High Point Emergency Pediatric Dentist
ORAL TRAUMA & EMERGENCY DENTAL TREATMENT
If your child has had a fall and you think that their teeth have been injured, please call us at 336-887-9277 and press “4” to speak directly to Dr. Joye or a representative of our office.
NOTE THAT THIS LINE IS RESERVED FOR TRUE EMERGENCIES.
Why Choose Our Office for Emergency Dental Care?
Our emergency line connects you with Dr. Warr, and you can reach her after hours in the event of a dental emergency for assistance.
We do what we can to fit your dental emergency into our schedule so you don’t have to wait for treatment.
Dr. Warr has decades of experience as a pediatric dentist, and can act promptly to resolve your child’s oral emergency.
Common Dental Emergencies in High Point, NC
Urgent situations families call us with tend to include things like these:
- Cracked tooth (or teeth)
- Chipped tooth (or teeth)
- Broken tooth
- A tooth got knocked out
- A filling or crown fell out
- Something painful is stuck between the teeth
Contact an emergency dentist right away if your child is suffering with any of these ailments. We will provide prompt dental care as early as possible.
If you’re browsing here in advance, check out our guide on what to do in the event of a dental emergency with your child.
Meet Dr. Warr
Dr. Warr is a graduate of Tufts University School of Dental Medicine and Howard University School of Dental Medicine. She is also a member of the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, the American Dental Association, and High Point and Randolph County Dental Society.
She loves kids and meeting new families, and loves being their dentist throughout their formative years.
We’ve served the High Point, NC area for over 16 years. When we first implemented our emergency line, it was immediately clear how valuable it would be to provide oral care for our young patients suffering from severe tooth pain.
Sometimes these emergencies are due to tooth decay and not injury, such as root canal treatment (from tooth infections), placing a dental crown, advanced gum disease, or facial swelling.