Emergency Dentistry

Emergency Dentistry Kingston, PA

Dental emergencies seem to pop up at the most inconvenient times. Here at Brand Dental, we care for our patients and know that some dental issue simply can’t wait. We are pleased to offer same-day emergency dental care. Whether you’re dealing with a toothache, broken tooth, lost filling or crown, we can help. Learn more about common emergency procedures below, or contact us for assistance if you’re experiencing a dental emergency.

    How to Avoid Dental Emergencies

    To best avoid dental emergencies, visit our office every six months for a dental cleaning and check-up. With regular check-ups, we can uncover minor problems before they grow into more painful and costly issues. Of course, it’s also important to maintain great dental hygiene at home. Our dentists can provide recommendations to help you take better care of your oral health at home, so you can prevent serious issues from developing. 

    Emergency Dentistry Services

    If you are a new or current patient in our practice, we are here to provide care. Below are some of the most common dental emergencies we can treat:

    Root Canal

    Dental infections can be harmful and are usually caused by an infected tooth nerve. When a tooth is infected or abscessed, a root canal helps save your tooth, treat the infection and relieve your dental pain.  


    If your tooth is severely damaged or infected, sometimes the best treatment is to remove the tooth. But don’t be nervous. We will make sure to provide a pleasant experience and solutions to replace your missing tooth. 

    Trauma Repair

    Accidents happen while playing sports, out running errands, even biting into food. Whether you break a tooth, chip a tooth, or lose a filling or crown, we’re here to help treat any unexpected dental problems that pop up. 


    A toothache can be an awful feeling, even keeping you up at night. We are here to treat your dental pain and figure out the cause of your discomfort. If you are feeling any toothache symptoms, contact our office for assistance. 

    Swollen Jaw

    Swelling is usually not a good sign. If you’re experiencing swelling in your jaw, it may be associated with an infection or trauma. Even if you are not in any pain, make sure to come into our office so our doctors can evaluate your swelling. 

    Sore Gums

    If you’re experiencing sore gums, you could have several things going on. Gums can be irritated because of poor hygiene, trauma, or dental infections. If your gums feel sore and look red, schedule a dental appointment today.   

    Schedule an Appointment

    If you’re experiencing any of the symptoms listed above, please contact our Kingston, PA office to schedule an appointment. Though we do not provide 24-hour care, we will make every effort to schedule a same day visit for dental emergencies. For any other dental or medical emergencies, call 911 to get immediate care.