Same-day appointments and emergency care when you need it the most

At All About Beautiful Smiles, the amenities and services that add up to a comfortable experience are not a nice “add-on” feature. They are at the very heart of our practice. With this healthy foundation, Dr. Tejumade St. Matthew-Daniel provides the ultimate “comfort” by offering emergency dentistry to her valued patients in Orlando, Central Florida, and beyond. 

Care that fits your lifestyle

We understand that accidents and other urgent matters do not “keep” regular business hours. For this reason, we accommodate urgent concerns promptly and often “same day.” We also advise on ways to keep you comfortable and minimize the risk of any undesirable complications. When you call us, we may recommend products and steps to ease swelling and pain. Of course, these recommendations are not substitutes for professional care

And you can trust that Dr. St. Matthew-Daniel’s expertise will support the long-term health of your smile and the rest of you. Her career has been defined by lifelong learning in highly specialized and advanced dental disciplines, from oral surgery and implantology to aesthetics/cosmetic dentistry.

Signs that you need to call us sooner rather than later

There is not any one type of condition, symptom, or situation that necessitates emergency dental care. The circumstances that lead to the need for urgent care are wide-ranging. They include: 

  • Jarring pain, especially when biting down on hard foods and objects
  • A persistently, intensely aching tooth
  • Lingering pain that lasts 30 seconds or longer after making contact with a “trigger,” such as a cold or sweet drink
  • Discomfort and symptoms that interfere with your day-to-day activities, from your ability to concentrate at work to your ability to sleep through the night
  • Swelling of the face, gums, and other areas 
Emergency Dentistry Orlando FL

The symptoms noted above often result from chronic and progressive conditions, like tooth decay. However, All About Beautiful Smiles also resolves acute trauma and injuries, for instance, dislodged or fractured teeth caused by blows to the face during sports, falls, or other activities. If you are concerned about it, do not “sit” on it. Contact us

Oral problems will not go away on their own. They will only get worse and may even result in the loss of your tooth. Our friendly, highly capable, and responsive team in Orlando, FL, can be reached at (407) 954-8448.

Swift Relief with Emergency Dentistry

Dr. Tejumade St. Matthew Daniel - Emergency Dentistry
Dr. St. Mathew Daniel from All About Beautiful Smiles breaks down emergency dentistry, offering insights on common issues like tooth pain, decay, and fractures. Discover why visiting an emergency dentist beats the ER for quick, definitive relief. Call us at (407) 290-9588‬‬ for immediate assistance!

What is emergency dentistry?

Emergency dentistry is basically anything that keeps you up at night or during the day that has you focusing on something unpleasant in your mouth. It’s all about bringing you comfort.

When do I need to see an emergency dentist versus going to an emergency room?

Going to see an emergency dentist versus going to an emergency room is really as simple as if it’s way after closing hours for the dentist. Otherwise, there’s absolutely no reason to go to the emergency room because all you get there is just medication.

What does an emergency room provide for dental emergencies?

At the emergency room, you will get antibiotics and pain meds and best-case scenario, if you have an abscess, they might drain it.

What’s the benefit of going to an emergency dentist?

When you come into the dental office, you get definitive help that takes away the pain.

What are common types of dental emergencies?

Common types of dental emergencies include wisdom tooth pain, big decay that’s causing a lot of pain, fractures in your teeth, a crown or a veneer that fell off, a denture fracturing, something feeling loose in your mouth, or even bad breath.

When do I need an emergency dental extraction?

You will need an emergency dental extraction when a tooth that needs to come out is really beginning to give you a lot of problems, especially when you get an abscess. Sometimes when you have an abscess, we might decide not to take the tooth out and place your antibiotics first. However, when the pain has gotten to a place that it really has your attention, then it’s a great time to get an extraction.

Why might I need an emergency root canal?

You might need an emergency root canal when the decay has gotten into the nerve of the tooth. When the decay hasn’t gotten into the nerve, you can get away with a filling. But when the decay has gotten into the nerve of the tooth, then we have to take the nerve of the tooth out. Otherwise, you won’t be comfortable.

Do you offer same-day care?

Absolutely, we offer same-day care. We always make room in our schedule for emergencies, for unforeseen things happening. We usually can take you on the same day. Now, if you call really late in the day, we can guarantee you will come in first thing the very next day.

Can I schedule late-hour appointments?

Yes, you can schedule as late as 5 p.m. on Tuesdays.

Can I be seen on weekends in your office?

In our office, we’re closed for the weekend. I believe in having a nice balance between work, play, and life. However, when we’re here, Monday to Friday, we’re really here for you.

How can I get in touch if I’m experiencing any emergency dental conditions?

If you know of someone or if you yourself are experiencing any emergency dental conditions, please feel free to call us at (407) 290-9588‬‬. We’ll be happy to get you out of your discomfort so that you can continue with life.

Dr. St. Matthew-Daniel, All About Beautiful Smiles, FL

Dr. St. Matthew-Daniel, a highly skilled and accomplished dental luminary since 2005, leads All About Beautiful Smiles. Her expertise spans cosmetic dentistry, laser-based periodontal surgery, dental implants, Invisalign®, endodontics, and sleep apnea.

A University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine graduate, she pursued advanced training at Seton Hall University, gaining mastery. A pioneer in dental implantology, she holds a Mastership from The International Congress of Oral Implantology. Her passion for excellence led her to the Strupp Post Graduate School of Dentistry and the Misch Implant Institute. Driven by service, she founded the Future Dentists Club. Trust her for a remarkable dental journey!