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What you need to know…

It is best to call our number immediately if you have a dental emergency. We will help to schedule an appointment for you at Fort Wayne’s emergency room so we are able to assist you quickly. We understand that dental emergencies can be painful, but we will make your weekend/night more enjoyable by getting you out of pain.

It is not easy to deal with an emergency dental situation. Here are some things to keep in mind before visiting us:


  • You must bring proof of identification, such as your driver’s license
  • List of medications – Are you allergic to anything?
  • Dental/Dentist Insurance
  • It would be wonderful to have any dental records
  • Any known medical history

More Than Just Emergencies

We are more than happy to give you the best…

There is much more to us than just emergency dental services in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Our dental clinic offers a variety of dental services. We can help you with any regular dental needs, such as routine check-ups or advice about how to care for your teeth and gums.

We can also help you choose the best dentures or give you advice about the best implant system. Dental implants are becoming more popular than ever. Dental implants have advanced considerably thanks to modern technology. Technology has made things more affordable and easier than ever.

Whether you’re looking for dentures or implants, we are happy to help you choose the right system for you. Implants have many advantages. Implants will result in teeth that are permanently fixed and are preferred by most of our clients because they eliminate the risk of infections and other dental problems.

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Other Services Are Available

We also offer a range of other dental services in and around the Fort Wayne area. These include root canals, crowns and bridges, fillings, fractures, extractions and sedation where needed. Needless to say, our dentists appreciate that any visit to a dental clinic may cause you some concern. We specialize in caring for adults and children who may be worried about visiting the dentist. Rest assured, you will be in good hands as we gently care for you.

Accidents & Trauma

Fort Wayne emergency dentists may be required to treat trauma or accidents. Sports injuries are one of the most common causes. When you’re mountain biking or participating in any other sport, it is very easy to lose or chip a tooth. This can lead to serious problems in your mouth, so please do not hesitate to call us.

As dentists we understand that these types of injuries can be very severe and need to be treated immediately. We are able to fix the issue quickly & efficiently, and often find the most effective way so you can go back to enjoying your life.

Sports injuries aren’t the only reason for dental traumas. These injuries can be caused by accidents such as falls or car crashes. A minor fall or accident can result in a damaged or missing tooth.

We will send you to an emergency room if we feel you require additional help. Our Fort Wayne dentist is able to handle most dental emergencies. All you have to do if you feel you require emergency, routine or preventive dental care in Fort Wayne is to give us a shout. All of your needs for dental care can be addressed via our in depth consultations.

Accidents Happen, Fort Wayne Emergency Dentists Can Help

Tooth Extraction

Oral Surgery




Affordable Dentures

Tooth Extraction

We always strive to save natural teeth, but sometimes we need to extract your tooth immediately. An emergency tooth extraction is often necessary for severe pain due to an infection or past reconciliation, or trauma. We offer several options to help you fill in the gaps left by missing teeth.

Affordable Dentures

A new set of artificial teeth can be a personal process. Every patient arrives at our Fort Wayne dental office with different oral health goals and unique needs.

Whatever your financial situation, our office will help you find a custom-made restoration that fits your needs. This type of prosthetic will vary depending on what you need. It can cost anywhere from $500 to $3,000. After you receive your customized restoration, there are many benefits you may enjoy.

Family/Pediatric Dentist

Fort Wayne Emergency Dentist provides compassionate, gentle pediatric dentistry to children as well as adults. Our passion for children is evident in the way we care for them every day. We know this can be a daunting experience for children, so we try our best to make them feel comfortable.

The benefits of regular dental care for children are:

  • Education on great hygiene practices
  • Preventing any unforeseen dental problems
  • Establishing a good rapport for future dental visits


Fort Wayne Emergency Dentist can provide affordable braces for Fort Wayne residents. Our office is in network with many insurance companies and offers a range of treatments in-house.

What are the benefits? It allows you to have all your dental needs under one roof. Our team can also follow every step of your journey. Your home dentist is the best person to know your smile. Our Fort Wayne orthodontists are happy to help you with your braces and can also provide affordable braces for your needs.


We have highly qualified oral surgeons on-site so you get the best possible care when you have to undergo root canal treatment.

Endodontic therapy is the term used to refer to root canal treatment. This procedure can be performed when there are severe tooth infections. Tooth infections–especially that reach the nerve–are never fun, and root canal therapy can get you back to a happy, healthy smile by staving off infection and preserving your natural tooth. Call our root canal specialist if you are experiencing symptoms of tooth infections.

Oral Surgery

After oral surgery, many patients experience relief from toothaches and pain. Many patients feel that their future oral health can be protected against infection and tooth crowding.

