Dental Emergency Services in Uptown

When you have a toothache, dental injury, or infection it’s essential to call our team at Broadway Dental Co. without delay. Receiving emergency dental services in a timely manner is very important to your health and the overall outcome of treatment. We offer a wide variety of emergency dental care, which means that in most cases you will leave our office feeling much better than when you arrived. Our goal is to help you so we strive to offer same day appointments to all of our emergency patients. Dr. Cody lives down the street so if an emergency occurs after hours or on the weekend, don’t hesitate to reach out to us for an emergency dentist appointment.

Emergency Dental Care

A tooth emergency can result in severe pain and potential long-term damage when left untreated. Emergency services are required for various problems including but not limited to:

  • Toothaches
  • Dental infection
  • Chipped tooth
  • Broken tooth
  • Knocked out tooth
  • Lost dental crown
  • Lost filling
  • Broken dental restorations
  • Facial trauma

Any time there is pain or injury to your teeth or gums it is best to call for emergency dental care as soon as possible. Prompt dental services could save a tooth that might otherwise be lost.

Reach out to our office at Broadway Dental Co. to discuss your current situation. We will evaluate the problem over the phone, provide immediate recommendations to alleviate your pain, and schedule an emergency dentist appointment at our office as soon as possible. Our goal is to make you feel better. Having a proactive approach designed to give you prompt treatment will help to minimize any long-term damage that can occur.

If an injury or swelling is severe, then it might be necessary to visit an emergency room first. Once the immediate and critical healthcare is addressed, you can then talk to us about scheduling an appointment to discuss any necessary dental treatment we offer. 

Emergency Dental FAQ

How do I know if emergency dental services are needed?

Any time you have a question about dental care don’t hesitate to reach out to us at Broadway Dental Co. If you are experiencing pain, infection, or injury that affects the teeth and gums then it’s likely that you need an emergency appointment with our dental team. Common reasons for emergency services include toothache, infection, swelling, a knocked out tooth, severe bleeding, or other facial accidents and trauma.

When is an emergency dentist available?

Our office offers on call support, ensuring you have access to timely dental care when it is needed the most. If the injury or toothache happens during regular office hours then we can often fit you into our schedule for a same day appointment. When the emergency occurs after hours or on the weekend, then call us to learn about your options. For example, we only have a few hours to save a knocked out tooth so our dentist will meet you at the office as soon as possible. On the other hand, a broken filling might be able to wait until the following day.

Will insurance pay for dental emergencies?

Most insurance companies provide coverage for emergency treatments but the amount of coverage varies depending on your plan. We will evaluate the circumstances and will often provide multiple treatment recommendations. We’ll gladly look at your insurance coverage during your visit and provide an estimate for out of pocket expenses. Regardless of insurance coverage, it’s always best to seek emergency dental services as soon as possible to avoid further complications. We are here to help and will work with you whether you come in with or without dental insurance.


Our office accepts a wide variety of PPO insurance plans and we’re always happy to help you understand and maximize your benefits! Broadway Dental Co. is in-network with Aetna, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Careington, Cigna, Delta Dental, GEHA, Guardian, Humana, MetLife, Principal, Unicare, United Concordia, and United Healthcare.

Don’t see your insurance provider listed? Please contact us so we can verify if we are in your network.