Peak urgent dentistry services to resolve dental trauma at your “ER for teeth”

We are the “ER for teeth” in the Mile-High City and greater northern and eastern Colorado. So, you can trust that Urgent Dental of Denver will quickly, comfortably, and with the highest clinical standards resolve your pain and other symptoms when trauma and the “worst” arises. Dr. Drew Boyd has considerable, focused experience in treating all sorts of dental injuries and all forms of trauma to the teeth and surrounding supportive oral tissues. His skill and expertise in emergency dentistry are further complemented by state-of-the-art precision technologies that support prompt, optimal, safe, and comfortable treatment. For the most pleasant experience in easing toothaches and other distressing effects from traumatic conditions, Dr. Boyd is equipped to administer relaxing nitrous oxide (“laughing gas”) and conscious sedation. 

We treat trauma of all kinds

Hospital ERs and general urgent care facilities do not have the onsite expertise and tools to treat dental problems properly. In fact, MDs are not qualified to perform many of the services that are our “bread and butter,” from extractions or teeth removal to emergency root canal therapies to preserve badly damaged or traumatized tooth structures. Even those dentists who can perform these treatments often simply offer emergency care as a nice additional or side service. For Urgent Dental of Denver, emergency dentistry is at the heart of what we do. Our patients have peace of mind that we will truly see them the same day and as soon as possible and that our responses to their urgent conditions will be in the absolute best interest of their long-term health and well-being. 

Examples of dental trauma that require our unique level of skill and care include: 

  • Knocked-out (“avulsed”) teeth – A tooth may become dislodged from its socket. When a tooth is fully dislodged, we may be able to re-insert and successfully re-implant (preserve) it. Minutes really do matter in these circumstances. Call us immediately so we can work with you to ensure the appropriate, immediate after-care to “save” your tooth. 
  • Chipped, cracked, or fractured teeth – Everything from blows to the face during sports activities to chronic wear and tear and diseases like decay can weaken the tooth and make it vulnerable to damage. Depending on the type and severity of the fracture or damage, we may still be able to save the tooth with procedures like precision and well-tolerated root canal therapy. 

Sometimes, injuries or trauma can affect the supportive bone in the jaw as well as other soft and hard oral tissues. We can advise on the best steps to take now to increase the odds of preserving a tooth and its support structures. Then, we can further evaluate to recommend the ideal treatment for your trauma and to effectively address your specific circumstances. When accidents arise, do not delay to call (720) 573-2629. Urgent Dental of Denver, CO, is here for you with emergency dentistry services that are truly responsive and that you can trust. We can also advise on ways to prevent future trauma; for instance, sports mouthguards can be customized to fit your one-of-a-kind mouth to optimally protect your teeth, face, and jaws from costly and traumatic injuries. 

Dr. Drew Boyd EAT Bio

Dr. Drew Boyd

Dr. Drew Boyd’s compassionate spirit and gentle, calm demeanor enable many patients, especially those with dental fear, to easily access high-quality oral health care.

He studied at the University of Michigan and the University of Detroit Mercy School of Dentistry. He has specialized experience in emergency dentistry, having practiced it for most of his career. The fact that he is available for patients at all times, even when virtually no other dental services are open, is much appreciated by patients.

Incorporating cutting-edge dental techniques and philosophies and up-to-date technology allows Dr. Boyd to deliver urgent, general, and cosmetic dental services. He strives to provide a unique, personalized experience to patients where they are respected, valued, and feel their concerns are heard. Patients trust him as he provides them with a safe and comfortable environment and involves them when planning treatments.