Some of the most common dental emergencies patients come in from are severe pain from:
- Dental filling fell out
- Broken, chipped or knocked out tooth
Does this sound like you? Whether you are a old or new patient, we want to help. Dental emergencies can ruin your day and put you in a painful situation. This is why Dr. Kimes and staff at Mount Olive Family Dentistry are here to help.
Even on our busiest day we will help!
Servicing patients from all over Eastern NC including Mount Olive, Goldsboro, Kinston, and Warsaw since 2008, we want all patients to know that we will be here waiting for you during your next dental emergency. We understand that toothaches or other dental emergencies come unexpected. So whether you make an appointment or walk-in, we are here with open arms!
It’s common for our dental office to see patients from cities surrounding Mount Olive with dental emergencies such as toothaches. If you come across an emergency like this we advise you to come into our office. We will do our best to see you that same day. In fact, we are often able to see a patient within minutes of receiving the first emergency phone call.
Who do you rely on for your dental emergencies?
The dental staff at Mount Olive Family Dentistry understands that busy schedules, heavy workloads, and the cost of dental services can prevent us from seeing a dentist twice a year. Visiting a dentist is like taking your car to a mechanic. Most people don’t bring their car into a mechanic unless their car won’t start, hear an unusual sound or they come across other car problems.
We understand that most people are motivated by pain. Whether your last dental visit was 4 years, 6 months or last week. We want all patients to know that we are here to help during your dental emergency because we want your dental experience with us to be your best!
Call us so you can be seen immediately or walk into our office when it’s convenient for you, we are here to help during your next dental emergency.
Mount Olive Family Dentistry fixing dental emergencies, one tooth at a time.