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Table of Contents

  1. Finding A 24 Hour Emergency Dentist in Mesa, Arizona
  2. Emergency Dentist Listings in Mesa, Arizona
  3. How To Prepare For Your Mesa, AZ Emergency Dental Clinic Visit
  4. Common 24 Hour Dental Emergencies
  5. Do You Need an Emergency Tooth Extraction?
  6. Emergency Room Versus Emergency Dentist
  7. Mesa Dental Association Information

Welcome to Emergency Dentists USA where finding the right emergency dentist for your painful dental problem is as easy as scrolling through our dental listings below or making one phone call to our 100% free referral service. We offer a 24-hour dental hotline that connects you directly to a skilled operator who is able to assist you in finding the emergency dentist that you need right now.

At Emergency Dentists USA, you have a great selection of emergency dental clinics, dental offices with walk-in dental appointments, and after hours dental clinics with emergency services designed to meet your needs quickly.

I had such a severe toothache and knew I needed to get into a dentist right away. I knew my usual dentist was closed but was unsure if there was a 24 hour dentist in my area. I was able to search Emergency Dentists USA and found a dentist a few miles away who was open late that could get me in!

Jeremy (Mesa, AZ)

Finding A 24 Hour Emergency Dentist in Mesa, Arizona

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finding a 24 hour emergency dentist in mesa arizona

Finding an emergency dentist in Mesa is as simple as browsing through our listings and picking the dental office with the services and hours that suits your needs.

Walk-in dental clinics – a walk-in dental clinic provides service for you without the hassle of waiting for an appointment. From our list below in Mesa, Dental Brothers clinic is open Monday through Friday with some Saturday appointments available. You can walk right into this office without scheduling an appointment.

After Hours Dentists – dental offices that have regular dental hours that extend past the normal 9 to 5 workday. Mesa Modern Dentistry and Orthodontics has late evening openings until 7 p.m. on Tuesdays and offers weekend appointments.

Emergency 24-Hour Dental Clinics – When dental pain strikes late at night, your regular dental clinic is most likely closed. A 24-hour dental clinic offers emergency dental care seven days a week and 24-hours per day. Unfortunately, we were unable to find a dentist that is open 24 hours a day in the Mesa, AZ area.

Emergency Dentist Listings in Mesa, Arizona

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Emergency Dentists USA offers a comprehensive listing of Mesa, Arizona walk-in and after hours dental clinics. We have listed below several of these clinics for easy access.

Emergency Dentists USA Referral Service Mesa

Phone Number: 1 (855) 401-2701
Address: Connected to Various Dental Offices across Mesa
Doctors Multiple
Description Easily make a connection to a dentist near you in Mesa AZ using the referral service we provide. You should be able to get connected with an emergency dentist near you in seconds. We’re at your call, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and it’s 100% free! Find Arizona 24 hour dentists today.

Mountain View Family Dentistry

Phone Number:  480-745-1739
If Closed: Call 1 (855) 276-1128 and let our Operator help you find an emergency dentist.
Address:  2820 East University Drive.  Mesa, AZ 85213
Website: www.mountainviewfamilydentistry.com
Doctors:  Dr. Shayne Guffey, Dr. Rebecca Temp, Dr. Heath Snell
Description:  Dr Shayne Guffey really appreciates and enjoys serving his patients, and gets great satisfaction from providing his patients with quality personalized healthcare. His practice provides affordable cosmetic, implant, emergency, and family dentistry. A great place to find emergency dental care with or without insurance.

  • Monday-Wednesday: 7:00am – 5:00pm
  • Thursday: 7:00am – 2:00pm
  • Every Other Friday: 7:00am – 2:00pm
  • Saturday: 7:00am – 2:00pm

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Mesa Emergency Dentist: Shane Guffey and Associates

Number: 480-304-7474
If Closed: Call 1 (855) 276-1128 and let our Operator help you find an emergency dentist.
Office: 2820 E University Dr #108 Mesa, AZ 85213
Doctors: Dr. Shane Guffey
Website: www.emergencydentistmesa.com/
Description: This is one clinic that understands the fear you may encounter when you are experiencing severe tooth pain. Along with several standard dental insurance plans, this after hours office accepts Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Discover, Care Credit, and Capital One Financing.

