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Covid-19 Office Update

At Market Place Dental, the health and safety of our patients will always be top priority. We continue to follow the guidelines outlined by the CDC, OSHA, and the ADA to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19. If you have any questions or concerns, please call us at (414) 764-2110 or email us at Thank you again for your cooperation and understanding during this time.

Late Hours AvailableDental Emergencies WelcomeOpen Select Saturdays

Find Fast Emergency Dental Care

Dental emergencies can happen in the blink of an eye, or they may gradually develop until you find yourself faced with unbearable discomfort. Whatever your situation is, our doctors are fully dedicated to providing you with relief as soon as possible. Don’t hesitate to contact Market Place Dental right away if you or a loved one is experiencing an oral injury and/or pain. Our Oak Creek office is always open to patients from Greendale, WI and other surrounding areas. In many cases, we will be able to fit you in on the same day as your initial call. 

What Counts As A Dental Emergency?

  • Bad toothache
  • Partially dislodged tooth
  • Fully dislodged (knocked-out) tooth
  • Broken tooth
  • Oral bleeding
  • Gum tissue injury
  • Jaw injury
  • Damaged or lost crown/filling
  • Object stuck between teeth

Can I Prevent Dental Emergencies?

While it’s impossible to entirely avoid the possibility of an emergency situation, there are steps that you can take to minimize the risk that you will experience injury or toothaches. They include:

  • Schedule regular checkups and cleanings at Market Place Dental! By monitoring your and your loved ones’ smiles on a regular basis, our doctors and staff members can keep the minor concerns of today from becoming the frightening emergencies of tomorrow.
  • Always use scissors to open difficult packaging materials and NEVER your teeth.
  • Be sure to wear a sports guard when participating in athletic events where physical contact with objects/hard surfaces/other players is a real possibility.
  • Exercise caution when eating foods that are overly tough or chewy.
  • Don’t chew on the ice in your drink.