Emergency Dentist – Buda, TX

Putting a Stop to Dental Pain Fast

Toothaches, lost teeth, a notably cracked tooth – all of these issues are considered dental emergencies. Ignoring them is not an option; if they go unaddressed for too long, they will grow worse, causing more pain and further damage. At Buda Dental Professionals, we can make arrangements to see you on the same day for an emergency appointment, so you aren’t left waiting for relief when it counts the most. Call us immediately when you need urgent dental care, and our trusted emergency dentist in Buda, TX will see you as soon as possible.


Why Choose Buda Dental Professionals for Emergency Dentistry?

  • Same-Day Emergency Care Available
  • IV Sedation Available In-House
  • Transparent, Detailed Treatment Plans


How We Treat Dental Emergencies

Emergency dentist talking to dental patient

You can call us immediately to set up a same-day appointment so that we can address your emergency as quickly as possible. A comprehensive examination will be performed, and afterward, we’ll explain what treatment options are available. Our recommendations will depend on the source of your emergency and how severe it is, and you’ll be given an estimate of the cost along with a timeline.


The Most Common Dental Emergencies

Dental emergencies can take many different forms. It’s always best to call our dental office if you’re not sure whether a particular issue counts as an emergency or not; we can advise you on what to do next based on your symptoms. Below, you’ll find some examples of particularly common emergencies that we see as well as tips on how to handle them.

Understanding the Cost of Dental Emergencies

Dentistry team member explaining the cost of dental emergencies

Just as the term “dental emergency” can refer to many different things, the cost of emergency treatment isn’t set in stone. The amount you end up paying depends on what treatments are needed as well as how complex your issue is. We can only give you an estimate of the cost once we’ve examined your mouth and narrowed down the root of the problem. You can count on our team to be transparent about how much you can expect to pay for treatment as well as our reasons for making specific recommendations.


Keys to Preventing Dental Emergencies

Dental team member explaining the benefit of brushing teeth to prevent dental emergencies

If you want to avoid dental emergencies, there are several precautions you can take:

  • Brush and floss twice every day to remove cavity-causing bacteria from your smile.
  • Visit our dental office twice a year for checkups and cleanings so that we can address dental problems in their earliest stages.
  • Break bad habits like eating ice and biting fingernails that can wear down or break teeth.
  • Always wear a mouthguard if you play contact sports of any kind.


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