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31 Dentists found in Jacksonville, FL

Greenberg Dental & Orthodontics

3.7
(102)
Orthodontist

5149 Normandy Blvd #4, Jacksonville FL 32205

Closes at
Sunday
Closed
Closed
Monday
10AM
6PM
Tuesday
10AM
6PM.
Wednesday
8AM
4PM
Thursday
8AM
4PM
Friday
8AM
3PM
Saturday
8AM
2PM
Weekend Hours

ASAP Dental Care

4.6
(983)
Dentist

7451 103rd St #18, Jacksonville FL 32210

Closes at
Sunday
8:30AM
6PM
Monday
8AM
8PM
Tuesday
7:30AM
8PM.
Wednesday
8AM
8PM
Thursday
7:30AM
8PM
Friday
8AM
8PM
Saturday
8AM
8PM
Weekend Hours

Dr. Chester A. Aikens, DDS

1
(1)
Dentist

305 E Union St, Jacksonville FL 32202

Closes at
Sunday
Closed
Closed
Monday
9AM
5:30PM
Tuesday
9AM
5:30PM.
Wednesday
9AM
5:30PM
Thursday
9AM
5:30PM
Friday
9AM
5:30PM
Saturday
9AM
5:30PM
Weekend Hours

Sol G. Brotman, DDS, MAGD

4.2
(14)
Dentist

3647 Hendricks Ave, Jacksonville FL 32207

Closes at
Sunday
Closed
Closed
Monday
8AM
4:30PM
Tuesday
8AM
5:15PM.
Wednesday
8AM
4:30PM
Thursday
8AM
4:30PM
Friday
8AM
12PM
Saturday
8AM
12PM
Weekend Hours

Jacksonville Emergency Dental, P.A.

4.8
(303)
Emergency dental service

1840 Dunn Ave Suite 3, Jacksonville FL 32218

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5
(1)
Emergency dental service

800 Dunn Ave, Jacksonville FL 32218

River Oaks Dental

5
(9)
Dentist

6120 San Jose Blvd, Jacksonville FL 32217

Closes at
Sunday
Closed
Closed
Monday
7AM
3PM
Tuesday
12
8PM.
Wednesday
Closed
Closed
Thursday
7AM
3PM
Friday
7AM
1PM
Saturday
7AM
1PM
Weekend Hours

Dr. Michael J. Thomasino, DMD

4.4
(7)
Emergency dental service

1716 University Blvd S, Jacksonville FL 32216

Jacksonville Emergency Dental

4.8
(212)
Emergency dental service

1716 University Blvd S, Jacksonville FL 32216

Economy Dentistry

1.8
(76)
Dental clinic

3615 Dupont Ave, Jacksonville FL 32217

Closes at
Sunday
Closed
Closed
Monday
8AM
5PM
Tuesday
8AM
5PM.
Wednesday
8AM
5PM
Thursday
8AM
5PM
Friday
8AM
5PM
Saturday
8AM
2PM
Weekend Hours

American Dental Wellness

4.6
(194)
Dental implants periodontist

38 Blanding Blvd, Orange Park FL 32073

Closes at
Sunday
Closed
Closed
Monday
8:30AM
5:30PM
Tuesday
8:30AM
5:30PM.
Wednesday
8:30AM
5:30PM
Thursday
8:30AM
5:30PM
Friday
8:30AM
5:30PM
Saturday
8:30AM
5:30PM
Weekend Hours

ASAP Total Dental Care

4.7
(71)
Cosmetic dentist

6960 Bonneval Rd # 201, Jacksonville FL 32216

Closes at
Sunday
Closed
Closed
Monday
8AM
5PM
Tuesday
8AM
5PM.
Wednesday
8AM
5PM
Thursday
8AM
5PM
Friday
8AM
5PM
Saturday
8AM
5PM
Weekend Hours

Regency Square Mall Dental, P.A.

