Kenilworth Dental Associates
658 Kenilworth Drive, Suite 210, Towson, MD 21204

Emergency Dentists in Towson

We accept same-day emergency appointments. Call us today at (410) 616-7981.

Medical Emergencies

If you are experiencing a MEDICAL emergency,
please dial 911

Dental Emergencies

If you are experiencing a DENTAL emergency during regular business hours:
call (410) 616-7981

A dental emergency is often a very unpleasant experience. If you’re experiencing persistent oral pain that disrupts your sleep or disturbs your regular activities, you’ll likely begin to wonder, “Where can I find an emergency dental office near me?” When an emergency strikes, visiting our skilled emergency dentists in Towson can help protect your teeth from long-term damage.

Emergency Dental Care Near Me

Our emergency dentists in Towson practice a full range of urgent dental services during regular office hours. If you’re experiencing oral discomfort, call our office to book an appointment for urgent dental care. You’ll receive a thorough examination, diagnosis of the problem, and recommendations for treatment. Our emergency dentists work to resolve your pain and prevent the oral health issue from recurring.

Emergency Dental Services

Emergency dentists provide patients with a wide variety of oral health services. Emergency dental care includes toothache pain management, replacement tooth fillings and crowns, and infection treatment. The goal of urgent dental care is to relieve a patient’s symptoms as quickly as possible. Additional emergency dental services that our dentists provide during normal operating hours include:

  • Treatment of wisdom tooth-related pain and swelling
  • Treatment for oral infections, such as tooth abscesses
  • Emergency tooth extractions, if necessary
  • Emergency repair of broken, fractured, and chipped teeth
  • Crown replacement
  • Temporary and permanent restorations
  • Orthodontic pain management

See an Emergency Dentist If…

What conditions require emergency dental care? How do I know when I should search for an emergency dental office near me?

Delaying treatment during a dental emergency can result in additional damage to your oral health. Emergency services may be necessary if you’re experiencing any of the following dental symptoms or conditions:

Broken, Fractured, or Chipped Teeth

It’s important to receive treatment for broken or fractured teeth quickly to ward off infection or additional damage. Our emergency dentists suggest covering any sharp edges on broken teeth with dental wax, which can prevent them from scratching your cheek or tongue.

Knocked-Out Teeth

Known as “avulsed teeth” in dentistry, knocked-out teeth are considered an emergency. If your tooth has been knocked out, try not to panic. Gather as many fallen pieces as you can, carefully rinsing them with warm water. Make an appointment at our emergency dental office for treatment right away.

Severe Toothaches

Never delay treatment if you’re experiencing severe toothache pain or pressure, as it can indicate several dental health issues. Seek care from our emergency dentists as soon as possible if you have a severe toothache.

Oral Sensitivity

While mild tooth sensitivity may not warrant a trip to an emergency dental office, a tooth that suddenly becomes sensitive may indicate an oral health issue. See an emergency dentist quickly to be evaluated for a possible infection or structural damage.


Large cavities expose the tooth root, causing severe toothaches in some cases. If you suspect a cavity, call our office to receive the appropriate treatment.

Tooth Abscess

Untreated trauma, gum disease, and tooth decay can lead to an abscessed tooth. This painful infection of the tooth root can lead to bad breath, swollen neck glands, and a severe toothache. Tooth abscesses can become serious if left untreated, so schedule an appointment with our emergency dentists immediately if you suspect an abscess.

Lost or Loose Tooth Fillings

Losing or dislodging a filling can lead to pain or oral sensitivity. It also can make the tooth more vulnerable to tooth decay or damage. Make an appointment for emergency dental care if you have lost or loose fillings.

Damaged or Lost Tooth Crowns and Restorations

Broken crowns or lost restorations can do more than create cosmetic flaws in your smile. Without a crown or restoration in place, the area becomes more susceptible to damage. Make an appointment at our office for a temporary or permanent solution.

Orthodontic Pain and Injuries

Many individuals with braces suffer from discomfort or even injury from metal wires or brackets. If you have orthodontic pain or injuries, our emergency dentists can help by stabilizing your braces and offering pain relief.

Tooth Enamel Damaged by Teeth Grinding

Nighttime bruxism is the primary cause of worn tooth enamel. If persistent teeth grinding is causing you discomfort, see our emergency dentists for a night guard or enamel reinforcement.

Sinus Pressure

Sometimes, persistent sinus pressure can be caused by dental problems. An obstructed wisdom tooth or oral infection can cause sinus pressure, so it’s important to see a dentist if you have sinus pain and a toothache simultaneously.

When a Serious Dental Health Problem Strikes

I think my symptoms are serious. Should I look for emergency dental care near me or call for immediate help?

There are some dental conditions that require more treatment than a single visit with emergency dentists can provide. Contact your oral surgeon, primary care doctor, or call 911 if the following symptoms occur:

  • Extreme swelling of the face and gums
  •  Severe bleeding
  • Painful trauma around the mouth, including jaw and teeth injuries

The Costs of Emergency Dental Care

Receiving emergency dental treatment can be an important investment in your oral health. Because of this, many patients have questions regarding cost when undergoing urgent care. Typically, your individual cost includes all required treatment and follow-up appointments that resolve your symptoms. Our emergency dentists in Towson accept most major credit cards and insurance plans for your convenience.

Read What Our Patients Say
Patient Reviews
Always excellent
I love coming here the staff is very friendly.
Rebekah A.
Awesome experience as always!! Pam is the best!
King A.
This was my first visit and I came in with a chipped tooth. I was able to leave with it smoothed down and looking perfect, and was even presently […]
Matthew M.
Great attention to detail, coordination with periodontist etc. have had many crowns that have been really well
Jamie K.
AS always it was a good experience.
Joy M.
Great day. You fixed my problem and also my smile. Thank you so much.
Ralph C.
Excellent -- as always
Francis L.
Painless procedure and super friendly dentist and staff as usual. I also love how the procedure was explained to me before we started. Always a good […]
Jamie G.
As always (I've been a patient there for many years), everything went extremely well!
Robert A.
Dr. Windsor and his staff are the BEST!
Richard K.
I always get friendly (and excellent) service from Pam.
David S.
Excellent experience.
Mark C.
The staff was very nice and professional. I felt comfortable communicating my concerns with the staff at Kenilworth and they provided adequate […]
Andrea L.
I appreciated the fine job, Pamela did-cleaning my teeth, & she & Dr. Windsor did-diagnosing a "situation" with 1 of my teeth, (which I'll need an […]
Marion P.
My scheduled appointment was on time and I was very pleased with the personal service that I received. it was very easy to make a future appointment.
Bernard H.
Entire organization shows true concern with your visit.
James C.
The best filling. Dentist and assistant had great bedside manner and I loved they used a newer technology on the procedure. Even the front desk staff […]
Laura C.
Office Hours
Mon. – 7:15 AM - 4:00 PM
Tue. – 8:15 AM - 5:00 PM
Wed. – 8:15 AM - 5:00 PM
Thu. – 7:15 AM - 2:00 PM
Fri. – Closed
Sat. – Closed
Sun. – Closed
Phone: (410) 616-7981
Fax: (410) 832-2972
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  • Monday 7:15 AM - 4:00 PM
  • Tuesday 8:15 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Wednesday 8:15 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Thursday 7:15 AM - 2:00 PM
  • Friday Closed
  • Saturday Closed
  • Sunday Closed
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