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Jackson Emergency Dentist

Be Prepared for Dental Emergencies

If you’re experiencing a dental emergency, call us immediately to schedule a same-day appointment as soon as possible.

$1 Emergency Exams
Sedation Options
Conveniently Located

Care When You Need it Most

If you’re experiencing a dental emergency in Jackson, we offer same-day dental appointments, sedation options, and judgement-free care to keep you comfortable even in a situation that is less than ideal. If you’re unsure about whether your situation qualifies as a dental emergency, don’t hesitate to give us a call and have our knowledgeable team assess your symptoms. You can reach us at (262) 677-3003.

Same-Day Appointments

We offer same-day care because we know how important it is to get treatment as soon as possible.

Pain Relief

You shouldn’t have to wait in pain if you’re experiencing an emergency. Come in to get relief from pain and discomfort.

Sedation Options

Our sedation options are available as soon as you arrive to get you out of pain and keep you calm throughout treatment.

Scott

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"I have been going to Jackson Family Dentistry for 21 years and highly recommend. They take great care of my teeth and I have never thought of going elsewhere. This year I even had a stranger ask me if I was a dentist. That is a clear indication that I am going to the right dentist."

Scott

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"I have been going to Jackson Family Dentistry for 21 years and highly recommend. They take great care of my teeth and I have never thought of going elsewhere. This year I even had a stranger ask me if I was a dentist. That is a clear indication that I am going to the right dentist."

Includes limited x-rays and an exam of 1-2 teeth in one area of the mouth

Don’t Wait in Pain!
Come in for a $1 Emergency Exam!

Call Ahead

What is a Dental Emergency?

While many emergency cases like knocked-out teeth, severe damage, or excessive bleeding are highly visible and obvious, other emergency situations are more subtle, though they can be just as dangerous. Generally, we define a dental emergency as any situation that is causing you pain that you cannot treat on your own. This includes:

  • Persistent toothaches
  • Cracked teeth
  • Dental work (fillings, crowns, etc.) that has become loose or fallen out
  • Signs of periodontal disease (bleeding, swollen, inflamed, or receding gums)

What to Do if Your Tooth Was Knocked Out

  • Recover your tooth and place it back in its socket, or put it in a bag of cold milk if this isn’t possible.
  • Contact Jackson Family Dentistry immediately to let us know that you’re coming in for an emergency appointment.
  • Treat pain, bleeding and swelling with clean gauze or cotton balls and NSAIDs (non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs) like ibuprofen and acetaminophen. Don’t use aspirin, because it is a blood thinner and can prevent clotting.
  • Ice packs can be applied externally to the mouth for relief from pain and swelling.
  • Get professional dental care within 1-2 hours of experiencing an oral injury.

Emergency Dentistry Frequently Asked Questions

What can I expect when I come in for an emergency appointment?

Our team is trained to assess your situation efficiently and accurately, and we have sedation options to get you out of pain as soon as you arrive. If possible, we ask that you call ahead at (262) 677-3003 to let us know that you’ll be coming by so we can prepare for your visit accordingly. However, we know this isn’t always possible, so feel free to walk-in anytime at N168W20060 Main Street, Jackson, WI 53037.

Is my toothache considered an emergency?

Yes! Toothaches are your body’s way of telling you that something is wrong. This can mean something as simple as a piece of food stuck between your teeth, but it can also be a sign of an infection. It’s better to be safe than sorry, so call us today if you’re experiencing a painful toothache.

How much do emergency visits cost?

At Jackson Family Dentistry, we offer emergency exams for $1. Depending on your case, treatment costs can vary after we take an assessment of the issue and necessary procedures to get you back to optimal health. Come in now for an emergency exam and to get an estimate of the cost of your treatment.