Emergency Dentist – Grantsville, UT

Delivering the Urgent Care Your Smile Needs

Woman wincing and holding her cheek in pain needing emergency dentist in Grantsville

There are plenty of beautiful places to roam throughout the state of Utah. While taking in the beauty of surrounding landscapes, it’s also possible that you might suffer a dental emergency that requires immediate attention. Whether you’re out on a hike with friends and accidentally fall, chipping a tooth, or you’re preparing to enjoy a juicy apple when tooth sensitivity strikes, you can call our emergency dentists in Grantsville and get the help you need right away.

Why Choose Frandsen Dental of Grantsville for Emergency Dentistry?

  • Two Forms of Sedation Available
  • Same-Day Emergency Care
  • Natural Materials Used to Repair Damaged Teeth

How We Treat Dental Emergencies

Woman holding her cheek in pain while talking to dentist
  • Call our office for an appointment – When dealing with a dental emergency, you’ll first need to call our office to schedule an appointment. A member of our team will determine how severe the injury is and make recommendations to help safeguard your smile while at home.
  • Undergo an emergency exam – Once reaching our office, we will begin to take X-rays of your smile and use innovative technologies to pinpoint the problem area.
  • Create a personalized treatment plan – Our findings will help us to determine the type of treatment plan you need. Based on the damage and severity of the issue, we can decide which restorative service will work to improve your smile.
  • Administer essential care – We will begin to quickly eliminate any existing pain before addressing the damaged or decayed area so that you can be on your way to enjoying a healthier, fully restored smile.

The Most Common Dental Emergencies

No matter the type of dental pain you might be experiencing, it’s always best to call our office and speak to a member of our team. While you might not think it is a serious problem, it might require more timely care than you think. Below are just some of the most common dental emergencies that we treat as well as what you can do to minimize the situation while at home waiting for your appointment.

Tooth with lightning bolts icon


Chipped tooth icon


Cracked tooth icon


Half snowflake half sun icon

Sensitivity to
Hot & Cold

Tooth with circle of action lines around it


Tooth with lost filling icon

Lost Filling
or Crown

Cracked denture icon


Wiggling tooth icon


Wide open mouth icon

Gums, Lip or
Tongue Injury

Clenched jaw icon

Jaw Pain or

String of floss between two teeth icon

Something Stuck
Between Teeth