Get help for toothaches, broken teeth & more
We understand that dental emergencies can be stressful. And when they happen, we’re here to help. Call us at (816) 429-5799 and we’ll get you scheduled for immediate care in our Liberty office.
Dental emergencies we often see include:
Treatment for toothaches or knocked-out teeth
Repairing broken or chipped teeth
Broken crowns and fillings
Abscesses or swelling
The only pain-free emergency dental care in Liberty
Jackson Family Dental is the only local practice to offer the Solea Laser technology. This state-of-the-art tool allows us to perform a variety of emergency treatments — including fillings, bonding, inlays, and onlays — without needles, drills, scalpels, or loud noises.
No pain, no stress, and potentially no need for anesthesia!
“The Solea laser is the greatest thing to ever happen to dentistry! The process was quick, relatively painless (coming from someone who passes out at the slightest pain), and I was able to immediately take a phone call after the filling!” – Anna Rae
Better results through advanced technology
Just because you need fast emergency care doesn’t mean you should settle for an uncomfortable or rushed diagnosis and treatment. Thanks to CBCT 3D imaging, Dr. Jackson can quickly and accurately visualize what’s going on with your teeth and create an emergency treatment plan 100% personalized to your needs. You deserve nothing less
Dr. Jackson answers your most common questions about dental emergencies
What is considered a dental emergency?
- You have a toothache
- It hurts to chew, brush, or speak
- A tooth is loose or broken
- Your gums are swollen or bleeding and won’t stop
Will my tooth need to be pulled?
Just because you have a toothache or other dental concern doesn’t mean you need an extraction. We’ll conduct a thorough examination and diagnosis to determine whether or not we can repair the issue with a filling, crown, or root canal. If a dental extraction is necessary, we’ll help you know what to expect and create a plan for replacing the tooth.
What are the signs of an infected tooth?
- Constant toothache
- Lingering tooth sensitivity
- Sore and sensitive jawbone
Will a toothache go away on its own?
It’s possible your toothache may lessen or disappear, but this doesn’t mean the problem went away. In fact, the longer you wait, the more damage (and discomfort) you risk. Always seek help for a toothache (and avoid a bigger issue) right away.
What should I do if I lose a tooth?
If your tooth is still in one piece, pick it up by the crown (don’t touch the root) and gently rinse it off under running water. Carefully place the tooth back into the socket and call us right away to let us know what happened. The sooner you seek treatment, the better your chances that we can save your tooth.
What to expect during an emergency appointment at Jackson Family Dental
We want you to know the joy of a happy, healthy smile. When you’re in pain, we’ll do our best to get you in as fast as possible and provide you a positive and efficient experience. We know you’ll enjoy our comfort-first approach:
Therapeutic amenities to help you relax
Advanced diagnostic technology
Durable & natural-looking results
Warm & welcoming team
Hear from our patients
“I had an amazing experience. I have been to several offices, but this one really blew me away. I was beyond impressed with every detail of my visit.”
“I have a history of disliking dentists. I’ve had a lot of pain and a lot and a lot of procedures done. And when I went to Dr. Jesse I had a painless experience for the first time and that just really changed things for me.“
“My experience at Jackson Family Dental has been one of great professionalism and great service. They have the technology and everything you’re looking for in a dentist. But the thing that really keeps me and my family coming back are the relationships we’ve built.“
Schedule your visit
Are you in pain or have an urgent dental concern? Call (816) 429-5799 to schedule an emergency appointment.
Our Liberty office
Jackson Family Dental is conveniently located right off of Route 291.