EMERGENCY DENTIST Cambridge | Walk-in Emergency Dentistry | Same-day appointment

From emergency tooth extraction to unexpected tooth loss, we offer walk-in emergency dental care in Cambridge.

Our team of Cambridge emergency dentists is well trained to handle dental emergencies. We provide affordable emergency care treatments for:
  • Severe toothache
  • Tissue injury
  • Injury to the mouth or jaw
  • Chipped or broken tooth
  • Lost fillings

Emergency Dental Care for Severe Toothache

If you experience a sudden, severe toothache, it’s most likely to be caused by decay, an abscessed tooth, infection of the gums, fractured tooth, or a damaged filling.
Treatment for your severe toothache will be determined by the cause of the pain, usually revealed by an examination and/or an x-ray. Treatments range from extraction of the tooth if it’s not preservable to replacing a damaged filling.

Emergency Dental Care for Chipped or Cracked Tooth

Treatment for a broken, cracked, or chipped tooth will depend on the severity of the condition; you may need a filling, a dental cap or crown, veneer, or a root canal to treat this injury.

Emergency Dental Care for Knocked Out Tooth or Loosened Tooth

If you have knocked out a tooth, see a dentist as soon as possible. If you can, try placing the tooth back in its socket, and if it’s not possible, keep the tooth securely in a cup of milk. If you wash the tooth, be careful as you could accidentally remove tissues attached to the root. Knocked out teeth have the best chance of being saved if they are replaced in the socket and treated by a dentist within an hour.

Emergency Dental Care for Lost Crown or Tooth Filling

If you lose a dental crown or filling, it’s imperative for you to seek replacement treatment as soon as possible. Generally, this will require an examination of the area to ensure that the structure of the tooth is still viable, and then a preparation of the area to replace the crown or filling.

Emergency Dental Care for soft tissue injury to mouth or gums

An injury to the soft tissue of the mouth may include wounds, cuts, or lacerations to the cheek, tongue, or lips. A thorough exam will be conducted, including making sure that there is no associated damage to the bone or teeth.
Treatment will depend on the severity of the damage. Generally, smaller surface wounds will heal on their own with proper care (this may include using an antibiotic). If the injury is large and severe, it may require stitches.


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Frequently Asked Questions about Dental Emergencies in Cambridge

How do I know if I have a dental emergency?

Most commonly, if you have severe pain, or have visibly broken a tooth or are bleeding, it would be considered a dental emergency. It can also be a dental emergency if you have broken a dental appliance like braces. Contact Solar Dental Cambridge right away for any dental emergency.

Do you also treat child dental emergencies?

If your child is experiencing a dental emergency, contact Solar Dental Cambridge right away and we always do our best to see you ASAP.

Do you accept dental emergency appointments from someone who is not a patient at Solar Dental Cambridge?

Yes, nothing to worry about, just walk-in or call us if you have a dental emergency. We will do our best to see you ASAP.

I have a dental emergency over the weekend. Are you open on weekends?

You don't have to wait if you have a dental emergency, because Solar Dental Cambridge is open 7 Days a week. That means you can see the dentist on the weekend.