1.7
(88)
Dentist

9501 Arlington Expy #0345, Jacksonville FL 32225

Closes at
Sunday
Closed
Closed
Monday
10AM
7PM
Tuesday
10AM
7PM.
Wednesday
10AM
7PM
Thursday
10AM
7PM
Friday
10AM
7PM
Saturday
10AM
7PM
Weekend Hours

Emergency Dentistry Jacksonville FL

4.5
(2)
Emergency dental service

3676 Crown Point Ct Suite 1a, Jacksonville FL 32257

Greenberg Dental & Orthodontics

3.6
(115)
Orthodontist

10601 San Jose Blvd #117, Jacksonville FL 32257

Closes at
Sunday
Closed
Closed
Monday
7AM
3PM
Tuesday
10AM
6PM.
Wednesday
7AM
3PM
Thursday
7AM
3PM
Friday
7AM
3PM
Saturday
8AM
2PM
Weekend Hours

David & Associates

4.5
(326)
Dentist

10991-54 San Jose Blvd, Jacksonville FL 32223

Closes at
Sunday
Closed
Closed
Monday
9AM
7PM
Tuesday
9AM
7PM.
Wednesday
9AM
7PM
Thursday
9AM
7PM
Friday
9AM
6PM
Saturday
9AM
4PM
Weekend Hours

Ivory Dental

4.6
(59)
Dentist

11362 San Jose Blvd Suite #7, Jacksonville FL 32223

Closes at
Sunday
Closed
Closed
Monday
8AM
4PM
Tuesday
8AM
4PM.
Wednesday
7AM
2PM
Thursday
9AM
5PM
Friday
Closed
Closed
Saturday
8AM
2PM
Weekend Hours

Franklin M. Rios

4.3
(6)
Dentist

8130 Baymeadows Cir W, Jacksonville FL 32256

Closes at
Sunday
Closed
Closed
Monday
8AM
5PM
Tuesday
8AM
5PM.
Wednesday
8AM
5PM
Thursday
8AM
5PM
Friday
8AM
4PM
Saturday
Open
Open
Weekend Hours

Bahri Dental Group

4.8
(39)
Dentist

8131 Baymeadows Cir W # 102, Jacksonville FL 32256

Closes at
Sunday
Closed
Closed
Monday
9AM
5PM
Tuesday
9AM
7PM.
Wednesday
9AM
5PM
Thursday
9AM
7PM
Friday
9AM
5PM
Saturday
9AM
3PM
Weekend Hours

Greenberg Dental & Orthodontics

3
(41)
Dental clinic

1340 Blanding Blvd #108, Orange Park FL 32065

Closes at
Sunday
Closed
Closed
Monday
10AM
6PM
Tuesday
7AM
6PM.
Wednesday
7AM
6PM
Thursday
7AM
3PM
Friday
7AM
3PM
Saturday
7AM
2PM
Weekend Hours

Krantz Dental Care, PA

4.9
(444)
Dental clinic

12058 San Jose Blvd #102, Jacksonville FL 32223

Closes at
Sunday
Closed
Closed
Monday
6:30AM
7PM
Tuesday
6:30AM
7PM.
Wednesday
6:30AM
5PM
Thursday
6:30AM
7PM
Friday
7AM
3PM
Saturday
8AM
1PM
Weekend Hours

Greenberg Dental & Orthodontics

3.5
(30)
Dental clinic

9978 Old Baymeadows Rd #1, Jacksonville FL 32256

Closes at
Sunday
Closed.
Closed.
Monday
10AM
6PM
Tuesday
8AM
4PM
Wednesday
8AM
4PM
Thursday
8AM
4PM
Friday
7AM
3PM
Saturday
8AM
2PM
Weekend Hours

Dental Center of Jacksonville

4.9
(411)
Dentist

6144 S Gazebo Park Pl #210, Jacksonville FL 32257

Closes at
Sunday
Closed
Closed
Monday
9AM
7PM
Tuesday
9AM
7PM.
Wednesday
9AM
7PM
Thursday
9AM
5PM
Friday
8AM
2PM
Saturday
8AM
2PM
Weekend Hours

