Emergency Dental Appointments
Dental emergencies never happen at convenient times and can stop your day-to-day routine in its tracks. Finding a dental office with emergency dental appointment availability is essential to your overall comfort and health – not to mention your peace of mind!
If you need an emergency dentist in the Jonesboro area, you have come to the right place! Dr. Anthony Bartels is compassionate to patient needs and will address your dental emergency as quickly as possible in order to restore your health and comfort.
Dental Emergencies Happen!
Dental emergencies often begin with pain. Sometimes it starts slowly and worsens over time, other times you may bite into something (such as a nut, olive, or bagel) and find yourself with a broken tooth. No matter the nature of your dental emergency, contact our Jonesboro dental office immediately. Our helpful team can help you determine the next essential steps.
In many cases, patients ignore the first signs of dental pain. It is important to remember, however, that pain is your body’s way of alerting you to a problem! Dental pain rarely resolves on its own and may worsen, causing further interruptions and discomfort.
Broken teeth, swelling, discomfort, extreme sensitivity, trauma, and lost restorations are just some of the dental emergencies that bring patients to our Jonesboro dental office. Anthony Bartels, DDS has years of experience resolving dental issues and reserves time in our schedule so that we can treat many dental emergencies on the same day.
When you call our office, we will ask a series of questions to determine if an emergency appointment is needed. We will advise you on how to best manage your pain and condition until you arrive in our office. Once you are here, we will take an x-ray of the area to help with accurate diagnosis. Next, we will treat your condition and schedule any necessary follow-up appointments.
Call Us If You Have An Appointment
If you have a dental emergency, contact our Jonesboro, AR dental office at (870) 932-9911 right away. Taking immediate action may save your tooth!