- Does Western Dental do walk ins?
- How much does an emergency dental visit cost?
- When should you go to ER after tooth extraction?
- Is the first visit at Aspen Dental free?
- Do dentists walk ins?
- How much is a root canal?
- Where can I get free dental work?
- Will a dentist see you without insurance?
- How much does it cost to get a tooth pulled without insurance?
Aspen Dental practices are happy to serve you if you’re having a dental emergency – whether you’re a current or new patient.
In most cases, the practice will be able to accommodate emergency walk-in appointments or offer a same-day appointment, however, next-day appointments are occasionally necessary.
Does Western Dental do walk ins?
Our Western Dental 12th Street office, previously known as Smile Wide, provides affordable family dentistry and orthodontics in Riverside. We gladly welcome walk-ins and patients of all ages, in addition we offer affordable payment options and accept most dental insurance plans.
How much does an emergency dental visit cost?
You can expect to pay around $75 to $300 for non-surgical, gum-erupted emergency tooth extraction, and between $200-$600 for the type of extraction that requires anesthesia for the patient. Recovery time is 2-3 days, and it is extremely beneficial to get an infected or otherwise rotting tooth out of the mouth.
When should you go to ER after tooth extraction?
You should call your dentist or oral surgeon if you have:
- Signs of infection, including fever or chills.
- Severe swelling or pus from the extraction site.
- Continued pain several hours after extraction.
- Excessive bleeding several hours after extraction.
Is the first visit at Aspen Dental free?
Your first visit for a comprehensive exam and X-rays is free.* – (*$19 in IL, TN.) Your dentist will give you a comprehensive exam and recommend treatment to get your mouth on the road to healthy. The office manager will discuss costs and work with you to find payment options that fit your budget.
Do dentists walk ins?
Having a tooth knocked out of your mouth can be traumatic, but take a deep breath and remember that emergency dentists treat this kind of situation often. If you are able to see a dentist within an hour, there is a pretty good chance the dentist will be able to re-insert the tooth into its socket and save it.
How much is a root canal?
The short answer is somewhere around the neighborhood of $1,000, depending on which tooth needs it, among other factors. Here are the average prices of a root canal by tooth: Front teeth: The cost will range anywhere from $300 to $1,500, but a more typical range will be $900 to $1,100.
Where can I get free dental work?
State and Local Resources
Your state or local health department may know of programs in your area that offer free or reduced-cost dental care. Call your local or state health department to learn more about their financial assistance programs.
Will a dentist see you without insurance?
Having no dental insurance does not mean you can’t see a dentist. It may be necessary for you to make an appointment to see your dentist without insurance just to get recommendations for better oral hygiene and the types of preventative treatments patients get during regular dental visits.
How much does it cost to get a tooth pulled without insurance?
Average tooth removals cost: $75 to $300 for non-surgical, gum-erupted tooth extraction. $150 to $650 for a surgical extraction utilizing anesthesia. $185 to $600 for soft-tissue and complicated surgical extractions.