  • Monday: 7:00am – 5:00pm
  • Tuesday: 7:00am – 5:00pm
  • Wednesday: 7:00am – 5:00pm
  • Thursday: 7:00am – 2:00pm
  • Friday: 7:00am – 2:00pm
  • Saturday: 7:00am – 2:00pm

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North Stapley Dental Care

Number: 480-304-7461
Office: 335 N Stapley Drive Mesa, AZ 85213
Website: www.emergencydentistmesa.com/
Description: North Stapley Dental Care is a group of professionals who care about your family’s dental hygiene and gorgeous smiles. Contact them today to get help with your emergencies. They’re a great choice if you are experiencing dental pain on the weekend as they offer Saturday dental hours.

  • Monday: 7:30am – 5:00pm
  • Tuesday: 7:30am – 5:00pm
  • Wednesday: 7:30am – 5:00pm
  • Thursday: 7:30am – 5:00pm
  • Friday: 7:30am – 2:00pm
  • Saturday: 7:30am – 2:00pm

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Mesa Modern Dentistry and Orthodontics

Number: 480-926-2350
Office: 3440 E Baseline Rd Ste 106 Mesa, AZ 85204
Website: www.mesamoderndentistry.com/?sc_cid=googlelocal
Doctors: Dr. Miran Ho
Description: The Mesa Modern Dentistry office takes all urgent care dentist patients. You should call ahead first and try to seek an appointment prior to just walking into their clinic.

  • Monday: 8:00am – 6:00pm
  • Tuesday: 10:00am – 7:0pm
  • Wednesday: 9:00am – 6:00pm
  • Thursday: 8:00am – 6:00pm
  • Friday: 7:00am – 4:00pm
  • Saturday: 8:00am – 4:00pm

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Dental Brothers

Number: 480-405-7365
Office: 500 W. Southern Ave. Ste. 1Mesa, AZ 85210
Doctors: Dr. Dan M. Gafni, DMD
Website: www.dentalbrothers.com/
Description: The Dental Brothers is a great choice for after hours dental care in Mesa. You can see by their hours that they offer Saturday dentist appointments and take walkin dentist patients as well which makes them an excellent choice if your dental pain hits on a weekend!

  • Monday – Thursday: 8:00am – 5:00pm
  • Friday: 8:00am – 12:00pm
  • Saturday: (by appointment) 8:00am – 12:00pm

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How To Prepare For Your Mesa, AZ Emergency Dental Clinic Visit

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how to prepare for your mesa az emergency dental clinic visit

Emergency dental clinic visits are very similar to a visit to your regular dentist office. Most Mesa emergency dental clinics provide a variety of services, including routine examinations and x-rays along with more complicated procedures like the restoration of a broken tooth or treatment for a painful abscess.

Before arriving at your emergency dental clinic visit, gather any recent dental x-rays or examination records that might be helpful for your new dentist. Most emergency dental clinics will require new x-rays to evaluate your current dental situation.

Try to arrive approximately 15 minutes prior to your scheduled appointment time so that you can fill out any paperwork that is necessary for your visit.

Check to be sure that the emergency dentist that you have chosen accepts your payment method. Most emergency dental clinics allow patients to pay with credit cards, checks or cash. Your dental insurance may also cover a portion of the visit. You will want to ensure the Mesa emergency dentist that you have chosen accepts your dental insurance prior to your visit.

Bring a current copy of your medication list when you visit your new dentist. If you are allergic to any medications, be sure to let the office staff and the dentist know this prior to treatment.

Common 24 Hour Dental Emergencies

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Waking up in the middle of the night with terrible toothache pain is one of the most common dental emergencies that bring patients to an emergency dental clinic in a hurry. Other common dental emergencies include broken teeth or a tooth that is knocked out, a painful abscess, broken wires or brackets on braces and even a lost filling or a damaged crown.

