Emergency Dentistry Services In Bloomington IL

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Emergency Dentistry


If you’re experiencing tooth pain or need emergency dental services, Sylvester Family Dental can help. Don't wait if you are in pain. We offer urgent dental care and emergency dental services at our location in Bloomington, IL. 


We are happy to serve you if you're having a dental emergency - whether you're a current or new patient. Call our office and our excellent staff will do their best to schedule the next available appointment.


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What Is Emergency Dental Care?

Emergency dental care applies to severe pain, swelling, or any injury that will cause further damage if you wait more than a few days to seek treatment. Urgent dental care may be required if you're experiencing severe toothaches, swollen jaw, sore gums, cracked teeth, or lost or loose fillings.



Emergency dentist for adults

Sylvester Family Dental offers emergency dentistry for adults. Whether it's a major toothache, loss of a tooth, or any other extreme pain in your teeth we are here to help. Call our office and one of our emergency dentists will see you as soon as possible during our regular office hours.


Emergency dentist for kids

If you're looking for an emergency pediatric dentist for your toddler, contact our office. We know the expertise it takes to help a child with tooth pain and we are here to help. If we cannot help we can refer you to an appropriate office.


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Do I need emergency dentistry?

We urge you to call our emergency dental office if you have any of the following symptoms. Some of these symptoms may not seem like a major problem, but if left unchecked by one of our dentists they may turn into bigger issues. We will get you an appointment as soon as possible during routine office hours. 


  • Toothache

  • Tooth Knocked Out

  • Gum/Tongue/Cheek Injuries

  • Chipped/Broken Teeth

  • Lost Filling/Crown

  • Tooth Lose

  • Abscess


How Should I Handle More Urgent Dental Emergencies?

If your symptoms are more critical than the ones mentioned above, call 911 or have someone drive you to the nearest emergency room for help. Signs that you should seek immediate care include:

  • Uncontrolled bleeding from your mouth
  • Serious trauma to your face, jaw, or mouth
  • Severe, sudden swelling


Emergency dentist and Covid-19

The team at Sylvester Family Dental has always made safety our top priority, which is why we are open and closely adhering to 

CDC, O.S.H.A., and State Dental Board guidelines to responsibly see our patients for dental appointments and treatment. We want to assure you of the measures we take to maintain a clean and safe environment so you can continue to receive needed dental care without fear or concern. If you are in need of emergency dentistry contact us as soon as possible so that we can help you get back to your normal life pain-free. 


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