William T. McMaugh, DDS
Dental excellence. Compassionate care.
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“I love my job most when I help patients realize that they can receive the treatment they need without fear or discomfort.” - Dr. McMaugh

Do I have a dental emergency?

Dental Emergencies in Harleysville PAWe don’t ever want you to hesitate to call us if you experience a problem with your oral health. If it concerns you, it concerns us, and we don’t want you to spend time worrying about whether or not it’s an emergency situation.

Common Dental Emergencies

Some emergencies are obvious like having a tooth knocked out. It’s a frightening experience, so you want to be seen as soon as possible. But it’s the most critical dental emergency because we have only a matter of hours in which we can possibly save it.

A toothache of any degree indicates a problem, but severe pain is a sign that you may be in imminent danger of losing the tooth. We will see you as soon as possible to provide the relief you desperately need and take steps to save the tooth and protect your oral health.

If you lose a crown or filling or break a tooth, you may not have to disrupt your day to come see us. But we do need to treat the problem to protect the tooth from further damage and more complicated problems in the future.

Call Your Harleysville Dentist

These are some general guidelines, but if you think you might need emergency dentistry in Harleysville, PA, please call our office right away at (215) 256-8285. We would much rather have you call us and find it’s not an emergency situation than have you worry or suffer needlessly.

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Dear Friends, Due to Covid-19, we have made a lot of changes to the office. We have put in new negative pressure rooms with HEPA filters to keep us all safer as well as many other protocols. We are also slowly catching up on our hygiene appointments. Having just opened up for hygiene the beginning of July, and new protocols, it will take us a while, though. Thank you for your patience during these trying times.
Please stay safe and call us if you have any dental issues or questions.  Take care.

William T McMaugh DDS and staff.