Dental One Associates of Bel Air
3435 Box Hill Corporate Center Drive, Suite E, Abingdon, MD 21009

Emergency Dentists in Abingdon

We accept same-day emergency appointments. Call us today at (410) 698-1674.

Medical Emergencies

If you are experiencing a MEDICAL emergency,
please dial 911

Dental Emergencies

If you are experiencing a DENTAL emergency during regular business hours:
call (410) 698-1674

A painful dental emergency leaves you wondering, “Where will I find emergency dental care near me?” You can’t predict when a toothache will strike, but you can know where to get great emergency dental care when you need it.

Where to Find Your Local Emergency Dentists

Our emergency dentists in Abingdon provide comprehensive, emergency dental care throughout our regular business hours, so when your filling falls out at work, we are available to help. When your symptoms become noticeable, call our emergency dental office to make an appointment. We’ll try to see you within in the same day whenever possible. Our goals are to provide the right diagnosis, treat the pain and other symptoms, and make sure that you receive the right treatment to prevent a future recurrence.

We always try to provide dental emergencies with same-day treatment or care within 24 hours.

Defining Emergency Dental Services

Emergency dental services bring relief when sudden and unexpected dental problems appear. Urgent dental care is also important for preventing minor tooth and gum problems from becoming major ones. The following are just a few of the services our dentists provide during office hours:

  • Management of toothaches and other types of oral pain caused by dental disease and injury
  • Emergency tooth extraction
  • Repairs for chips, cracks, and other types of minor and major tooth damage
  • Treatment for pain and swelling caused by impacted molars
  • Restoration of missing crowns and fillings
  • Antibiotic treatment for dental infections
  • Treatment of pain and oral injury related to broken orthodontic wires and brackets

When Should I Get Emergency Dental Treatment?

I don’t know if my symptoms should be treated as an emergency. How do I know when to look for emergency dental care near me?

Emergency dental care is needed whenever pain or other symptoms are affecting your ability to enjoy life and perform your everyday activities. If you want emergency care, you probably need it. Here are a few of the conditions and symptoms that our office treats on an emergency basis.

Broken or Fractured Teeth

Broken and fractured teeth deserve your immediate attention. You can help prevent infection and further damage by seeking emergency care as soon as possible.

Knocked-Out Teeth

Our emergency dentists have experience with knocked-out teeth. If you request care immediately after the incident occurs, we may be able to save your tooth. Be sure to handle your tooth only by the crown and rinse any broken parts with lukewarm water. If you are unable to fit the tooth back into its original position, store it inside your mouth to keep it moist, and call our office for further instruction immediately.

Severe Toothache Pain or Pressure

Severe toothache pain may occur along with feelings of pressure in your gums, fever, ear pain, and other symptoms. Call us when your toothache becomes obvious so that we can provide pain relief and a diagnosis as soon as possible.

Tooth Sensitivity

Although you may not need urgent dental care for sensitivity to temperature or sweet foods, extreme sensitivity that occurs suddenly can be a clue that suggests an underlying problem like an infection or a damaged tooth. Contact our office to schedule an appointment if your tooth sensitivity develops abruptly or seems unusual.

Dental Decay (Cavities)

Dental decay that leads to cavities occurs over time. After the deterioration exposes underlying pulp and nerves, you’ll notice pain and sensitivity. Our emergency dentists can examine your cavities to determine what treatments are needed to provide long-term pain relief and structural stability.

Abscessed Tooth

An abscessed tooth is caused by a bacterial infection at the tooth root. Symptoms of an abscess include unrelenting tooth pain, severe facial and jaw swelling, fever, pus-filled sores on gum tissue, and swollen glands in your neck. If you don’t receive prompt treatment for an abscess, serious complications may occur. Call our emergency dental office at once if you think that your tooth is abscessed.

