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Urgent Care Dentistry

When Dental Emergencies Strike

Your smile is the window through which others can see you. A beautiful smile can greatly impact your confidence and your relationships. We are here in case of urgent care dentisrty needs.

Preventative care for dental emergencies:

At First street smiles we strive to anticipate and mitigate emergencies before they happen, via a wide list of preventative care services provided, I.e. Comprehensive, periodic and limited exams, Cleanings and periodontal maintenance, Radiographic technologies including regular X-rays, Panoramic X-rays and Cone beam CT 3D scans (Often known as CBCT).

First Street Smiles – Your To- Go-To Urgent Care Dentist Office

Dental emergencies can happen at any time, and they often come with a lot of pain and discomfort. From a broken tooth to a severe cavity toothache, these issues require immediate attention to prevent further damage and/or infection. However, rest assured, First Street Smiles is your go-to urgent care dentistry office that provides prompt and efficient dental care for those unexpected dental emergencies. In this article, we will discuss the capabilities of First Street Smiles, the services they offer, and how they can help you in a time of need.

What is Urgent Care Dentistry?

Urgent Care Dentistry is a dental practice, providing prompt and quality dental care for patients experiencing a dental emergency. We are equipped to handle a wide range of dental emergencies, from toothaches and broken teeth and jaw swellings, resulting not only in controlling symptoms but also the best long term restorative outcome possible. First Street Smiles offers same-day appointments and extended hours to accommodate patients needing urgent dental care outside regular business hours.

Services offered by First Street Smiles

First Street Smiles offers a range of services to provide immediate relief for dental emergencies. These services include:

  • Toothache relief: If you are experiencing a toothache, First Street Smiles can help relieve the pain and discomfort. They will examine your teeth and gums to determine the cause of discomfort and provide treatment to alleviate the pain.
  • Broken or chipped tooth repair: If you have a broken or chipped tooth, First Street Smiles can repair the damage and restore your smile. They offer a range of treatments, including dental bonding, porcelain crowns, to repair broken or chipped teeth.
  • Root canal therapy: If you have severe dental pain or swelling, First Street Smiles can perform a root canal to remove the infected tissue and salvage your tooth and provide same day crown.
  • Emergency extraction/Immediate bone graft and guided dental implant: If a tooth is too damaged or infected to save, First Street Smiles can perform an emergency extraction to alleviate the pain and prevent further damage or infection then adding bone to the lost tooth site (Bone preservation) then immediate guided implant.

All of these services are provided utilizing the highest level of technology in the field with our teams’ compassionate and painless touch under the same roof.

Post Emergency Care

After controlling your emergency situation and stabilizing your oral condition, we set you up with lifetime success. You will be moved to our regular maintenance program to dodge future potential emergencies. You will be under our close attention when you come back for your periodic care (Exams, xrays and cleanings).


When dental emergencies strike, First Street Smiles is there to provide prompt and efficient dental care. They offer a range of services to alleviate pain and restore your smile. With same-day appointments and extended hours, First Street Smiles is here to help when you need it most. Don’t hesitate to seek immediate dental care if you are experiencing a dental emergency. Contact First Street Smiles today to schedule an appointment or walk in for immediate care.


A: No, We do understand that not all offices are equipped for emergency dentistry. We can certainly see anyone and take care of the emergency situation(s), then give them the choice, either to stay with us as their dental home or send them back to any office of their choice.
A: In fact, in most situations it’s both. We do perform a procedure “If applicable” then give medication as an adjunct helper.
A: Yes, due to the time sensitive nature of the action required, and communications between offices, at times take upto weeks to transfer records, and on the other hand we have to get sufficient information not only about your emergency tooth/teeth, but also about your general oral health condition to be able to help you.

Our Services

Explore a comprehensive range of dental services designed to meet your unique needs. From routine check-ups and cleanings to advanced cosmetic dentistry and restorative procedures, we have you covered.