Get Same-Day Treatment
Emergency Dentistry in Holly Springs
Need help with a dental emergency in Holly Springs? Call us now at (919) 753-1280! Dr. Duncan is an experienced emergency dentist, and we offer same-day care for dental emergencies in Holly Springs. Our goal is to ensure that you and your family can get the treatment you need when you experience dental issues. If you or your child are experiencing oral pain, call or stop by our office right away!
Dental Care On Your Schedule
Same-Day & Weekend Appointments
We offer same-day appointments for all of our patients. If you can, please give us a call at (919) 753-1280 to let us know that you’ll be coming in, so we can prepare for your visit and help you as soon as you arrive. However, we accept walk-in emergency appointments at 242 South Main Street, Suite 208, Holly Springs, NC 27540. Come in as soon as you can and we will do our best to see you right away.
Recognizing Dental Emergencies
What Is A Dental Emergency?
At Spring Smiles, we define a dental emergency as any condition that is causing you serious discomfort, pain or bleeding, which you cannot treat on your own. If your condition fits these criteria, it’s an emergency. Contact us right away for an appointment!
Get Care For Cavities and Infected Teeth
If you have a toothache, this could indicate that you have a cavity or an infected tooth. It may also indicate that you are grinding your teeth as you sleep, which can cause serious long-term damage. If your toothache persists for more than a day or two, come in for an emergency appointment to get to the bottom of your dental issue. We will offer honest advice and affordable solutions to help you get out of pain and back to your day-to-day life.
Contact Us For Periodontal Care
If you notice that your gums are bleeding heavily when you brush or floss, this could indicate gum disease, which is a common oral health issue. Come in for a consultation to start treating this condition and to prevent it from permanently damaging your mouth. If your gums are bleeding due to oral trauma (cuts and lacerations), and have not stopped bleeding 1-2 hours after your accident, come in for an appointment. You may need stitches to repair your gums and oral tissue.
Loose Dental Work
Prevent Further Complications
A loose crown or filling is considered a dental emergency and should be addressed as soon as possible. When dental work falls out, your enamel becomes vulnerable to decay and damage, which could lead to a more severe cavity or even an infected tooth. To ensure your oral health is protected, come in right away if your crown or filling has fallen out or become loose.