Dental emergencies can be inconvenient and cause serious pain for your child. If your little one has an urgent dental issue, we offer immediate care to get your child out of pain and back to optimal health.
Same-Day & After-Hours Appointments
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Sedation Available For All Patients
Whether your child has a persistent toothache, a pulled-out or damaged filling, or a tooth that has been damaged in an injury, it’s important to get help as soon as possible from an experienced emergency pediatric dentist. Contact Knight Pediatric Dentistry in Woodbury for a same-day appointment so we can give you the care your child needs. You can reach us at 651-409-9889.
With sedation and restorative treatments, we can quickly repair your child’s smile and provide relief from the pain and discomfort of a dental emergency.
With flexible same-day appointments, we offer expert dental care when you and your family need it most.
Our staff specializes in working with kids. We’ll do our best to keep your child safe, comfortable, and calm throughout their entire appointment at Knight Pediatric Dentistry.
We offer same-day appointments for dental emergencies at Knight Pediatric Dentistry. If possible, we ask that you call ahead at 651-409-9889 to inform us about your child’s condition so we can properly prepare for your visit. However, we also accept emergency walk-ins. If you do not have time to call, come directly into our office at 9950 Valley Creek Road, Suite 150, Woodbury, MN 55125. We will do our best to see you and your little one as soon as we can!
We know that both you and your child suffer when they experience pain. Dr. Knight offers efficient care when it comes to dental emergencies to get your little one out of pain as soon as possible. We offer fillings, crowns, extractions, and other restorative treatments to get your child back to optimal health. Call now for emergency care!
At our office, we consider any dental emergency to be any condition that is causing serious oral pain or bleeding, that you cannot treat on your own. This means that a wide variety of conditions count as dental emergencies. Issues like oral injuries, pulled-out dental work, serious toothaches, and even food or debris stuck between the teeth can count as an emergency. Even if you’re not sure that your child’s condition is an emergency, give us a call to discuss symptoms! When it comes to your child’s oral health, it’s better to be safe than sorry.