About Emergency Dental Care
Special dental concerns (including a cracked tooth, toothache, jaw pain, and more) insist on rapid relief. At times when these oral emergencies come up, patients around the Columbus, OH area are encouraged to contact our dentists at DentalWorks - Easton for assistance and relief. Our dentists will reply to each question concerning the patient’s dental concern and explain short-term relief and long-term treatments. If the problem occurs during open office hours, the patient is typically encouraged to come to DentalWorks - Easton for treatment, however for issues that take place after hours, our dentists will be reached and given the patient’s phone number, so our dentists can help the patient choose the most appropriate option. Patients can also book an appointment at DentalWorks - Easton 24/7 through the online portal for concerns that don’t need urgent treatment.
"Great staff and great doctor, wouldn’t go any where else"- M.L. / Facebook / Feb 14, 2020
"The measurements for my crown were quick and painless. Dr. Tamimi thoughly explained the procedure and put me at ease. He and his staff are very friendly and professional. I am pleased with my services."- C.M. / Google / Feb 04, 2020
"Professional, friendly and informative. They scheduled a same-day emergency visit despite not being a regular patient and provided an action plan for my tooth issue. Highly recommend."- M.R. / Google / Jan 29, 2020
"Staff were very friendly and knowledgeable. They didn't try to sell me on a bunch of procedures I didn't need. I would recommend this location."- T.H. / Google / Jan 27, 2020
"The person that did my teeth cleaning was fantastic and really friendly. They were on time and I did not have to wait for very long."- M.R. / Google / Jan 25, 2020
What to Expect
For after-hours emergencies, the patient can contact DentalWorks - Easton and talk to our answering service. Our dentists (or another authorized dentist, if our dentists are not able to be reached) is contacted and the patient’s message and contact information is shared with our dentists, who will phone the patient. Commonly emergencies can be solved with a prescription sent to a pharmacy and the patient is booked to visit DentalWorks - Easton as soon as possible. If the patient has a bigger issue of significant bleeding, severe pain, and/or signs of an infection swelling or fever), our dentists will usually direct the patient straight away to an emergency room if it is after the office is closed.
Our dentists will often schedule another appointment to monitor the patient’s progress or to conclude the needed services. Our dentists will explain to each patient their special care directions that should be followed entirely for faster relief. Patients should continue to schedule once a year dental exams and bi-annual dental cleanings at DentalWorks - Easton so our dentists can spot and avoid any future issues that may call for emergency care.
Dental emergencies should not be ignored because of money issues. DentalWorks - Easton will contact the patient’s insurance company to reach their greatest coverage. DentalWorks - Easton accepts many payment methods and helps patients with financing options to make fast dental care within the patient's means.
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Relief Right Now
The most important dental emergencies, including a lost filling or cracked tooth, seem to happen when they are least welcome. However, DentalWorks - Easton offers emergency dentistry. If you have a issue that must have critical help our dentists at DentalWorks - Easton will do their best to help you as fast as possible.
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