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Boynton Beach Emergency Dental Care

Do you need an emergency dentist in Boynton Beach?

Emergency Dentist of Boynton Beach offers same-day emergency appointments to patients and visitors to the practice from Monday to Friday.

If you are in pain or if you’ve had an accident, call us now on 561-473-4842.

Our team are fully qualified in dealing with dental emergencies in Boynton Beach and we always endeavour to rectify your dental problem on the day.

Occasionally, for more complex emergencies this may not always be possible, in which case we will do our best to make sure you are pain-free before leaving our clinic.

We care passionately about all of our patients and we never go home until all of our emergencies are dealt with!

Emergency Services


Root Canals


Crowns and Bridges






Chipped Tooth


Cracked Teeth


Broken Teeth




Wisdom Teeth Pain


Dental Implants

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Why choose Emergency Dentist of Boynton Beach?

  • We offer a unique 24 Hours / 7 Days aftercare cover for all our patients;
  • No registration is required for new patients.
  • Active treatment is carried out on the same emergency appointment. Same-day root canal treatment or tooth extraction services are available even for complex surgical wisdom tooth extractions.
  • Dental Sedation is available for anxious and nervous patients.
  • Exceptional care from a highly experienced, qualified and ethical team of 20 dentists and hygienists, including registered specialists in endodontics, orthodontics, prosthodontics, and periodontics.
  • With an in-house 3D CT scan, we can diagnose any condition as accurately as possible.
  • In-house CEREC technology enables us to provide you with same-day crowns and same-day veneers.
  • Emergency Dentist of Boynton Beach is established in 2005 and has been providing excellent dentistry services since then.
  • Highest rated private emergency dentist in Boynton Beach, Florida with over 150,000 happy patients since 2005.

Dental Emergencies

Knocked-out tooth

The first step is to stay calm and find the actual tooth. Handle it by the crown (the top), not the root, without scraping or rubbing away any tissue fragments. If possible, rinse the tooth quickly in milk or some saliva to remove any dirt or debris. Then try to gently hold it in place in the socket. If you’re not able to replant the tooth, keep it moist by immersing it in milk or saliva (not water), sealing it in plastic wrap, or placing it in the person’s mouth next to the cheek. Time is critical in saving the tooth so contact the dentist immediately for an emergency appointment.

Chipped, fractured or cracked tooth

Clean the area by rinsing the mouth with warm water. Use an ice pack wrapped in a clean towel or a cold compress on the face if needed to reduce swelling. The urgency depends on the severity but only a dentist can discern how serious the condition is. It’s better to be safe than sorry – head to the surgery as soon as possible.


Rinse the mouth out with warm water and floss the area to remove any debris. If pain persists, contact your dentist immediately.

Gum abscess and swelling

Contact the dentist immediately. They will be able to prescribe some pain relief and/or antibiotics to settle the infection and devise a treatment plan once the area has been assessed.

Wisdom tooth pain

Apply an ice pack to the outside of the face to reduce swelling for just 20 minutes. Repeat as required. Additionally, you can rinse your mouth out with warm salty water every 2 to 3 hours and try taking an over-the-counter medication, that you’re already familiar with, to relieve your pain.

Bleeding gums

Brush your teeth with a soft brush, and avoid brushing in back and forth movements. Instead, try circular rotations, brushing away from the gums. Floss your teeth before going to sleep; flossing beneath the gums removes food and debris. If you are still suffering from bleeding gums, you may need to get your teeth professionally cleaned. Once they have been cleaned thoroughly it will be much easier to maintain good dental hygiene and healthy gums. And remember, flossing properly minimises the chance of periodontal disease.

Emergency Dentistry Boynton Beach

If you’ve chipped or broken a tooth as a result of an accident or an injury, it can be a traumatic experience. It’s very important that you see a dentist immediately, even if the tooth is just slightly chipped. And if you have knocked out a tooth or several teeth, the sooner you are seen by a dental professional the better because there is a chance that the teeth could be re-implanted, depending on the severity of your injury.

It’s very important that you keep the knocked out tooth clean and avoid handling the root. In some cases, you may be able to put the tooth back into the socket by biting down on a clean paper towel for around 15-20 minutes.

If you have a chipped tooth then your dentist may be able to smooth down the uneven edge and replace the missing part with a tooth-coloured filling. If you break a back molar then this may have to be replaced with a crown.

