get out of pain (not cause more), protect your oral and overall health, and preserve your beautiful smile.

Still unsure? Take a look at these scenarios below.

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Chipped, Cracked, or Broken Tooth

A tooth that’s chipped, cracked, or broken exposes the sensitive inside part. When this happens, the tooth becomes at risk for dental decay and infection. An unsealed tooth also weakens your immune system defenses and increases the likelihood of illness.

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Lost or Missing Tooth

A missing tooth isn’t only detrimental to your smile’s appearance but also its health and function. If you don’t replace a missing tooth, it causes bone loss, premature aging, facial sagging, surrounding teeth shifting out of place, bite issues, speech impediments, and more. Luckily, there are multiple options to replace missing teeth!

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Lost or Missing Restoration

On rare occasions, dental restorations such as crowns or fillings have come loose or fallen out. When this happens, you may experience pain or tooth sensitivity, which will spark the need to see a dentist. But even if you don’t feel discomfort, you must restore the filling or cap because you don’t want to risk getting a cavity, infection, and injury, like breaking your tooth!

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Toothache

Toothaches can be dull and persistent, sharp and debilitating, and everything in between. The key thing to note is that even if it goes away, contact your dentist. Toothaches are usually a sign that something is wrong, like an impacted tooth, infection, or disease. Our family dentists will help you determine the severity and next steps.

Let's Get You Back to Smiling

Please don’t hesitate to call us for emergency dentistry in Greenville, SC.