Richmond, VA Emergency Dentist

River Run Dental is committed to providing patients with the quality dental care they deserve in a relaxing, spa-like environment. Our Richmond area dentist office offers a variety of dental services including professional cleanings, dental implants, mouthguards, Invisalign, sealants, veneers, and so much more. Our team uses the latest dental technology and strives to ensure your experience with us is both enjoyable and convenient.

Note that during the global pandemic we have added a number of safety protocols. If you feel under the weather or have any symptoms of a virus take advantage of the free Covid testing. There are a number of options in Richmond, Midlothian and Short Pump, Virginia.

Emergency Dental Care

The truth is that ignoring a dental issue can lead to larger problems in the future. If you face a dental emergency, be sure to call River Run Dental as soon as possible. We’ll treat you as quickly as possible so you can receive immediate relief.

While we can assist with a wide range of dental problems, some of the most common include knocked out teeth, chipped teeth, severe toothaches, broken teeth, and broken retainers or nightguards.

In the event your pain becomes unbearable or your bleeding won’t stop, it’s a good idea to head straight to the emergency room. The good news is that most dental emergencies don’t require urgent care so don’t worry if you can’t see a dentist the same day your emergency strikes.

Convenient Office Hours

River Run Dental’s office hours are designed to accommodate every patient’s schedule. We are open Monday through Friday and offer extended hours Tuesday through Thursday from 6:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. In the event your dental emergency occurs during a time when we’re close, rest assured we’ll make every effort to treat you.

Schedule an Emergency Dental Appointment at River Run Dental

The next time you or a loved one experiences a dental emergency, call us at 804-409-0387 to request an appointment. We look forward to easing your discomfort and getting your mouth, teeth, and gums back to normal.