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Dental Emergencies Boynton Beach

We allocate time each day to deal with dental emergencies or dental urgencies.

We ask that you contact the practice as soon as possible so we can allocate a space to you the same day.

If the practice is closed you will need to decide if you can wait for the practice to be open again or if you need to see a dentist urgently.

Again, just ring the practice out of hours and you can listen to a recorded message giving instructions on how to access emergency care.

If you are not a patient of the practice we would be delighted to see you for a same day emergency depending on availability.

Emergency Dentist in Boynton Beach

Emergency Dentist of Boynton Beach is a 24-hour service provided to treat patients in need of urgent dental care. We have experienced emergency dentists on hand to reduce pain, prevent infection and restore dental health. Accessing emergency dental care for oral trauma is important to preserve the existing dental structure and prevent the onset of infection and health complications.

Emergency Dental FAQs

Is an emergency dentist the same as a general dentist?

In a sense, yes! General dentists are the most common type of dentists because they can treat patients of all ages. However, an emergency dentist is also like a general dentist! They undergo general dentistry training, as well as additional emergency training.

Most emergency dentists are actually general dentists who decided to take the extra training. General dentists, however, are typically staffed in practices, while emergency ones are in dental urgent cares or the emergency rooms of hospitals.

How soon do I need to visit the dentist?

The sooner, the better. Receiving prompt care is especially important if one of your teeth got knocked out; if you get help within an hour or so, it might be possible for your emergency dentist to splint it back in place. In other situations, such as if you lost a filling, you may be able to practice self-care for a day or two before you visit your dentist.  

What if I have a toothache?

Dental pain can be very debilitating, to the point of keeping you up at night. This type of severe and constant pain can be the indicator of a dental infection. If your tooth is infected, it’s important to understand that you need to seek treatment right away because an infection won’t heal on its own.

A dental infection that is left untreated will progress and could spread to other critical areas of your body and could also affect other teeth. Root canal therapy may be able to preserve your tooth and eliminate the infection if you are proactive about seeking treatment.

What should I do if my tooth is broken or chipped?

For a broken or chipped tooth, patients are advised to save any of the fallen pieces before rinsing their mouth and the recovered pieces of the tooth with warm water. If there is bleeding, the patients should put a piece of gauze on the affected area until the bleeding stops. Patients can also apply a cold compress on the affected area to reduce swelling and relieve the pain before going to see the dentist.

What is a dental emergency?

A dental emergency is generally defined as intense pain, sudden swelling, or just a generally large amount of discomfort. This could be caused by a sudden injury or accident, or for some other unknown reason. Since dental problems rarely solve themselves, it often qualifies as a dental emergency, and you should immediately visit your dentist. Whether you have a severe toothache, have chipped your tooth, or are suffering from another form of a dental emergency, don’t hesitate to contact our practice in Gilbert so you can return to your pain-free life!

My child’s baby tooth is knocked out; what should I do?

You will need to contact an emergency dentist as soon as you can because you will need an experienced person to help you with this kind of situation. You should not try to replant a baby tooth because of the likelihood of damage while the tooth grows.

How can I remove an object caught between teeth?

If you happen to get a piece of food or any other very small object wedged between your teeth, you can try to very gently remove the object with dental floss. You should not use anything that is extremely sharp, like a pin around your teeth as it may cause damage. If what is there cannot be removed by dental floss, contact a dentist soon to schedule an appointment.

Emergency Dentist of Boynton Beach Location

Name: Emergency Dentist of Boynton Beach

Address: Boynton Beach, Florida

Phone: 561-123-0546


Email: info {@} emergencydentistboyntonbeach {.} com

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About Boynton Beach

The City of Boynton Beach is the third-largest municipality in Palm Beach County with an estimated population of approximately 78,000 residents. Residents of Boynton Beach enjoy a tropical lifestyle with waterfront dining, abundant shopping and lively entertainment throughout the week.  With hundreds of restaurants, outdoor lifestyle shopping centres and a regional mall, residents do not have to travel outside the City to dine, shop or be entertained. 

The City operates 8 recreation centres, 29 parks, a swimming pool, a municipal beach, and lots of youth, teen, adult and senior programs.  Professional, dedicated staff members, with the assistance of valuable volunteers, manage the year-round recreation programs and activities and maintain parks and open spaces for the enjoyment of people of all ages and abilities.

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