Emergency Dentist Cumming

We Can Help if You’re in Pain

Man holding his cheek in pain needing emergency dentist in Cumming

At Bragg Dental, we offer emergency dentistry in Cumming for our existing patients to help address any unexpected concerns, like a damaged tooth or toothache. We recommend reaching out to us as soon as possible to keep any dental problems from becoming worse, leading to further concerns and discomfort. Our team can also provide you with first aid guidance over the phone to help put your mind at ease until it’s time for your appointment.

Why Choose Bragg Dental for Emergency Dentistry?

  • Experienced & Knowledgeable Dentists
  • We File Insurance Claims on Patients’ Behalf
  • A Personalized Approach to Dentistry

How We Treat Dental Emergencies

Woman holding her cheek in pain while talking to her emergency dentist
  • Call Us: The first step you should always take is to give us a call. Our team will help you determine whether urgent attention is necessary, and if you’re an existing patient, we’ll try to see you as soon as possible.
  • Come in for an Appointment: Once it’s time for your appointment, our team will take a close look at your teeth and gums, and if necessary, collect dental X-rays to try to determine what the source of your discomfort and symptoms is. One of our emergency dentists will review their findings with you and develop a personalized treatment plan to restore the health of your grin.
  • Receive Treatment: After all of your questions about our treatment recommendation have been answered and you consent to moving forward with it, our team will schedule your procedure for as soon as possible!

The Most Common Dental Emergencies

To help you determine whether your situation warrants a trip to the emergency dentist, we’ve included some of the most common issues that patients call us about below.


Chipped Tooth

Cracked Tooth

Very Sensitive Teeth

Knocked-Out Tooth

Lost Filling or Crown

Broken Denture

Loose Permanent Tooth

Injury to the Gums, Lips, or Tongue

Jaw Pain

Something Stuck Between the Teeth