As of June 1, 2020, we have resumed routine dental care.

Please see our announcement for guidelines we are following to keep our patients and staff safe.

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Emergency Dental Care

We understand that dental emergencies do not always happen at the most convenient time. At Only Smiles Dental, we care for our patients like our family which is why we make ourselves available to offer prompt and efficient emergency care when you need it, doing whatever is necessary to alleviate your pain.

We will also gladly schedule a follow-up appointment if any further treatment is necessary. We efficiently handle any sport related dental injuries too. We do offer convenient evening and weekend hours to better accommodate you.

If one of your teeth has been knocked out, carefully pick it up by the crown ( white portion that we see in our mouth ) and gently rinse it in water. Do not scrub or dry the tooth. If you can reinsert the tooth in its socket, do so; if not, place it in a cup of cold milk.

Call us immediately, and please bring your tooth with you to your emergency appointment.