What To Expect During Your Emergency Dental  Visit


Our expert devoted team will promise to treat you with HONESTY and attention you deserve. We will work with you to determine the best approach for your emergency dental care needs. In most cases, you will get treatment within few hours of your call.

We have No Hidden Cost and we will discuss all aspects of your dental treatment with you before proceeding with any dental work. This will allow you to manage your out of pocket cost while receiving the best available treatment for your pain.

Dr. Shojania has over 20 years of experience in emergency dentistry and his team is among the few dental offices in San Diego that is available 24 hours a day, weekends and most holidays to immediately advise and directly speak with you regarding your dental emergencies*.

How To know If You Have A Dental Emergency?


Here are some questions to answer if you are not certain whether you have a dental emergency:

  • Are you in severe pain?
  • Do you have a wisdom toothache?
  • Are you bleeding from the mouth?
  • Do you have any swelling in the mouth or facial area?
  • Have you been hit in the face or mouth?
  • Do you have any loose teeth?
  • Do you have any bulges, swelling, or knots on your gums?

If you answered YES to any of these questions, call us immediately so we can help you ASAP!

AFFORDABLE Emergency Dental Services


Do not worry, we are  here to help! So call us immediately if you are having extreme PAIN and you have a dental emergency such as:

  • Serious Toothache
  • Wisdom Tooth Problems
  • Broken Tooth
  • Front Tooth Fracture
  • Crown Coming Out
  • Throbbing Tooth Pain
  • Infections
  • Cosmetic Problems
  • Broken Veneer

Emergency Dental First Aid


You can reduce the pain and prevent additional damage with just a few simple first aid steps. If you have the following symptoms:

Swelling: Use a cold compress on the affected area.

Pain: Take an over-the-counter pain reliever and apply clove oil topically for quick relief.

Bleeding:  Apply gentle pressure to the wound using a bit of sterile gauze.

Lost Restorations:  Denture adhesive or sugar-free gum can temporarily hold a crown or bridge in place.

Knocked out tooth: Rinse your mouth and the tooth gently and do not damage any tissue that is still attached to the root. Place your tooth back in the socket or in a container of milk and bring it to our office.

Wisdom Teeth Extraction


Wisdom teeth (third molars) are the last 4 of your 32 teeth that grow at the back of the mouth and some encounter impacted wisdom teeth that do not have enough room to erupt into the mouth or grow normally.

It may be necessary to pull your impacted wisdom teeth because it can grow at an angle toward the neighboring teeth, not erupt at all or partially erupt.

If impacted wisdom teeth are left untreated it can lead to severe pain, gum disease, Poor position, Crowding, tooth decay, infection or other dental problems.

Signs of impacted wisdom teeth:

  • Pain in Teeth Surrounding The Wisdom Tooth
  • Headaches
  • Pain in the Neck or Back of Mouth
  • Gums are bleeding and swollen
  • Tender Gums

If you are experiencing any of these symptoms, call us immediately so we can see you ASAP.