Here When You Need Us Most
Park Dental is committed to our patients and will continue to treat our patients who are experiencing a dental emergency during the COVID-19 outbreak.
If you are an existing Park Dental patient and you are experiencing a dental emergency, please contact your regular Park Dental Practice. Our phones are being answered and team members are available to answer your questions and provide instructions for receiving emergency treatment.
For your safety and the safety of health care providers, please call your regular Park Dental Practice and do not visit an urgent care clinic or an emergency room for your dental care needs.
Dental emergencies can happen when we least expect it. While it’s never convenient to have a dental emergency, it’s even worse when it happens after business hours. That’s why Park Dental doctors are available on call for dental emergencies that occur after hours. From a lost tooth to intense pain that just can’t wait until morning, a qualified doctor is available to see you when you need us most.
If you are experiencing a dental emergency, please call your dentist or a Park Dental location near you. During normal business hours, we can usually provide same-day emergency care for established patients. If you are not an existing Park Dental patient, we will make every attempt to see you at one of our locations that day. Unfortunately, it is sometimes not possible to accommodate all emergency requests.
For after hours emergency care, please call your Park Dental location and follow the prompts. The on-call dentist will contact you as soon as possible. Please note that after hours emergency care is reserved for true dental emergencies and is typically only available to established Park Dental patients. In some cases, the on-call dentist may advise you to schedule an appointment the following day.
For fastest response time, call your practice directly. Please do not use our online appointment request form to request emergency service. If your condition is life-threatening, please call 911 or go to the ER immediately.