Emergency Dentistry – Glenmont, NY

Quick Relief from Dental Pain or Injury

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No one is ever fully prepared to deal with a dental emergency, even though one out of every six Americans will face one each year. If you or a loved one are experiencing intense tooth pain or injury, the one thing you need to do is call our Glenmont Dental office. Even if you call on a weekend or after-hours, our team will work to get you the care you need as soon as we possibly can with emergency dentistry in Glenmont, NY.

Why Choose Glenmont Dental for Emergency Dentistry?

  • Dedicated to Minimizing Wait Times
  • All Members of the Family Welcome

How We Treat Dental Emergencies  

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Calling our dental office is always the first thing you should do in a dental emergency. Our team will take it from there by:

  • Scheduling your appointment – we will assess your symptoms over the phone and schedule you accordingly
  • Evaluating your situation – Once you arrive at our office we will take the time to do diagnostic testing of your tooth and explain our findings with you. If it is something that can be treated here and the time is available, we will offer to do same day treatment.
  • Forming a treatment plan – Dr. Hammond will share the findings of his exam with you and take the time to carefully explain your treatment options.

The Most Common Dental Emergencies

There are countless possible dental emergencies that can occur for many reasons. Maybe you’ve had a cavity that was steadily worsening for months, or maybe you had a sudden accident while playing sports. Whatever the circumstances, Dr. Hammond can get your smile back on track. Below are some of the most common dental emergencies we see here at Glenmont Dental. If you find yourself in any of these situations, please call us immediately!

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Animated tooth with chip


Animated tooth with crack


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Sensitivity to
Hot & Cold

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Lost Filling
or Crown

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Gums, Lip or
Tongue Injury

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Jaw Pain or

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Something Stuck
Between Teeth

Understanding the Cost of Treating Dental Emergencies 

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In a dental emergency, the last thing you need to worry about is how much your care will cost. Because each dental emergency is different and requires different treatment, we can’t provide a cost estimate until Dr. Hammond has looked over your mouth. Rest assured that our team will accept and maximize your dental insurance plan to help you get the most savings possible. We also offer CareCredit financing to make your treatments more budget-friendly.

Keys to Preventing Dental Emergencies

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Dental emergencies can never be prevented with 100% certainty, but there are several precautions you can take to reduce your risk. These include:

  • Brushing and flossing every day to prevent plaque buildup.
  • Seeing Dr. Hammond for six-month checkups so she can address potential emergencies before they damage your smile.
  • Wearing a mouthguard if you play sports.
  • Asking us about a nightguard if you grind your teeth when you sleep.
  • Not using your teeth to chew on hard objects like ice cubes or pen tips.