Allcare Dentistry & Orthodontics

5
(8)
Dental clinic

11915 Beach Blvd #115, Jacksonville FL 32246

Closes at
Sunday
Closed
Closed
Monday
9AM
5PM
Tuesday
9AM
6PM.
Wednesday
9AM
5PM
Thursday
9AM
6PM
Friday
9AM
5PM
Saturday
9AM
2PM
Weekend Hours

Nguyen Do, D.D.S.

5
(1)
Dentist

11915 Beach Blvd # 115, Jacksonville FL 32246

Closes at
Sunday
Closed
Closed
Monday
9AM
5PM
Tuesday
9AM
6PM.
Wednesday
9AM
5PM
Thursday
9AM
6PM
Friday
9AM
5PM
Saturday
9AM
1PM
Weekend Hours

Dental Arts of Florida

4.6
(436)
Dentist

7645 Gate Pkwy #103, Jacksonville FL 32256

Closes at
Sunday
9AM
5PM
Monday
9AM
5PM
Tuesday
9AM
5PM.
Wednesday
9AM
5PM
Thursday
9AM
5PM
Friday
9AM
5PM
Saturday
9AM
5PM
Weekend Hours

Dr. Fred Tepedino, DMD

3
(6)
Dentist

7645 Gate Pkwy, Jacksonville FL 32256

Closes at
Sunday
8:30AM
5PM
Monday
8:30AM
7PM
Tuesday
8:30AM
6PM.
Wednesday
8:30AM
6PM
Thursday
8:30AM
6PM
Friday
8:30AM
7PM
Saturday
8:30AM
5PM
Weekend Hours

Quality Dental Care

4.9
(252)
Dentist

1631 Race Track Rd #104, St Johns FL 32259

Closes at
Sunday
9AM
5PM
Monday
9AM
5PM
Tuesday
9AM
5PM.
Wednesday
Closed
Closed
Thursday
9AM
5PM
Friday
9AM
5PM
Saturday
9AM
5PM
Weekend Hours

ASAP Atlantic Dental Care

4.3
(6)
Dentist

12777 Atlantic Blvd Suite 26, Jacksonville FL 32225

Closes at
Sunday
Closed
Closed
Monday
8:30AM
5:30PM
Tuesday
Closed.
Closed.
Wednesday
8:30AM
6PM
Thursday
Closed
Closed
Friday
8:30AM
5:30PM
Saturday
8:30AM
5:30PM
Weekend Hours

Greenberg Dental & Orthodontics

3.3
(101)
Dental clinic

13820 Old St Augustine Rd #105, Jacksonville FL 32258

Closes at
Sunday
Closed
Closed
Monday
7AM
3PM
Tuesday
7AM
3PM.
Wednesday
11AM
7PM
Thursday
7AM
3PM
Friday
7AM
3PM
Saturday
8AM
1PM
Weekend Hours

Carlson Dental Group

4.5
(307)
Dental clinic

13241 Bartram Park Blvd #1700, Jacksonville FL 32258

Closes at
Sunday
Closed
Closed
Monday
7AM
7PM
Tuesday
7AM
7PM.
Wednesday
7AM
7PM
Thursday
7AM
7PM
Friday
7AM
1PM
Saturday
7
11AM
Weekend Hours
24/7 Emergency Dentist Jacksonville FL CoverIf searching “emergency dentist near me” or “emergency dentist in Jacksonville” has brought you here, you’ve found the best resource for finding an emergency dentist in Jacksonville, FL there is. Considering the fact that dental emergencies always spring on you when you’re just about to go to bed, have a hot date tomorrow, or whatever the case may be, patients need to have help available to them no matter what time of day it is. Because of this, and because we’ve had these experiences ourselves, we’ve created our 24-hour emergency dentist referral service. The way we operate is easy. All you have to do is give us a call at (855) 352-6790, let us know what’s going on, give us some minor personal details, and you’re done! We do the rest of the work by booking an appointment for you with an emergency dentist in as little as 24 hours.

