From 1 to 101, we provide comprehensive dental care to patients of all ages. We can help you maintain good oral health or provide full mouth rehabilitation.
In addition to being insurance friendly, we have flexible financial options including in-house dental loyalty plans to help you save money on all your family's dental needs.
We want our patients to feel completely at home in our care, so we go above and beyond to create an inviting atmosphere with a friendly team and modern amenities.
Your Emergency Dentist in Phoenix
Dental emergencies often happen when we least expect them and when we don't have a dental appointment coming up. Instead of waiting around in pain or with a broken tooth, call Arizona Biltmore Dentistry. We set aside time in our schedule each day so patients can see our emergency dentist and receive prompt care.
Our talented team provides urgent dental care without sacrificing quality, so you can rest assured that your problem will be addressed and we will always do everything we can to save your tooth and relieve your pain.
New Patient Special
*Regular Value $360. Valid in absence of active periodontal disease.
** Valid in absence of active periodontal disease.
Common Dental Emergencies
We see a lot of different emergency situations at our practice. If you experience one of the following common dental emergencies, call our office right away and follow our instructions on how to care for yourself until your appointment.
- Severe toothache: Clean your mouth with a warm salt water rinse. Brush and floss gently to remove any food particles that may be causing discomfort. Use over-the-counter pain medication (do not apply directly to the gums), and call us if the pain does not subside.
- Lost crown or filling: If you can put the crown back over the tooth, do so until you can get in to see us. Otherwise keep the area clean and free of debris like food particles until your appointment.
- Broken tooth: Save any part of the tooth you can. Rinse the area with warm water to keep it clean, and apply a cold compress if there is any swelling.
- Knocked-our permanent tooth: Save the tooth if you can by picking it up by the crown (the portion visible above the gums). If you can, reinsert the tooth into the socket, or place it between your cheek and gums if you cannot. Call us immediately because the faster we get to work, the higher the chances we can save your tooth.