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Dental Emergency

At Birkitt Dental, we offer same-day emergency dental care in Leesburg, VA. Dental emergencies can happen at any time, and often when we least expect it.

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Reliable Emergency Dental Care

A dental emergency is not something most people have planned in their schedule, but knowing exactly what to do when this happens is the best course of action. If you have an emergency dental clinic prepared, you will not delay getting help if you or your child has a sudden toothache or accident. 

At Birkitt Dental, we offer same-day emergency dental care in Leesburg, VA, even on weekends. We promise that our patients in pain get immediate help to resolve their issues as soon as possible. So next time you face a dental emergency, call us immediately. 

What to Do in a Dental Emergency 


 Arrange a same-day appointment with Birkitt Dental.

The first thing to do if you are facing a dental emergency is to call our reliable services. We will cover some valuable points you can practice to ease the pain and address the injury, if any. We also make way for walk-ins and same-day appointments. So don’t hesitate to call us and make arrangements.  


 Get examined by our team of experienced dentists 


Our dental specialists have seen everything before and can be counted on for a complete diagnosis of any related problems. Each of our patients is given a comprehensive examination to determine the source and severity of their dental emergency. If you are in pain, we will take measures to make you comfortable while you await treatment.  


Review your findings with us one-on-one 


 After completing our examinations, we will direct you to the most effective treatment options to address the issue or prevent it from worsening. You will always be kept fully informed of the costs of your treatment before we begin any treatment plan. 


Get professional care from our cordial team 


Our offices are ready to treat any conditions, whether you need a filling, root canal therapy, tooth extraction, crowns, or any other emergency dental work. So get relief while we plan the best treatment with you. 

The Most Common Dental Emergencies 


It is easy to panic when you suddenly chip a tooth, have a tooth knocked out, or begin suffering a dental emergency. But the good news is that you don’t have to go through these things alone. Unfortunately, there are not too many things that you can do before your treatment to improve the conditions. But we can tell you how to relieve some of the discomforts.  


If you have experienced any of the following symptoms, don’t hesitate to call our office.   



-Cracked Tooth 

-Chipped Tooth 

-Sensitivity to Hot & Cold  

-Lost Filling or Crown  

-Gums, Lips, or Tongue Injury  

-Something Stuck Between Teeth  

-Broken Denture 

-Jaw Pain or Clenching 

-Loose Tooth 

-Knocked-Out Tooth 


Understanding the Cost of Dental Emergencies 


The best thing to do to mitigate the consequences of these discomforts and emergencies is to seek professional dental treatment as soon as possible. Speedy treatment will allow us to treat the issue before it becomes an extensive problem.  


We will perform a complete examination and discuss your options with you. We will fully outline the process and the associated costs so that nothing is unclear. We can also review your dental insurance options to make everything run smoothly with no surprise costs.  


The best thing you can do to minimize the cost of emergency treatment is to come to see us as soon as possible, as this will allow us to handle an issue before it becomes more complicated and requires extensive treatment. We’ll evaluate your mouth, discuss your options, and go over pricing before providing any care, so you know exactly what to expect. We’ll also discuss how we can use your dental insurance and financing to make everything affordable. 


How to Prevent Dental Emergencies  


The best way to prevent dental issues is by eliminating the risks to your teeth. Use a mouthguard if you are playing contact sports. Don’t chew on ice, pencils, or fingernails. Contact our dental clinic if you begin to notice anything out of the normal.

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