Lost or Loose Fillings

Lost or loose fillings don’t just affect your ability to chew properly, they leave your treated teeth unprotected and vulnerable to more serious damage. Call us to schedule treatment as soon as your filling loosens or falls out.

Broken Crowns or Lost Restorations

Like damaged fillings, broken or lost crowns leave your teeth unprotected and at risk for decay and structural damage. See our emergency dentists to obtain either temporary or permanent replacement crowns and restorations.

Orthodontic Pain or Injuries

When the metal brackets and wires that make up orthodontic devices break or malfunction, pain and injury may follow. We can treat your oral irritation and injuries related to your orthodontic devices and stabilize them to prevent further problems.

Teeth Grinding and Enamel Damage

Many people grind their teeth at night. Over time, this wears away your protective tooth enamel. Our dentists can evaluate the condition of your enamel and determine if strengthening treatment is needed. They can also provide dental appliances that help minimize the damage caused by your grinding habits.

Sinus Pressure

Sinus pressure isn’t always caused by a sinus headache or infection; impacted teeth and hidden dental infections can also produce the symptom. If your sinuses feel like they’re going to explode, let us take a look. We can determine if there’s an underlying dental condition causing the problem.

How to Handle a Serious Problem

I may have a broken jaw or a concussion caused by a fall. Should I contact an emergency dental office near me or visit the hospital emergency room instead?

When your symptoms are serious and could negatively affect your general health, emergency dentists in Abingdon aren’t the appropriate option. If you experience severe bleeding, severe swelling or impact injuries to your head, jaw, face, or neck, have someone drive you to a hospital emergency room or call 911 for immediate medical help.

How Much Can Dental Emergency Visits Cost?

Everyone has different needs, so it’s impossible to predict the cost of any person’s emergency dental care without diagnosis and treatment information. However, our emergency dentists can provide more information after your exam. We offer financing options for patients who cannot pay their charges all at once. Our providers accept most major dental plans and major credit cards, and we can also help you apply for our DentRite® discount plan. DentRite® is not an insurance plan, but it does provide great savings on various types of dental care, including emergency treatment. Acceptance is universal, and your membership covers your immediate family members.

It’s Saturday, but my tooth is killing me. Should I wait until business hours resume to call the emergency dental office near me?

If you have minor symptoms, waiting a day or so to see our emergency dentists may be safe. However, if you’re having severe symptoms or unbearable pain, it’s better to protect your dental health by visiting the nearest emergency room. When your dental disaster occurs during office hours, our emergency dentists in Abingdon are here to provide the comprehensive care that you need so you can get back to your daily routine.

