Dr. Schumer and his outstanding team are here for you, if you’re experiencing a dental emergency we recommend calling us at (520) 745-0126 right away. Whether you need same-day, walk-in services or if you need to work in an appointment on a tight schedule, we’re happy to accommodate your needs and see you as quickly as possible. We provide thorough examinations to diagnose the exact cause of the issue, then we will inform you of possible treatment options and make recommendations based on your needs. We can also provide quick estimates of the service costs, with or without insurance. Please note, we normally work dental emergencies into our regular business hours.

We provide emergency dental care for:

  • Lost or Knocked Out Tooth
  • Pain or Discomfort
  • Lost or Broken Fillings
  • Chipped, Cracked, or Broken Teeth, Implants, and Crowns

Do you know what to do in a dental emergency? Understanding what to do when you’re experiencing an emergency can mean the difference between losing and saving a tooth. Time is extremely important, as many dental emergencies can be resolved more effectively if you see your dentist within 30 minutes of the issue. If you have a dental emergency, call us immediately at (520) 745-0126 so we can make recommendations for immediate treatment of your condition.

If our practice is closed when you call, visit the closest emergency care clinic so they can assist you. If you aren’t able to reach us via phone and you would like to wait until we are open, please submit an appointment request and include a note about your issue.

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