A dental emergency can occur when you least expect it.
At Summit Point Dental Implant Center, we provide emergency dentistry and offer extended hours – even on Saturdays.
If you have suffered an oral health emergency in the McKinney, TX, area, reach out to us for personalized dental care.
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McKinney Leaves 5-Star Reviews For Our First-Rate Dentist
So I came in for a bit if a dental emergency with an old filling, everyone here is so friendly, professional, and kind. They make sure you know exactly what's happening and it takes away from a lot of the anxiety around going to the dentist.View on Google
Dr. K seemed really knowledgeable but also had an amazing bedside manner and even with being an emergency appointment he took the time to explain everything to me very well. I would highly recommend coming to this office!View on Google
Our Emergency Dentist Treats a Wide Range of Issues
- Tooth Pain
- Tooth Infection
- Missing Crown
- Broken Tooth/Crown
- Gum Swelling
- Jaw Pain
- Sensitive Teeth/Gums
- Exposed Tooth Nerve
- Tooth Abscess
- And More
Knocked Out Tooth? Follow These Tips
Suffering from a knocked out tooth can feel like a dental disaster. Stay calm–we can help. In between losing your tooth and seeing our team, make sure not to touch the root of the tooth. While holding the crown, or portion that usually sits above the gumline, try to put the tooth back in its socket. If you cannot put the tooth back in its socket, place it between your gum and cheek and apply a cold wet compress for bleeding.
We Provide Elite Restorative Dental Options
Our elite, patient-oriented dentist utilizes advanced dental technology like 3-D scanners and printers to achieve the best restorative outcomes. Dr. Khodabakhsh can provide restorative dentistry following an emergency such as:
A dental crown covers the entirety of a severely damaged or decayed tooth, providing important protection, reinforcement of the tooth's structure, and maintaining the aesthetics of your smile.
Dental implants are artificial tooth roots that are surgically embedded to replace missing teeth. A dental implant then supports a restoration like a dental crown.