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Patient Reviews
I had a great experience at my past root canal appointment. Dr Nevid is great!
Sara G.
Excellent. Staff is courteous and dentists are thorough in helping solve dental problems. Highly recommended.
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Going to a dentist you are always nervous but at dental one it is so relaxing in there listening to music and the staff is so friendly there and they […]
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Dr. Nevid was absolutely wonderful! She is a "no pain for my patient" dentist! I will happily sit in her dental chair anytime!
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My family has been going to Dental One for years and we have been please with the care we have recieved.
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Great care. Explanation of care plan and questions answered. Oral surgeon personable and professional
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Awesome friendly staff with excellent service!!
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Dr. Chhatwal is always friendly and extremely professional. I appreciate how he explains everything he is going to do and why it is necessary. One […]
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I recently had a cavity cleaned and filled at Dental One. The whole procedure went quickly and painlessly, and was back to normal in no time.
Jason S.
Appointment started on time which is a plus. People were very nice and appeared to know what they were doing. There could have been more […]
Robert W.
Great staff and Dr Blaney is the best!!
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Dr Chhatwal is THE BEST!
Lauren B.
I had two wisdom teeth extracted at once and the experience was not as frightening as I imagined. The girls were great and accomodating with all my […]
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I can't say enough good things about this office and the people who work there. I had 2 cavities in my front teeth and had a very noticeable gap and […]
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Always a very positive and friendly atmosphere.
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The staff at Dental One Harford are wonderful. Dr. Ashar and his assistants made me feel very comfortable. My post- surgical instructions were very […]
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Dr. Nevid is the best dentist I have ever had! Her "no pain" theory is fantastic! She explains everything! I have no anxiety sitting in her chair, […]
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Dr. Bae and his assistant were great. My daughter had some excess gum tissue removed. Sadly I can't remember his assist's name; however, my daughter […]
Hannah N.
I had a very good experience all around. Really like my new dentist Melissa Nevid. She took very good care of me.
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Dr. Bae and his assistant Cherrie were exceptional! it was a pain free experience and Dr. Scrupa and his assistant the previous day were exceptional […]
Todd C.
Was little apprehensive about switching from a single office Dentist to a large practice like Dental One. However, after my initial visit and my […]
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Dr. Nevid has great chair-side manner and does excellent work. This practice's hygienists and assistants (Nancy, Gabby, and Heather) are all highly […]
Ellice L.
Always friendly and In fast, take extra time to discuss needs and then makes sure I am numb before working (which some places do not).
Joseph H.
Excellent service by staff and oral surgeon.
William P.
I had 3 fillings and the dentist was very gentle and was concerned that I had NO discomfort.
Ray A.
Staff is friendly, dental work was well done.
Ryan A.
I was in and out with no problem. Very clean and professional place.
Robin T.
Great experience. State of the art dental professionals and equipment. Very professionally operated office with an amiable staff.
Richard D.
I was very nervous about my oral surgery but Doctor Asher and the ladies in his office put me at ease quickly. Pain was very minimal and it was done […]
Tarika K.
I had all 4 wisdom teeth removed. Dr. Asher & his team were excellent putting me at ease about the procedure & everything went as smooth as possible.
David G.
Wonderful staff. No complaints
Ellis D.
Wonderful experience
Donna S.
Amanda and the Doctor were a great team and fantastic. They both made me feel comfortable. The Doctor made me feel like I was his only priority. He […]
Anna M.
Fast, very kind, and professional. I felt well taken care of every step of the way!
Trista C.
My Dr and staff have always been curtiouss, kind and helpful, very peasant. They are very knowledgable and do andd excellent and painless job. For […]
Patricia S.
excellent cleaning experience by Nancy
Debbie D.
Dr Blaney is great and so is his dental assistant. They make a wonderful team. It's always a pleasure coming to dental one.
Patricia E.
As always, I had a good experience. I had an old crown from years ago come off and walked in without an Appt. They were quick to get me scheduled […]
Carl D.
Dr Chatwell is the best Dentist in Harford County
Paul K.
My hygienist Nancy is A++++
Joseph W.
My cleaning was normal. Took me on time. Waiting room was cold as usual. No reason for this when rest of building is warm.
William H.
Did a very good job with my plaque and the wait was not long.
Sam D.
Good visit. Have not been in a while and every effort was made to accommodate my work schedule and availability, thank you.
Roger S.
Gabby is amazing! By far the best hygienist I have ever had at any dentist office.
Lindsey T.
I am always impressed with the professionalism of the team at the Bel Air location. Dr Chatwal did an amazing job with my teenage daughters bridge […]
Amanda B.
Excellent job by Dr. Bae. If you have to have surgery and a tooth extraction then Dr. Bae is your guy. Excellent job.
Charles B.
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Office Hours
Mon. – 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Tue. – 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Wed. – 9:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Thu. – 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Fri. – 7:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Sat. – Closed
Sun. – Closed
Phone: (410) 698-1674
Fax: (410) 569-8704
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  • Monday 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
  • Tuesday 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
  • Wednesday 9:00 AM - 7:00 PM
  • Thursday 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
  • Friday 7:00 AM - 2:00 PM
  • Saturday Closed
  • Sunday Closed
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