Dental Emergencies See Us ASAP For Pain Relief!
  • Get same-day care whenever possible
  • Current patients can call Dr. Eccles directly
  • Stop & prevent pain with The Wand® at our office

Dental Emergencies in Plainfield, IN

Whether you are a new or current patient, we work hard to provide same-day care during dental emergencies in Plainfield. With decades of experience, Rod Eccles, DDS can:

  • Ease your pain
  • Prepare you for restorative care
  • Set the stage for your long-term oral health

Dr. Eccles and our compassionate team of dental professionals want the best possible care for all for our patients. Call 317-682-0884 to get emergency care as soon as possible. Current patients will receive Dr. Eccles’s direct line to reach him quickly outside our regular office hours. Members of our Smile Care Club receive one emergency visit per year as part of their membership.

Rebuild Your Smile With Help From Our Emergency Dentist

Our team has seen practically any oral injury you can imagine – broken and cracked teeth, teeth that have been knocked out of their sockets, severe toothaches, and more. The good news is that you can get your smile back in shape with our many services:

  • Tooth Fillings – Fillings can repair a tooth that has been damaged by decay. We offer both composite tooth-colored fillings and metal fillings at our office.
  • Dental Crowns – For breaks and cracks, crowns can restore the appearance and function of damaged teeth.
  • Dental Bridges – For missing teeth, we can build a bridge to fill the gap in your smile.
  • Dental Implant Services – Implants replace the roots of missing teeth. They can support crowns or bridges to give you strong replacement teeth.

We also can perform tooth extractions when teeth can’t be saved. We’ll make every effort to keep you comfortable during your visit. For example, The Wand® computer-assisted anesthesia system allows us to provide local anesthetic to numb your mouth, preventing pain both during your emergency visit and your follow-up care.

Preventive measures like daily brushing and flossing, dental cleanings and exams, and wearing athletic mouthguards can reduce your risk of problems. Even so, you can call on Dr. Eccles when you do have a problem.

If you are uncertain whether you need emergency care, it’s better to be safe than sorry. Do not hesitate to call 317-682-0884 during dental emergencies in Plainfield, IN or the surrounding area. For preventive services, schedule online to plan your visit.

Common Questions About Dental Emergencies

What are common dental emergencies?

Common dental emergencies include toothaches caused by cavities or infection, cracked or broken teeth, and broken dental restorations. With his 30-plus years in practice, Dr. Eccles has experience in handling all of these situations. He can relieve your discomfort and restore your mouth to health with restorative treatments.

Where can I get emergency dental care?

In Plainfield and surrounding areas including Avon and westside Indianapolis, you can get emergency care at Rod Eccles, DDS. Our experienced team uses some of the latest dental technology, including The Wand® computer-assisted anesthesia, to get you feeling better ASAP. We also offer many restorative treatments, including fillings and crowns, to repair damaged smiles.

What can I do for dental emergencies on Sunday?

If you’re a patient of record, you will be able to reach Dr. Eccles outside of regular office hours on his personal phone. He will advise you on how to minimize damage to your smile and relieve your pain until you can see him. Don’t let finances keep you from contacting us in an emergency. Members of our Smile Care Club receive one free emergency exam a year.

Can I prevent dental emergencies?

No one can anticipate every possible dental emergency, but you can take steps to reduce your odds of having such a problem. Following ADA recommendations – brushing and flossing daily and getting regular dental cleanings – reduces your risk of tooth infections and gum disease. Wearing athletic mouthguards during sports can protect your teeth from injuries.

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