Below we discuss some of these common dental emergencies and a few at home remedies you can try while waiting to see your dentist.


abscess tooth

An abscess is a type of infection that occurs between the tooth and the gums or around the root of the tooth. This infection can be both extremely painful and quite dangerous if it is not addressed by an emergency dentist quickly. You can help to alleviate the pain and reduce the swelling associated with an abscess by rinsing your mouth with warm salt water several times per day. Left untreated, an infection from an abscess can spread to other parts of the body including the surrounding gums and the bone below the teeth.

Chipped or Broken Tooth

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A chipped or broken tooth is a very common dental emergency. If possible, save any of the pieces of the tooth that you can find. Rinse your mouth using warm water and rinse the pieces of the tooth to ensure that they are not covered in debris. Keep these pieces of tooth in a small container of milk or Save-a-Tooth if possible. Apply a piece of gauze to any areas of the mouth that are bleeding due to the chipped or broken tooth. Use a cold compress against the outside of the mouth to lessen pain and swelling until you are able to visit an emergency dentist.

Tooth Trauma Caused by an Accident

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A tooth trauma that is caused by an accident is a dental emergency that requires immediate attention. You might have a tooth that is knocked out during a fall, a sports injury or even in a car accident. If you have trauma to your teeth that is caused by an accident, it is important to visit a hospital emergency room to ensure that you have no other medical problems before the dentist treats your tooth trauma. If the tooth has been knocked out completely, ensure that you save the tooth in a small cup of milk or Save-a-Tooth, and bring it with you to an emergency dentist in the Mesa area.

Do You Need an Emergency Tooth Extraction?

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Emergency tooth extractions are often performed when a tooth has been damaged due to an injury or when decay has progressed to a point that the tooth cannot be saved.

Waiting to have the tooth extracted rather than getting the procedure done quickly means that the patient is more likely to require a larger amount of painkillers or antibiotics along with more extensive dental care.

In most cases, a dentist will take an x-ray of the damaged tooth and perform an examination to determine the best way to extract it. He or she then will administer a local anesthesia to lessen the pain, and uses a special dental tool to remove the tooth either in pieces or whole. Sometimes the gum is stitched closed, and sometimes a simple piece of gauze is applied to the socket to control any bleeding. Complete healing usually occurs within one to two weeks of the emergency tooth extraction.

Remember to follow all of the Mesa emergency dentist instructions following the procedure. Avoid smoking, drinking from a straw or eating solid foods for the first few days following the extraction.

Emergency Room Versus Emergency Dentist

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If your tooth pain comes from a car accident, a fall or a sports injury, the emergency room physician will be able to ensure that you have no other physical injuries before treating the tooth pain. He or she can write a prescription for medications to help with the pain, and will most often send you to follow up with a dentist. Unfortunately, this means that you have to have two separate visits to take care of that toothache or tooth damage.

Visiting the emergency room physician when you simply have a toothache is definitely more expensive than a visit to a Mesa emergency dental clinic. The ER physician is not trained to replace teeth or fillings, making it a wasted visit if the problem is a simple dental issue. Therefore, unless there are other injuries besides the tooth pain, you’ll want to visit an emegency dentist in the Mesa area for your dental issues.

Mesa Dental Association Information

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Emergency Dentists USA has you covered if you are ever experiencing dental pain after hours, on the weekends or even on holidays. With just one quick phone call, our operators can find an emergency dentist near you to get you out of pain quickly!

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It is important to check with the local dental society to verify the certification and licensing of any new dental professional that you choose. You can use the American Dental Association’s website located at: http://www.ada.org/en to research your current dentist or take a look at one of the Mesa emergency dentists listed on this website.

You can also use the Arizona Dental Association website located at: https://www.azda.org/ to see if your new emergency dentist is licensed to practice in the state of Arizona. The city of Mesa does not maintain a separate Mesa dental association.