Emergency Dentist in Miami
Your #1 option for emergency dentistry in Miami. Offices are conveniently located in both Doral and South Miami. Dental emergencies happen, and when they do, our experienced dental service is here for you.
What Is a Dental Emergency?
A dental emergency can cover a broad range of issues, including abscesses, toothache pain, cavities, bleeding gums, cracked teeth, infection, swelling, and more. The American Family Physician reports that around 22% of people have experienced dental or oral pain in the last six months. Many of these cases require emergency dental treatment. When you require immediate treatment, your best option is to visit Gemini Dental at either our Doral or South Miami clinics.
Do I Have a Dental Emergency?
If you are experiencing one of the following conditions, you should contact Gemini Dental as soon as possible. It is advised to call ahead to schedule a dental emergency at one of our two clinics.
- Pain Following Tooth Extraction/Broken Tooth
- Pain on Impacted Wisdom Tooth
- Knocked-out Tooth
How to Prevent Dental Emergencies
Accidents and emergencies happen, we all know that. And when you experience a dental emergency, Gemini Dental has you covered. To reduce your risk of experiencing a dental emergency, there are many proactive measures you can take.
See our Dentist Every 6 Months
Our practice's mission statement is to focus on providing quality dental care for our patients. We have been practicing dentistry for more than 17 years, and we can provide you with a wide range of services. Regular check-ups with our team at Gemini Dental can limit the likelihood of you requiring an emergency dental visit. Statistics show that less than two-thirds of people over the age of 18 have seen a dentist in the past year.
Maintain Good Oral Hygiene
By following a good oral hygiene routine - brushing your teeth twice a day, using mouthwash, and flossing daily while limiting sugary foods and drinks - is one of the best ways to avoid a dental emergency. Our team is on hand to provide further advice on dental healthcare. Additionally, you should avoid chewing ice, popcorn kernels, and hard candy, all of which can crack a tooth. You should never use your teeth to open things; use scissors instead.
Safety First in Sport
To protect yourself and your teeth while playing sports, wear a mouthguard and a helmet where possible. This is effective advice for both team and solo sports, whether it is football, baseball, skiing, or cycling. Proactive measures like this make sports much safer for you and your teeth. Should you have any queries on protecting your teeth while playing sports, speak to our team.
#1 Emergency Dentist in Doral & South Miami
When a dental emergency strikes, rest assured that we are here for you. Professional and experienced emergency dentistry with state-of-the-art facilities.