Our team is ready to relieve your pain to get your life back to normal again.

Dental emergencies happen. When you have a toothache, that pain can get worse over time, and simply ignoring it doesn’t make it go away. Or if you’ve suffered an injury and broken, or knocked out a tooth, you need help right away to take care of the problem.

Your whole life is affected when you’re suffering from tooth, gum, or jaw pain. You can’t eat, sleep, or enjoy much of what’s going on around you. It can make you feel like there is no relief possible, but that’s simply not true. Our skilled team can take care of you and, trust us, you’ll feel much better once you’ve seen us and know what the problem is and how we can fix it.

If you’ve had an injury and either broken or lost a tooth, it is so important to call us as soon as possible. Broken teeth can be fixed and, in some cases, a lost tooth can be saved. We make sure you have the best care possible and offer urgent treatment as well as cosmetic dentistry. You have everything at your disposal at Paragon Dental to get a new and improved smile, even after an injury. Our skilled team is trained to handle your dental emergencies with care and concern.

Urgent Care FAQs

What do I do if my tooth has been knocked out?
You have a better chance of saving your tooth if you can keep the tooth in a glass of milk or, if it’s your own tooth, tucked into your cheek so that your saliva keeps it moist. The sooner you can get in to see us the better, so contact our office right away.
Can you fix a broken tooth?
Yes, depending on your situation, we have different options to fix your broken tooth. Bonding is often a good choice for chipped teeth. It takes very little time and can make all the difference in the way you look. We offer a wide range of cosmetic dentistry options if you want to fix small or large imperfections in your teeth.
If I have pain and swelling, should I be concerned?
Pain and swelling can indicate different problems in your teeth, gums or jaw. It may be your wisdom teeth, but it could be another issue. It’s important to come in and be diagnosed properly by one of our dentists if you’re experiencing these symptoms. Whenever you have pain and swelling it can be indicative of infection and it may be dangerous for you to try to “tough it out” until the symptoms go away.

Call our office right away if you have:

  • Pain in your tooth, gum or jaw
  • Swelling in your tooth, gum or jaw
  • A broken tooth Lost a tooth

We do everything possible to make you comfortable and give you straightforward treatment and advice during any treatment, and this is especially true for dental emergencies.

Contact us


1221 Golden Gate Dr, Papillion, NE 68046


(402) 331-2070


Sunday: – Closed
Monday – Thursday: 9 AM – 5 PM CST
Friday: Closed
Saturday: Closed

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