What You’ll Need to Remember and What to Bring With You

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Preparing for your emergency dentist Jacksonville appointment is very important. Once you’ve called us to let us know you need an appointment booked for you, it’s best to start preparing for your appointment right away while we do what we need to do. Start your preparations off by making a list of any medications you’re currently taking. Make sure you write out the entire name of the medication, your dosage, how often you take it, etc. If you have any known allergies, you need to make a separate list for those, as well. Even if you only have one or two allergies, write them down. Your emergency dentist and their team will be using your lists throughout your appointment to ensure that nothing they give you may cause an allergic reaction or clash with your medication. Next, if you’ve recently taken a trip to your regular dentist and came home with dental records, x-rays, or even something like a detailed receipt outlining what you had done, make sure you round those up and have them ready to bring to your appointment. Once we’ve set an appointment for you and have called you back to fill you in on all the details of said appointment, now is the time to call your emergency dentist to ask about insurance. It’s best to know if your insurance will be accepted by the emergency dentist before you go. If they don’t accept your insurance, asking how much your appointment will cost, or a price range at the very least, definitely wouldn’t hurt. Doing so will make sure that there are no surprises when it comes time to pay the bill. Now that you’ve prepped yourself, rounded up what you need, and have spoken with the emergency dentist before your appointment about insurance, all that’s left is to settle any fear or anxiety you may have. Don’t worry, all of the emergency dentists in our referral network, as well as their teams, have dealt with patients with a fear of the dentist many times in the past. Because of this, they know how to keep patients comfortable for the entire duration of the appointment.

Same Day Emergency Denture Repair

If your dentures are in a state of disrepair, eating is no doubt a challenge for you. Thankfully, we have a number of gifted lab technicians who work closely with the emergency dentists in our referral network. We can have your dentures repaired the same day they’re damaged! Should your dentures be broken beyond repair, however, we can have you fitted for a new set on site.

The Most Common Dental Emergencies Seen Every Day

The emergency dentists we work with through our network see all different types of dental emergencies every day, so we decided to go over some of the most common dental emergencies that they see on a daily basis. Doing so may help you identify what you’re going through, even if it’s just information you may need for the future. Before we go there, though, it’s important to recognize that there are two categories of dental emergencies – ones that show themselves immediately and those that hide until the pain starts. Losing a filling is an example of an immediate dental emergency, while an abscessed tooth is an example of a dental emergency that plays hide and seek, where the seek is the pain. We also need to go over knowing when it’s time to scrap the idea of an emergency dentist for the time being and, instead, going to get treatment from an emergency doctor at your local hospital. If you’ve received a broken arm, lost a couple of teeth, and head trauma from a car accident, you need an emergency doctor first, emergency dentist second.

Dealing With a Dislodged Tooth

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Nothing can set someone off into a frenzy more than losing a permanent tooth will. Dealing with a dislodged tooth, whether it was knocked out or just happened to fall out for whatever reason, requires immediate action if you want to save that tooth. The first, and most obvious, thing you need to do is find it. If you can find it, don’t pick it up by the root, only pick it up by the crown. Picking it up and handling the tooth by the root is the best way to damage it to the point where the emergency dentist may not be able to safely implant it back into the empty socket. Next, rinse it off and assess the empty socket. If you can’t look at it using a mirror, use your finger to gently feel if it’s okay. If both the root of the tooth and the empty socket have remained generally undamaged, you can try and put the tooth back into the socket to preserve it until your appointment. If you’re not comfortable doing this, or you feel you would damage the tooth or the socket, then don’t worry about putting it back in. Though doing so is the best way to preserve the tooth until you can get to your appointment, putting the tooth in a glass of milk or water is the next best thing! Remember, if you received head trauma from whatever happened to make you lose your tooth, unless it randomly fell out on its own, you need to go see an emergency doctor before an emergency dentist.

