Emergency dentists

We understand that dental emergencies can happen at any time, which is why we offer convenient 24/7 emergency dental services.

Reasons why opting for a 24/7 online dentist is a better option

There are many reasons why opting for a 24/7 online dentist is a better option. For one, you can get the dental care you need at any time of the day or night. This is especially helpful if you have an emergency situation and need to see a dentist right away. Another reason why a 24/7 online dentist is a better option is that you can get the care you need from the comfort of your own home. You don't have to worry about traveling to a dentist's office and sitting in a waiting room for an appointment. You can simply log onto the website, find a time that works for you, and schedule an appointment. Finally, when you choose a 24/7 online dentist, you can be sure that you're getting the best possible care. These dentists are highly trained and experienced, so you can rest assured that you're in good hands. If you're looking for a convenient, affordable, and reliable way to get the dental care you need, then a 24/7 online dentist is a great option for you.

Emergency dentist appointment

Book an appointment with an emergency dentist online who is reliable and responsive.

Same day emergency dentists

Click here to schedule a same-day appointment with an online emergency dentist.

Emergency dentist open late and on weekends

We have qualified dentists available Sundays weekends, Saturdays, and after hours to accommodate your schedule.

A titanium dental implant with a crown attached used for a single tooth replacement

A titanium dental implant with a crown attached used for a single tooth replacement

Emergency dentist nearby

Book instant appointments with online emergency dentists operating in multiple locations all over the nation.

It's not hard to find an online emergency dentist anymore.

Consult Dentist in 3 simple steps: Login→ Book appointment→ Payment

App 24/7 emergency dentist

No more waiting at the dentist’s office, No more traveling miles to visit the dentist, and no more costly dental bills. Enjoy all the benefits of quality dental care from the comfort of your home with Dentulu.

Individual teeth were replaced with implants where it is difficult to distinguish the real teeth from the prosthetic teeth

Web 24/7 emergency dentist

Dentulu brings high-quality dental care right to your doorstep, so you can say goodbye to long waits, costly bills, and frustrating travel.

At Dentulu, we make the process of finding an emergency dentist real easy and stress-free.

We have a wide network of experienced and qualified dentists who are available to provide you care and attention you need.

Safe & secure

Our app is HIPAA compliant. This means that your personal health information is protected and kept confidential.


You can get started on your treatment right away without having to wait for an appointment.

Quick process

We will work with you to ensure that you get the care you need as quickly as possible.

Affordable payment plans

Dentulu offers a variety of payment plans and options for dental insurance or membership plans to make dentistry more affordable.

Why Dentulu?

  • Find dentists near you and book appointments.

  • Request dental appointments online and book virtual visits with your dentist.

  • Get in touch with a dentist either through text or by having a live video chat.

  • Share and store relevant files or records (i.e., pictures, videos, X-ray images).

  • If you're unsure about a dental procedure, or treatment plans, get a second opinion.

  • Keep track of dental records, treatment history, and communications.

Our emergency dental services

  • Tooth pain

  • Swollen jaw/ face

  • Broken tooth

  • Infected tooth

  • Wisdom tooth pain

  • Fallen filling

  • Bleeding gums

  • Dental trauma

  • Cosmetic dental emergencies

  • Loose tooth

  • and more…


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