Our oral surgeons will perform wisdom teeth surgeries with the best results. We have four-years of additional surgical education and training. Our combined experience allows us to handle every case, no matter how complex or complicated. We do our best to make you feel comfortable and secure before, and during and after the procedure.

Frequently Asked Questions

If you’re at home, and suddenly have a dental emergency, panic can set in. When it comes emergency dentistry, there are many questions you may encounter. There may also be some that you have difficulty answering.

You have to act quickly. This is why it’s important to know what you should do in case of an emergency. These questions and answers will help you navigate the many situations and common issues faced by patients. You will feel more solid, confident and strong if you have the information to make your decision. Fortunately, skilled dentists at our Fort Wayne Emergency Dental Care facility are also here to help answer your questions.

How can you define a dental emergency?

An emergency dental situation is one that causes pain, swelling and discomfort. If the patient can’t help but feel that something is wrong, they will need to seek treatment. Oral health issues are not easy to fix and won’t go away quickly. A dental emergency can also occur if your gums are irritated by swelling, knots or other problems.

I have a chipped or broken tooth. What should I do?

It doesn’t matter if your tooth hurts, it is important that you visit a dentist as soon as possible. You may be exposing the sensitive and inner parts of the tooth to bacteria. This could lead to more severe problems.

What is the best way to get rid of an object lodged between my teeth?

To remove small objects or food stuck between teeth, use dental floss to gently clean it. Avoid using anything sharp or dangerous, such as a pin to clean around your teeth. Contact a dentist immediately if you are unable to remove the issue with dental floss.

What happens to a tooth that has lost its filling?

You should call the dentist immediately after you have lost a filling. There are dental cements available at the grocery and pharmacy that can be used temporarily while you wait. To cover the cavity you can use sugar-free gum, however it’s important that it doesn’t contain sugar. Sugar can lead to severe pain.

Avoid sticky and chewy food (gummy bears, candy etc.), hard foods (hard candies, nuts, ice cubes) or foods that might get caught in braces (corn on a cob, soft bagels, ribs etc.). Check out our full list of foods that you should avoid as well as foods that can be eaten.

Schedule routine dental checkups with the family dentist. You should continue your visits to the dentist at least every six months to prevent any future problems.

Are there any options to relieve a Toothache?

To remove food particles that may be stuck to your teeth, brushing and flossing can help you get out of bed if your pain is severe. Although aspirin is effective in relieving pain, it should never be applied directly to the gums. If you feel the pain for more than two days, consult a dentist. You may have to get a tooth extraction. Other home remedies, such as clove oil or garlic being applied to the teeth affected by pain, may be available but will only provide temporary relief.

What can you do if your tooth is knocked out?

You should immediately visit an emergency dentist if this happens. Try to keep the tooth from being touched. Hold the tooth’s crown gently and then rinse with warm water to ensure the root doesn’t get any further damage. Do not scrub your tooth. You need to keep the roots healthy by keeping it intact. Try to put the tooth’s root back in the socket. But Be careful. You can also try to put it in water, or even milk, to make sure that it doesn’t fail.

What can I do for my child if a baby tooth falls out?

You should contact your pediatric or emergency dentist right away. Someone with experience will be able to help you determine the best course of action. Replanting a baby tooth is not advisable because it could cause damage and hinder the child’s development.

Which is the most effective way to treat a jaw fracture?

An injury like this requires urgent medical attention. You might find that the emergency medical team can reach you faster than it takes to take you to get there. Serious head injuries are extremely dangerous and could prove to be fatal. These types of things are unlikely to be covered by dental insurance. They would likely fall under medical, so make sure you’re aware.

Is there a way to reduce the swelling that is noticeable?

The most common reason for swelling is infection. If you experience difficulty breathing or your eyes become watery, emergency dentistry care is necessary. You should not apply heat to a swollen or infected area. It can spread faster.

Do you think it is possible to put me to sleep if my anxiety increases when I visit the dentist?

We can use nitrous oxide to sedate if necessary. You shouldn’t feel anxious about going to the dentist. However, if there is a very serious medical emergency you might be more nervous.

Are Dental X-rays safe?

The risk of dental X-rays is very low. All emergency dentists and family clinics take special care to limit radiation exposure to children. To reduce your radiation and increase safety, most hospitals use high speed films.

Do Root Canals Hurt?

Modern local anesthesia has made root canals almost painless. Root canals have a bad reputation because the pain from the initial infection can make it painful. But once you apply the strong numbing agents to your teeth, there won’t be any discomfort!

What should I do if my tooth is sensitive to cold temperatures?

It is often a sign that the gums are receding or that there is something wrong with your nerve. Recessive gums are a sign that you may have gum disease. A dentist will be able to evaluate your gums. A nerve issue could lead to an eventual abscess. If this happens, you need to see a specialist right away.

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