Oral Infections – The Dangers of Abscessed Teeth

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Oral infections, more specifically abscessed teeth, are extremely dangerous. They move in, grow, and fester in your teeth, all without you knowing about it until the unbearable pain begins. They are a dental emergency that goes from being a time-sensitive one to a life-threatening one. Something as simple as a chipped tooth that creates an opening to the inside of that tooth is enough to start the overwhelming process of an infected tooth. Though infected teeth usually aren’t able to be seen because they are inside of the tooth more often than not, sometimes you’ll get lucky. If you see anything that looks like acne or a pimple in your mouth, you may have an oral infection outside of a tooth. Next thing you know, you’re holding an icepack to your cheek begging for the pain to go away. The pain, however, is not your biggest worry when it comes to an infected tooth. Because oral infections are just like any other type of infection, they can result in blood poisoning if they go untreated. If you suspect you’re dealing with an oral infection, you need to call us right away at (855) 352-6790 so we can get an appointment booked for you immediately.

Dealing With the Loss of a Filling or a Crown

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If you’ve broken or lost your filling or your crown, you need to act fast. Though losing a crown or a filling isn’t as bad as an oral infection, both require the same fast action because of the fact that the tooth you lost it from is now completely open and exposed. If you don’t use dental cement, a piece of gauze, or even a cotton ball to plug the hole until we can get you to your appointment with the emergency dentist, there is going to be a lot of trouble. Leaving it open is risking an oral infection alone, but if the hole is deep enough you’re risking damage to the point of no return. Instead of putting a new cap on or filling the tooth back up, the emergency dentist may have to extract it.

When it’s Time for an Emergency Tooth Extraction

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Even the thought of having an emergency tooth extraction alone is enough to have you shaking in your boots. Fortunately for you, the emergency dentist and their team will do everything they possibly can in order to save the tooth before they make the decision to pull it. Unfortunately, not all teeth can be saved, even when the emergency dentist and their team try everything they can to save it. If you need an emergency tooth extraction, don’t worry, your emergency dentist and their team will make sure you’re comfortable and fully informed throughout the entire procedure. The procedure will begin with your mouth, specifically the extraction site, being completely frozen to ensure that you won’t feel any pain when the tooth is removed. The only thing you’ll feel is a minimal amount of pressure. The tooth will be extracted by use of dental pliers, which are not as scary as they sound. The emergency dentist will wiggle and rock the tooth around in the socket until it pops out. Sometimes, however, this method of extracting a tooth doesn’t always work. If this happens in your case, the emergency dentist will need to break the tooth up into sections and carefully remove the tooth in pieces. Once the procedure is successfully completed, the emergency dentist will go over some aftercare instructions for you that you will need to follow religiously. Not doing so increases the risk of the site becoming infected and will maximize the amount of time it takes for it to completely heal.

The Differences Between an Emergency Dentist and an Emergency Doctor

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Knowing the differences between an emergency dentist and an emergency doctor could very well save your life in an emergency crisis. Emergency dentists are able to save your teeth, treat oral injuries, and may be able to help you with managing your pain. What they can’t do, unfortunately, is treat major injuries, sometimes even if they’re oral injuries, or any trauma to your head. Emergency doctors, however, are able to treat major injuries and head trauma, but they aren’t equipped to save your teeth. Some hospitals have emergency dentists on call or on staff, but finding a hospital like that is very rare.

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For more information or to seek immediate help from a 24-hour dentist, you can call Emergency Dentist 24/7 toll-free at (855)-352-6790. Our operators are standing by right now to take your call.

There are a wide variety of common injuries and emergencies that require immediate or as soon as possible dental care. Fortunately for you, these are often easily dealt with and do not require such a fuss once you’ve made it to an emergency dentist.