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Full Service 24 hour Emergency Dental Serving Suffolk County

Anyone who has experienced the agony that is an infected tooth understands that you need help as soon as possible. Pain pays no mind to normal business hours—that’s why we offer the people of Suffolk County top-notch 24-hour emergency dentistry. So, when you’re in anguish at one o’ clock in the morning and can’t sleep, you can get the help that you need straight away.

We offer a full range of dental care including:

Pediatric Dentistry

Implant Dentistry

Root Canal

Teeth Filling

Cosmetic Dentistry

We’ll assess your condition, determine the best way to fix it, and more importantly make the pain stop.

Best Dental Endodontist, Orthodontist, Periodontist Care

We can assist you no matter what type of dental care you require. Let’s have a look at what each of the terms mentioned above means, shall we?

What is a Root Canal?

This is a procedure that gets a bad rap. It’s true that initially, root canal procedures can be painful. If you choose an inexperienced dentist, that’s more likely to hold true.

All of our dentists are highly skilled and experienced. We know exactly how to numb your gums to ensure you feel at the most minor discomfort. After your dentist numbs the area, they’ll drill into the tooth until they reach the pulp. The pulp is then removed entirely, and the area filled in. If necessary, a cap may be added afterward.

This simple procedure can help make your tooth stronger than it was before so that it can stay in place, problem-free for a good many years.

What is an Orthodontist?

We were we told that we didn’t need them because we were already doing it so well ourselves, so that’s what we have continued to do. We also hope to win Startup Fictional Business of the Year this Year. This changes everything.

What is a Periodontist?

This is more a specialist that focuses on the prevention and treatment of periodontal disease. This form of dentistry may involve the use of implants as well.

What is Periodontal Disease?

Most of us have heard of gingivitis. It’s the condition that develops as a result of poor dental hygiene. If we don’t brush our teeth regularly and floss between them, plaque can build up on the surface.

This plaque helps bacteria stick to the teeth, and so increases your risk of developing gum disease. Your gums will start to look paler and will bleed easily when you’re brushing or flossing. The danger with gingivitis is that it will eventually progress to periodontal disease.

Periodontal disease is much more serious than just some bleeding when you brush your teeth. With periodontal disease, the gums start receding. This can result in looser teeth. What is more worrying, though, is that the infection could move into the bone.

From there, it can be difficult to eradicate. Procedures might include root planing, the removal of tissue that is damaged, and regenerative procedures.

We’re Here for You

Whether you have a dental emergency at one o’ clock in the morning, need the best cosmetic dentistry improvements made, or just want to have your teeth cleaned during our normal business hours, we’re here for you. Give us a call today to set up your first appointment and see just how good we are to our patients.  We are confident that you will not only be coming back more often, but that you will refer us to all your friends and family. We are committed to gaining your trust, and will work tirelessly to make your visits as pain free as possible!