Emergency Dentistry in Fort Lauderdale
"I had an appointment at Kodish-Perez Dental Group for a possible TMJ issue with my jaw. They were very thorough and I was happy with the options that they provided me with. Friendly and convenient office."- H.C / Office Visit / Jan 24, 2020
"In 1998 I started my dental trust with Dr. Kodish. His confidence, his kindness, and his results speak more than any words I can write here. Dr. Perez gave me excellent service on my recent visit. I am confident he will continue the excellent dental practice that I have had for years."- J.C. / Google / Aug 25, 2020
"Dr. Perez and his staff are amaizing."- W.S. / Google / Jul 24, 2020
"Professional staff and clean environment. Would highly recommend!"- K.J / Office Visit / Jan 08, 2020
"If I could give more stars to Dr Kodish I would. My story starts with being in pain for 16 months, countless appointments with every dental specialist you can think of, a root canal (which the Endodontist now says was unnecessary), medications that none of them worked and I thought I was losing my mind and frustrated. Then after a teeth cleaning with my past dentist, he noticed me rubbing my face and randomly mentioned “that’s your Masseter”. I researched what that was and discovered that I checked all the boxes for TMD and there began my search for a TMJ/TMD specialist and found Dr Kodish, made an appointment and 6 weeks later I am pain free. Dr Kodish is very kind, compassionate and professional. He was very patient listening to my long journey to find relief for my pain and did a full evaluation to identify my issues and it turned out I had many and not one dental professional identified any of them. Dr Kodish is brilliant and I highly recommend KP Dental. They are a full service dental practice and I will not go anywhere else."- N.R. / Google / Mar 11, 2021
Emergency Dentist Dental Care – Dr. Perez
We hope you never have a problem, but if you do, we offer 24-hour emergency service for our patients. If you have a dental emergency during office hours, please call our Fort Lauderdale, FL dental office at 954-505-8294 and explain your situation, and we will schedule you an appointment as soon as possible.
Few experiences are as uncomfortable as tooth pain. Tooth pain is usually sudden and can become severe enough to make speaking and eating difficult. Some common causes of tooth pain include tooth decay and cavities, cracked or chipped teeth, or physical trauma.
Most cases of tooth pain occur for a reason, so it's important to see an emergency dentist to prevent your issue from becoming worse. Fort Lauderdale Dental Studio can perform an examination, determine the cause of your pain, and develop a custom treatment plan based on your dental needs. Our goal is to help you find the relief you're looking for.
Emergency Dental Care FAQ
How do I know if my dental issue is a dental emergency?
If you are having difficulty stopping bleeding in your mouth, have a tooth or teeth at risk of falling out, or are experiencing intense pain, then you are experiencing a dental emergency and should seek immediate care. Many dental emergencies are the result of an injury or trauma to the mouth/teeth or as a result of a serious dental issue or infection.
What are the most common dental emergencies?
The most common dental emergencies include loose or knocked-out teeth, severe toothaches, cracked, chipped, or broken teeth, injuries to the gums, and lost or damaged dental restorations (crowns, dentures, bridges, etc.)
Is a bad toothache a dental emergency?
Severe tooth pain that persists for longer than two days is considered a dental emergency because it can be an indication of a tooth infection or advanced tooth decay.
What if I have a dental emergency after business hours?
At Fort Lauderdale Dental Studio, we offer a 24-hour emergency service for our patients outside of normal office hours. If you are experiencing a dental emergency after hours, please feel free to call us to schedule an emergency dental visit.
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