If you need an emergency, same-day dentist appointment — for a broken tooth, lost filling, mouth infection, dental trauma, or any other dental emergency — please call us at (585) 347-4884. We guarantee same-day emergency appointments during regular hours of operation when Dr. Carangelo is in the office. Walk-ins are welcome.
A Dental Emergency: Immediate Attention & Long-Term Care
Of course, dental emergencies take priority — and we want you to feel comfortable again as soon as possible. However, while immediate attention is important in a dental emergency, the choices you make could have long-lasting implications.
That’s why it’s important to seek emergency dental care from an experienced dentist you can trust. Dr. Carangelo and the team at BayRidge Dental are part of the Webster, NY community. We provide careful, thorough care for our patients in emergencies. Following your emergency treatment, the doctor recommends a routine dental checkup and teeth cleaning.
But don’t take our word for it! Hear what our patients have to say…
We do everything we can to ensure your optimal dental health, and that includes doing what’s best for your immediate emergency, what’s best for any follow-up restorative procedures, and keeping your teeth and gums healthy in the future.
Not Sure If You Have a Dental Emergency?
Of course, when mouth pain becomes unbearable, people usually don’t hesitate to call us right away. That’s why we do everything we can to see you right away, and provide you with the emergency dental care as soon as possible — while helping to keep you as comfortable as possible.
Yet sometimes, people put off going to the dentist, especially when tooth pain “comes and goes,” or swollen gums aren’t “all that bad…” And while an annoying tooth or sensitive gums may not seem like an emergency, they could be signs of a more serious problem.
Tooth Pain, Swollen Gums, Not Sure? It’s Better to Be Safe Than Sorry…
When it comes to healthy teeth and gums, regular checkups and teeth cleanings can help prevent serious problems. But whenever you feel pain in your teeth, or your gums feel swollen, as the old saying goes, “It’s best to act sooner rather than later.”
And when accidents happen — or you need emergency dental care — we’re here to help!